For this week’s edition, I turned to Tofugu for their take on like vs. love in Japan: The concept of “like” and “love” in Japanese may be a little difficult for you to gauge because the word “suki” could mean both/either “like” or “love.”
As part of National Mentoring Month, the Department of the Air Force will host a series of virtual live events focused on educating Airmen and Guardians on the importance of mentoring, how to be an effective mentor/mentee, and how to register on the MyVECTOR Mentoring platform.
On any given February morning, you might see hundreds of young students – some with parents, or even teachers, in tow – flocking to a nearby high school or university. Chances are they are on their way to take their entrance examinations.
For those of you venturing out in town on Feb. 2, be sure to watch out for flying beans and fleeing ogres. The Japanese celebrate Setsubun, which literally means “change of seasons,” on this day to kick off the preparation for the upcoming planting season.
Maintaining a healthy body is essential for military members and their families. The Army & Air Force Exchange Service helps the military community achieve their health goals with a wide range of wellness services.
Chief Master-at-Arms Lucian King, left, and Capt. Rich Jarrett, Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY), cut a cake during a ceremony in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Jewel of the East Galley onboard CFAY.
As the service continues to refine what is needed to develop the Airmen required to fight and win our future wars, Air Force officials announced the implementation of the Enlisted Force Development Action Plan, located here.
You don’t want to burn yourself out as time goes on. Once you start feeling exhausted from your job it will start to trickle into your personal life. Start taking better care of yourself while you’re at work. Your body and mind will thank you!