"Air Force Stories" Pt 3 by Nutnfancy

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Published on Aug 3, 2017
Teaching others to fly and fly well in challenging combat environments was one the more enjoyable aspects to being a KC-135 Instructor and Evaluator. I talk to the importance honest feedback and how we all have to know "what hat we're wearing" and play the role, stripping ourselves of ego at times. We need to be confident in our jobs, well trained and prepared, ready and willing for action, and have a good balance of people and mission as leaders. In Part 3, the Final Part for now, I give some more of my stories to illustrate these points. I had some both bad ("Where's Dike?!") and great leaders along the way to help me clarify my thoughts on all this in my 20 year Air Force piloting career. Nearing the end I turned down the job of Squadron Commander, mostly on basis of integrity (explained in vid). I also honestly address the sickness of Political Correctness in the military and how it undermines the forces as it attempts to force upon us a social agenda and question our honor. But mostly the ride was a great one and I would do it all over again. I was PRIVILEGE to wear the uniform and serve alongside some great people in my own attempt to payback my debt of freedom.////////////////Music licensed from TNPr: www.youtube.com/eldudio


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