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  • Where have all the wingmen gone?

    How does the following headline sound? Airman saves friend's life - warns of rock climbing dangers. Or try this one: Engineer saves astronauts' lives - ensures adherence of foam to shuttle external tank. Unfortunately, these aren't headlines we'll see anytime soon - they're not sensational enough - but I think we should. These are examples of
  • 30th MSG vital to mission success

     The 30th Mission Support Group is absolutely critical to the success of our launch, range, and expeditionary missions. Simply put, the ability of this Wing to deliver one-of-a-kind, billion-dollar payloads to orbit that save lives and win wars would come to a grinding halt without the men and women serving in the MSG. This past Thursday, I spent
  • CC: Step up, be a great wingman; help save a life

    This past Tuesday, we lost one of our own. It is never easy to lose a fellow Airman, a friend, or even worse, a family member. A family lost their son, a sister lost her brother and a squadron lost a warrior. For all of us here at the 30th Space Wing, we lost someone we worked with, someone we depended on and someone we cared about. There was a
  • IG offers advice on Air Force success

    As I look forward to Nov. 9 and my retirement ceremony, I look back at 20 very memorable years serving in the Air Force. I've had many teachers, a small collection of very close friends and tons of memories that will stay with me longer than most of the "I love me wall" items received during my career. I rarely felt joy when a teacher told me that