War correspondent Harry Williams picked up the phone in Paris. It was May 1918 and artillery shells were raining down around him. He expected the line would be filled with heavy static and the sound of foreign-speaking voices.
I had the honor of speaking at the annual “Airman of the Year” dinner for a US Air Force wing a few days ago. My tasking was to offer some brief remarks that were motivational and maybe told a story of resiliency. What can a civilian say to the men and women who routinely risk their lives rescuing other military heroes? About resiliency?