Storyline 1: 337th Munitions Squadron
Line 8 thru 13: PA01 Airmanship
Synopsis: A1C Hamburg is forced to wake SrA Ratner in order to avoid being late for roll call and it’s the third time in a week SrA Ratner overslept. Ratner references partying and drinking the night before. I: The lesson principle illustrated in this instance is an Emergent Leadership issue, Wingman Concept more specifically. D: A1C Hamburg practiced appropriate use of the wingman concept ensuring SrA Ratner was awake in order to avoid being late for roll call. D: N/A
P: If A1C Hamburg continues his behavior in being a good wingman, it will reflect good upon him but if SrA Ratner continues making a habit of oversleeping, one day Hamburg may not be around to wake him up and SrA Ratner may oversleep again and have to answer for it. Line 9 thru 10: CF05 Four Lenses
“This is the third time this week you’ve overslept,” Hamburg says. “Sorry Hambone‟ but you know I can’t resist a party, gorgeous women, and free booze,” Ratner says as he clumsily fumbles with his boots.
I: These characteristics refer to someone being an orange in four lenses D: These characteristics are fine but I would say that it’s ineffective. D: These characteristics are ineffective because drinking every night and not getting enough sleep will affect his work performance P: After a while his actions are going to start showing his work performance dropping and he might even not just oversleep but become late for work and someones going to have to pick up his slack.
Line 14 thru 15: PA01 Airmanship
Synopsis: SrA Ratner seems annoyed by A1C Hamburg’s insistence upon arriving to work on time and makes a snide comment about his duty in the AF being “just a job and a paycheck.” I: The lesson principle illustrated in this instance is Airmanship; A1C Hamburg doesn’t agree with SrA Ratner that it is “just a job and a paycheck” but rather implies his understanding of the Warrior Ethos/Profession of Arms. D: SrA Ratner’s view on his chosen profession is most definitely inappropriate because as a member of the United States Air Force, he serves a greater good and “supports and defends” the Constitution of the United States. As outlined in the text: With that understanding of a profession, what is meant by the ―Profession of Arms? To be part of the military profession of arms is to be a skilled practitioners of, or professionals in the art of warfare. The Profession of Arms is a unique profession, whose customer base spans the sum of our great nation. As a department of the US armed forces, the Air Force is the military‘s warfare subculture expert in the execution of air, space, and cyber space power. ―We are not engaged in just another job; we are practitioners of the profession of arms. We are entrusted with the security of our nation, the protection of its citizens, and the preservation of its way of life. In this capacity, we serve as guardians of America‘s future. By its very nature, this responsibility requires us to place the needs of our service and our country before personal concerns‖ General Ronald R. Fogleman 16th Chief of Staff, United States Air Force
D: SrA Ratner CANNOT continue with his beliefs that what he does is just a job and just a paycheck. Working in ammo, SrA Ratner is a force enabler and they put bombs and bullets on the planes. His supervisor/ wingman must educate SrA Ratner in how he contributes to the overall big picture and what his actions really are (skilled practitioner in the art of warfare). P: It is difficult to understand how SrA Ratner doesn’t see his contribution to the mission and if he maintains his current view on the profession of arms, it could breed complacency. If he really feels that way who’s to say he doesn’t take the core values to heart and cuts corners at work potentially putting lives at risk. Lines 17 thru 22: CF05 Four Lenses
“Hey Hale!” Ratner yells as he stumbles out his door. “Do you 17 have any food?” Hale fumbles through...
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