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Vigilance and attention Campus vigilance means taking attention
Staff and faculty have the considerable responsibility to ensure that they are informed and without questions on what they should do in the event of an emergency.
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Design sketch Let your innovation be known
The news drew excitement and pride from many in the Air Force last month, an announcement of finalists in the Spark Tank competition that collects innovative ideas from the Air Force major commands and selects the best at the headquarters level.
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Navy Lt. Arthur E.J. Male, USNRF, in gunner's bow position, with a Lewis aircraft machine gun, at the Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 25 March 1918. Note bomb sight on the plane's side, beside the gunner. (Photo courtesy Naval History and Heritage Command) The amazing World War I story of McGhee Tyson
The amazing WWI story of McGhee Tyson
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TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. - Capt. Edmund Morrisey, top center, pictured here in 1963 with personnel from the Pennsylvania Air National Guard's 146th Fighter Interceptor Squadron and members of the Colorado and Utah Air National Guard who were among the first Air National Guard teams to win the Air Force's William Tell aerial gunnery competition. (U.S. Air Force file photo/Released) Changing perceptions
The veterans of World War II and Korea set the foundation of the current Air National Guard.
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Noncommissioned Officer Leadership school 71-2L, with 22 Women in the Air
Force, or WAFs,  and staff in November 1970 at the I.G. Brown Training and
Education Center on McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base in Louisville,
Tenn. NCO leadership school was the precursor to today's Air Force Airman
leadership school. This class was also reported as the largest single
graduation of WAFs in a leadership school to date, and these women were the
first to attend classes at the TEC. They graduated Nov. 27, 1970. Women were
accepted on an equal basis with men in 1976, and the WAF program ended.
(U.S. Air National Guard photo)
How EPME women progressed AF leadership
How EPME women progressed AF leadership
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