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  • Followership In The United States Air Force

    good follower. Secondly, it is a major part the first charge given to me as a Non-commissioned Officer (NCO) in the United States Air Force (USAF). And thirdly, I will experience a significant amount of personal and professional improvement as I apply what I have learned. I will not always be the “leader” in every situation that I find myself in, and by exercising Followership, I will be able to adapt to the circumstances and lead those that I am responsible for as we face the challenges ahead.…

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  • Leadership Philosophy: United States Air Force

    Leadership Philosophy My leadership philosophy was acquired while serving this great nation in two branches of service; the United States Air Force (USAF) (1985 – 1995), the United States Army Reserves (USAR) (2010 – 2012) and the USAR Active Guard Reserve (AGR) (2012 – Present). During this 14 year timeframe I developed the morals and values that shaped me into a better, well rounded, Soldier. My military background added a knowledge base that cannot be learned in our educational system.…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To The United States Air Force Academy Summer

    went to the United States Air Force Academy Summer Seminar in a class where we learned about propulsion. The topic covered was electrodynamics and it related to a particle accelerator. I have researched the particle accelerator online and watched videos over the CERN, largest particle accelerator in the world. I would like to further my studies in this topic so I can develop a large understanding of exactly how and why the particle accelerator is used. Also, if possible, make one on a way…

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  • Statement Of Purpose: United States Air Force Academy

    Ever since I was a child, being an officer in the United States Air Force has been my calling in life. It is difficult to think of a greater honor than to serve a greater purpose. live my dream of being an officer in the Air Force, and give back to a country that has done so much for my family. Coming from a family originating from Cuba with nothing more than the wish to succeed, I have been born and raised in a family who has inspired me to take every opportunity and make the best out of it.…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Joining The United States Air Force

    Joining the United States Air Force was one of the craziest decisions of my life; however, when life gets crazy, you need an equally crazy solution. The main points that lead to my first day at basic we’re some of the most defeating and inspiring moments of my life. I was struggling to hold a minimum wage job, just had my heart broken by my high school sweet heart and was living couch-to-couch. If it wasn’t for my failures, I wouldn’t have everything I have today. Transitioning from high school…

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  • Sexual Assault In The Military Essay

    The Issue of Sexual Assault in the Military In 2013 there were 28,700 military members that were sexually assaulted (Cernak). It is one of the largest issues in the United States military and it is being handled very poorly. All of the militaries time and money being out towards sexual assault are being used on repetitive training that is obviously not working because the numbers of sexual assaults going the wrong direction every year. Because of this training, victims know the options…

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  • Narcissist Leadership

    Due to cut requirements passed down from Congress, airmen have developed a lot of negative emotions. They watched for multiple years as their peers were either voluntary or involuntary separated or retired by leadership they had not even met. When I entered the Air Force I watched the last two years unfold and experienced first hand the effects that remained with the cuts. Currently, I work for the Air Force as part of an operations group that provides missile warning to end-users around the…

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  • The Importance Of Diversity In The Military

    perspective regarding managing diversity in the Army because I am currently serving in the Air force. As a military member, you are correct that there is no other organization that manages all walks of life so efficiently. You have addressed bullying, and I believe that if we manage our people correctly, mangers can avoid looking like a bully. I serve as a chaplain and regularly advise senior leadership and have found out that a good portion of my conversations are about managing millennials.…

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  • Captain Bernard Quotes

    way they are. My cousin, thirty-year-old, Nicolle Bernard has been serving our country for nine years in the Air Force. Captain Bernard grew up in Madison, New Jersey and is currently stationed in Germany near the Ramstein Air Base. Nicolle is a strong woman who puts a lot on the line for our country. At age fifteen Nicolle became interested in meteorology when starting her college search. Captain Bernard needed a way to pay for college, so when she discovered the Air Force she thought…

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  • Organizational Structure: A Case Study

    Original Post Organizational Structure All work force professions face different types of business issues at some point. Faulty organizational structure can become a huge issue to experience since it can cause many other smaller problems within an organization. According to Bellini, Pereira and Becker (2016) “Organizational structure may be seen as ‘an arrangement of roles used in organizations to focus power, responsibility and accountability’ (Brophy et al., 2005, p. 29), the relationship…

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