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  • September is Suicide Prevention Month

     The Air Force and the 108th Wing are committed to preventing suicide among service members, their families, Department of Defense civilians, and veterans. The rate of deaths by suicide of Air Force members has been increasing this year and we are losing significantly more members to suicide than to military conflict.  The 108th Wing will be
  • Develop Airmen for the future

    Jersey Tigers! I have now served as your command chief for more than a year, and I am so honored each and every day I serve. Now that I have done the OODA loop; observing, orientating, deciding and acting, and continued that process to help improve our wing, I cannot express enough how the 108th Wing is a world-class, flexible, innovative
  • Beyond Hangovers: Alcohol and Your Health

    A couple of beers is often the choice for a group of colleagues looking to relax after a hard day’s work.  James Bond depends on his famous martini – shaken, not stirred – to unwind after eliminating a villain. Weddings kick off with a champagne toast.Alcohol is part of our culture.  It helps us celebrate and socialize and reward ourselves for a
  • Social Media and Electronic Communication

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  • Dec Commanders Column: Mental Health

    Now's the time to talk about the elephant in the roomIt's time to talk about mental healthAnd so is the military. Since 2001, the military has relied more heavily on the National Guard and Reserve components to fulfill the mission demands. Guardsmen/women are being deployed right along- side the Active Duty Components and are returning back home
  • November Commanders Column

    With constant rising tensions around the world, our military’s state of readiness is on the minds of our senior leadership across the Department of the Defense. As a new squadron commander, I have learned that I must be a professional allocator of risk in order to achieve readiness. On a daily basis, the Maintenance Group’s leadership team manages
  • 108th Commanders Column Oct 2017

    October 2017 Commanders Column, Lt. Col. William Leiss, 141st Air Refueling Squadron commander speaks about the squadrons centennial.
  • An Attendee’s Perspective on the Enlisted Leadership Symposium

    Attendee Master Sgt. Brian Hammell's perspective and lessons learned from the Enlisted Leadership Symposium.
  • Historical Shadows: The quiet dedication of the aircraft mechanic

    From the birth of military aviation to the jet age, renowned pilots such as Eddie Rickenbacher, Jimmy Doolittle, Paul Tibbets, Chuck Yeager, pushed their aircraft to their operational limits in order to defend the United States against tyranny and oppression. Their names are now entrenched in the collective memory of our nation.What many readers
  • Commanders Column Sept 2017

    Capt. Alvin Mallette speaks on deployment readiness.
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  • September is Suicide Prevention Month

     The Air Force and the 108th Wing are committed to preventing suicide among service members, their families, Department of Defense civilians, and veterans. The rate of deaths by suicide of Air Force members has been increasing this year and we are losing significantly more members to suicide than to military conflict.  The 108th Wing will be
  • Develop Airmen for the future

    Jersey Tigers! I have now served as your command chief for more than a year, and I am so honored each and every day I serve. Now that I have done the OODA loop; observing, orientating, deciding and acting, and continued that process to help improve our wing, I cannot express enough how the 108th Wing is a world-class, flexible, innovative
  • Beyond Hangovers: Alcohol and Your Health

    A couple of beers is often the choice for a group of colleagues looking to relax after a hard day’s work.  James Bond depends on his famous martini – shaken, not stirred – to unwind after eliminating a villain. Weddings kick off with a champagne toast.Alcohol is part of our culture.  It helps us celebrate and socialize and reward ourselves for a
  • Social Media and Electronic Communication

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  • Dec Commanders Column: Mental Health

    Now's the time to talk about the elephant in the roomIt's time to talk about mental healthAnd so is the military. Since 2001, the military has relied more heavily on the National Guard and Reserve components to fulfill the mission demands. Guardsmen/women are being deployed right along- side the Active Duty Components and are returning back home
  • November Commanders Column

    With constant rising tensions around the world, our military’s state of readiness is on the minds of our senior leadership across the Department of the Defense. As a new squadron commander, I have learned that I must be a professional allocator of risk in order to achieve readiness. On a daily basis, the Maintenance Group’s leadership team manages
  • 108th Commanders Column Oct 2017

    October 2017 Commanders Column, Lt. Col. William Leiss, 141st Air Refueling Squadron commander speaks about the squadrons centennial.
  • An Attendee’s Perspective on the Enlisted Leadership Symposium

    Attendee Master Sgt. Brian Hammell's perspective and lessons learned from the Enlisted Leadership Symposium.
  • Historical Shadows: The quiet dedication of the aircraft mechanic

    From the birth of military aviation to the jet age, renowned pilots such as Eddie Rickenbacher, Jimmy Doolittle, Paul Tibbets, Chuck Yeager, pushed their aircraft to their operational limits in order to defend the United States against tyranny and oppression. Their names are now entrenched in the collective memory of our nation.What many readers
  • Commanders Column Sept 2017

    Capt. Alvin Mallette speaks on deployment readiness.
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