Gen. Tod D. Wolters, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, speaks with members of the 501st Combat Support Wing on the importance of trust, teamwork and training at an all call on Royal Air Force Alconbury, United Kingdom, Oct. 24, 2016. His visits to RAF Croughton and RAF Alconbury served as his introduction to the 501 CSW since assuming command in August 2016. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1 Lt. Krystal Jimenez)
Taken: 10.24.2016 | Photo by 1st Lt. krystal jimenez
As Lt. Col. John Jansheski, 423rd Security Forces Squadron Commander, looked back on his career leading up to his promotion to lieutenant colonel, he recognized that adapting to changing circumstances has been key throughout his Air Force journey. “The only constant in my career has been the new,” said Jansheski. “Be prepared for new all the time. Everything is new, every section I’ve gone into is different. I’m on my third command now, if you count the one I was deployed to, and they were all different. They were all different structures. They were all different jobs.” Starting his career as an airman first class in 1999, Jansheski has seen a great deal of change, both in his own work and in the Air Force as a...
11.16.2016 | HUNTINGDON, CAM, GB | Story by Airman 1st Class Zachary Bumpus