'Perspective' focuses on diversity
Air Force News Service
/ Published April 29, 2009
SAN ANTONIO --
In his latest 'Enlisted Perspective," the Air Force's top enlisted Airman focuses on diversity and how it strengthens the greatest Air Force in the world.
"This diversity enables successful action across the full spectrum of operations," said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "The knowledge and experience of our Airmen allows us to translate their diversity into organizational effectiveness, mission readiness and exacting execution."
In recognizing the importance of diversity to the Air Force, Chief McKinley observes that the diversity found throughout the service fuels the power to fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace.
"The Air Force attracts men and women from all walks of life," Chief McKinley said. "Every Airman is important to our Air Force, and every Airman, combined with the background and support his or her family provides, strengthens our service."
This "Enlisted Perspective
" and other senior leader viewpoints can be found in the library section of Air Force Link.