Beyond his pledge for pipelines in all directions, he was the first to release a fiscal plan, has more policy areas covered overall (although still lacking in detail), and has recently made some relatively specific pronouncements, several of which are somewhat out of character for a front running campaign given the relatively high risk to reward ratio.
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Fifth CMSAF talks leadership with enlisted SJ Airmen
“Only by taking care of our own, developing new technology and empowering Airmen, can the Airmen serving truly accomplish their mission effectively.” Another popular theme over the course of the speech was what Gaylor referred to as “putting your name on the Air Force mailbox.” It eludes to Airmen taking ownership of their time in the Air Force and having pride in their work.
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ARTnews magazine gets new leadership, with a twist – Los Angeles Times
In a phone interview on Friday, Depczyk explained that Abbey House faced a number of legal restrictions due to its status as a publicly traded company in Poland.
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