At the End of the Day, Ask Yourself Three Simple Questions

Buckner, Kathleen R.
April 2013
Citizen Airman: The Official Magazine of the Air National Guard ;Apr2013, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p3
In the article, the author provides a motivational discussion for the U.S. airmen. The author suggests asking three questions to oneself after the end of each day as an airman regarding to become the best airman, to become a best person that one could be and to express the love for the beloved ones. She also suggests remembering the best airmen, the Senior Airmen Jeremy Goss, 307th Civil Engineer Squadron, and Joe Jarratt, 349th Logistics Readiness Squadron respectively.


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