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These Airmen October 24, 2008 — While standing in line at the base exchange the other day, I heard this: "These Airman today!" (Or something along those lines.) Usually it's followed up with "When I was an Airman, we had more (insert any of the following: respect, ethics, skill) and then of course, the always humorous "They have it so much easier/better than we did." I heard it MORE

Restricted reporting may now be an option for domestic violence October 16, 2008 — The Langley Family Advocacy Program works to prevent and treat all forms of domestic violence in Air Force families. Maltreatment can mean many things, whether it's physically hurting someone, restraining someone, restricting someone's access to base services they are entitled, hurting family pets, stalking, or rape and sexual assault. All of these MORE

Personal Property regionalization effective Nov.1 October 16, 2008 — In keeping with the on-going Air Force personal property regionalization effort, the Langley Traffic Management Office, Personal Property function, will be regionalizing with the Joint Personal Property Shipping Office-Northeast located in Chelmsford, Mass. effective Nov. 1.You might be asking, why regionalize personal property? The short answer is MORE

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 15, 2008 — Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a nationwide campaign to increase awareness that early detection of breast cancer in conjunction with prompt treatment saves lives. Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in women. Although breast cancer occurs in men, it is rare. In the United States, although more than 40,000 women will die from MORE

Air Force friendships October 14, 2008 — Aug. 16 marked my one year anniversary of joining the Air Force. I remember the morning I shipped out from Niagara Falls Reserve Air Base, N.Y.; I was both excited and terrified. I took the oath of enlistment and kissed and hugged my family goodbye before flying down to San Antonio, Texas, for basic military training. Six and a half weeks passed. I MORE

October 15 deadline approaches for Retirees and Disabled Veterans October 9, 2008 — Editor's note: Capt. Heidi L. White, assistant staff judge advocate, wants to inform our servicemembers who have returned from the combat zone and have not yet filed because they have an extension of time to file. They need to file their 2007 Federal Tax Return by Oct. 15 to ensure they receive their Economic Stimulus Payment, especially if all MORE

Rule of Law: Consult the Langley Legal Office October 6, 2008 — The world of law can be intimidating. For the layman venturing into the world of law, trying to solve a legal problem without the guidance of a skilled attorney is very similar to having an attorney try to fix your plumbing. In both instances, the result is usually disastrous. Luckily, the Air Force recognizes that legal readiness helps contribute MORE

Campaign conundrum: Political participation by Air Force members September 30, 2008 — With campaign season upon us, active-duty Air Force and Reserve members need to be mindful of the guidelines and restrictions on political participation. This is an exciting time, and members naturally want to be involved in choosing new political leaders and our new commander-in-chief. However, there are still many ways for members to express MORE

Air Force Smart Operations for 21 Century September 29, 2008 — Have you heard the 1st Fighter Wing has a new Wing Staff Agency? It's the AFSO21 office. I know, you're probably thinking, we've all seen this before--"AFSO21" just another buzz word and "program of the week." Well AFSO21 is different; it's not just a program dreamed up by Headquarters. AFSO21 is simply a set of tools and the accompanying MORE

Chief's Corner - Followership September 25, 2008 — Without followers a leader accomplishes nothing!I've no doubt your response to my opening statement is "duh, no kiddin'."So, if we agree my opening line is a no-brainer, why does the word "follower" tend to conjure up negative images? If I describe someone as a great follower why would they likely take it as a dig rather than as a compliment?I'm MORE

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Tonight, Fort Eustis hosted its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, featuring carols performed by the TRADOC Band, local Girl Scouts, and the Woodside High School Select Women’s Ensemble. Santa and Mrs. Claus even paid the post a visit, wishing Happy Holidays to all!