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  • Mixed Martial Airman

    The silence of a wooded courtyard is broken by the crack of flesh and bone against the base of a tree. It is legend that one who is trained in Muay Thai will be able to chop down a banana tree using their hardened shins. This legend drives a young man, with dreams of being the best, to repeatedly assault the tree. It is padded but it does not give.
  • #InnovateDLT: Paperless

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for innovating the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to Meger and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base.Staff Sgt.
  • #InnovateDLT: Innovating the game

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for revolutionizing the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to Meger and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base. Tech. Sgt.
  • #InnovateDLT: Innovating the workplace

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for innovating the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to him and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base.Seven proposals
  • #InnovateDLT: Innovating the workplace

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for innovating the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to him and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base.Seven proposals
  • Handpicked to serve

    Only the sounds of muffled weeps can be heard in the chapel. Six Airmen remain sharp, crisp, and motionless while they wait for their que to begin. The funeral director gives a nod and the team begins to walk slowly to the front. The command halt is called, centering them on the urn. The team faces one another and begins to fold a flag. Once it is
  • Applying pressure

    Running through the same morning routine before work, Ivan Grijalva climbed into his truck for his commute to work.As he was driving down a Tucson country road, a single headlight appeared in Grijalva's rearview mirror. The vehicle sped past his truck and proceeded ahead.The fast-moving motorcycle headed towards a busy main road ahead before
  • #InnovateDLT: Innovation by consolidation

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for innovating the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to Meger and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base.Master Sgt.
  • #Innovate DLT: Innovating fitness

    The 355th Fighter Wing commander, U.S. Air Force Col. James Meger, reached out to Airmen of Davis-Monthan AFB to get ideas for innovating the base through a new initiative called Innovate DLT, which gives Airmen a direct line to Meger and allows them to define a problem or propose an improvement that will impact members of the base.An event was
  • The Wrestling Airman

    Two villains jumped in the wrestling ring and started to yell at the crowd. Loud boos and insults were hurled back in response. The show was sold out, the crowd had warmed up after watching some preliminary matches, and it was time for a big tag team match. Everyone was waiting for a third villain, the star of the team, to make his grand entrance.
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