I remember the day like it was yesterday. My heartbeat echoed in my head as I attempted to dry my sweaty hands on my jeans. I was 21 years old, sitting in a Korean court room, waiting to be questioned by prosecutors. How I ended up there was unreal. Just a few months earlier I was happy; I had a loving husband, amazing friends and arguably the greatest job in the Air Force, but the color in my world had been stolen.
More than 5,000 service members and civilians created a sea of different military uniforms and athletic apparel to meet a challenge. They all arrived in the chill of the early morning on the installation nestled at the feet of a large mountain range.
As I was reviewing some enlisted performance reports and decorations today, I started contemplating a huge event in my life that occurred almost 20 years ago.
In April of 1995, I asked my then girlfriend Tiffani, a fellow Airman at the time, to be my wife, for better or worse. We were married later that year and along our journey these past 20 years, we have seen many places, been blessed with two wonderful children and made many friends.
By SPECIAL AGENT MONTE STEPHENS
Air Force Office of Special Investigations
Cybercrime is the fastest growing and most dynamic area of crime. Ever-increasing reliance on cyber technology is allowing criminals to operate with virtual impunity across a range of criminal activities and jurisdictions.
By CATRINA FRANCIS
Gold Standard Senior Staff Writer
We all know there are a few constants in life and one of them is taxes. But identity theft isn’t one of those constants.
A few years ago I found what I thought was a more efficient way of doing taxes from the comfort of my home. I began using Turbo Tax because it was accessible from my PC and it was cost effective.
There are many reasons why every year in March the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom (Canada in October) reserve a full month of recognition to celebrate women. Among them are the many contributions made by females that have impacted the world.
By AIR FORCE CAPT. DAVID LIAPIS
92nd Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs
A couple of feet and a half a second. These may seem like insignificant measurements; but when combined with fatigue, a couple of feet almost cost me my career, and that half a second almost ended my life.