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Thanksgiving is always a special holiday as we reflect on what we are thankful for. It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life and forget to take time to smell the flowers and appreciate what we have.  I surely am guilty of this.

When we really think about it, this holiday is really about being thankful for our relationships – the wingmen in our lives who give meaning to our missions.

So, as we ponder what we’re thankful for this year, I would like you to join me in reflecting on those wingmen in our lives who:

  • Give that extra wing when we need a lift.
  • Encourage us to take action when we are immobilized by fear and doubt.
  • We can call out “Mayday” to when adversity strikes
  • “Check our six” and see our blind spots, and then have the courage to give us feedback so we don’t get shot down.
  • Celebrate our victories and cheer us on when we succeed.

Be a Wing-Giver

Today and every day, let’s also remind ourselves to lend a wing of courage and support to our co-workers, family, friends, servicemen and women, and anyone in need. They too need us to be their wingmen. You just never know the difference you can make for someone.

Let’s be wing-givers.  Let’s lift each other up.

This is what gives meaning to our mission and helps us to fly.


Military Keynote Speaker talks to audienceHave a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Never Fly Solo,

Rob “Waldo” Waldman

Your Wingman