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2015 National Security Strategy released 6 Feb 2015

2015 National Security Strategy released 6 Feb 2015

“Today, the United States is stronger and better positioned to seize the opportunities of a still new century and safeguard our interests against the risks of an insecure world.  The President’s new National Security Strategy provides a vision and strategy for advancing the nation’s interests, universal values, and a rules-based international order through strong and sustainable American leadership.  The strategy sets out the principles and priorities that describe how America will lead the world toward greater peace and a new prosperity.”

The complete press release is available on the White House website at  .

The complete strategy is available on the White House website at .

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Happy Birthday, Air Force! From the White House Blog

September 18 marks the United States Air Force’s 65th birthday, a day to celebrate our nation’s youngest service, and recognize the dedicated men and women who serve today, and those who have served since its inception.


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In a birthday message, Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III and Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James Roy paid tribute to the significant strides that have been in a relatively short period of time :

Throughout our proud history, the Air Force has embraced the technology that continues to revolutionize our capabilities in air, space and cyberspace. We owe an enormous debt to the ground-breaking visionaries and engineering pioneers who brought the technology of flight to life, and to the professional strategists and tacticians who imagined the military possibilities of these new technologies and propelled the science, theory and application forward.

While our Service enjoys an unbreakable connection to state-of-the-art technology, we must never forget that everything we do depends on our people, the living engine of our Air Force. Today, more than ever, the Air Force can take pride that our Service culture promotes and benefits from the know-how, determination, and commitment of a diverse group of men and women who embody our Core Values — Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence In All We Do — while pursuing adaptive and innovative solutions for our Nation’s security.

While today is a special day to commemorate the men and women of the Air Force, as Americans, this is something we should do every day. Take a moment to share a message of thanks with a military family and show your appreciation for their hard work and sacrifices.

Happy birthday, Air Force! Aim High … Fly-Fight-Win!

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Public Access to DoD-Funded Research: Copyright Issues

This summer, in a cooperative effort between SLA’s Military Libraries (DMIL) and Legal Libraries Divisions, this fabulous power point– Copyright Issues–was produced and presented at SLA 2013.  Focusing on the effect the new White House proposed policy of making research funded with Federal dollars available to all, it covers questions such as: What are the copyright implications? Where do we as librarians at those research facilities stand with regard to protecting our work? With all of the budget cuts, the idea of accessing work in professional journals for free is appealing, but what are the dangers?  Can this open access to info work for everyone?

Those of us who were unable to attend in San Diego can now get some answers at our desktops!

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