Mentoring a fundamental responsibility for all Airmen

Lt. Col. J. D. Bailey, II What is mentoring? It seems to have different meanings to different people. Some consider it a form of counseling, communicating or learning by example from someone usually senior to you. Others would simply call it leadership. But, whatever you choose to call it, it can certainly be beneficial to […]

Miss Betty driving students

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By Paula Cronic: PNT Staff Writer Speaking in a soft, soothing voice lightly accented by a slight southern drawl, Betty King-Lowry or “Miss Betty” as her students know her, opens up about the life she’s had and what it’s taken to get to her level of contentment. After graduating from Eastern New Mexico University with […]

Mentoring process essential to future, legacy of Air Force

Col. Robert West The true legacy of a leader is not a recollection of their accomplishments, but the performance of their people after they are gone. Have you ever wondered how your role model got to be where they are? Have you considered how you can help your subordinates or other young and talented individuals […]

Mentors needed for local program

By Marlena Hartz: PNT Correspondent Charles Murrell has been all over the world and never made a friendship quite like the one he has with Kendall Christinson. Christinson, too, has seen many places. While his travels are a result of his mother’s change of employment, and Murrell’s are a result of service in the Air […]