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Latest Airman's Roll Call features Airman's Creed

The Airman's Roll Call is a one-page print product, posted online every Wednesday, written so supervisors can read it to their Airmen during morning roll calls or weekly gatherings. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Mike Carabajal)

The Airman's Roll Call is a one-page print product, posted online every Wednesday, written so supervisors can read it to their Airmen during morning roll calls or weekly gatherings. (U.S. Air Force graphic/Mike Carabajal)

SAN ANTONIO (AFNEWS) -- This week's Airman's Roll Call features the Airman's Creed. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley introduced the idealogy as a means to provide Airmen with a tangible statement of beliefs "they can hold most dear."

The general said having a creed is like a blinding flash of the obvious: it simply and concisely puts into words the warfighting spirit that exists in Airmen past and present.

Roll Call is a one-page print product, posted online every Friday. It covers one or two topics and is written so supervisors can read it to their Airmen during morning roll calls or weekly gatherings. It is designed to explain complex, yet important issues and help ensure the Air Force's missions are understood.

To view this week's Roll Call, click here. To subscribe to an e-mail version of the product, visit http://www.af.mil/subscribe/. Roll Call is one of 30 featured Air Force products that can be received via e-mail.