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A connection platform

Flyby with XL 01 connects Laughlin members to the wing commander to address, identify or discuss various topics and issues that impact the Laughlin community. Additionally, it serves as an opportunity to provide both positive and negative feedback to the commander on matters that impact quality of life for Airmen and their families, civilians and beneficiaries of Laughlin’s programs, resources and opportunities.

Questions will be collected by the public affairs office, distributed to their respective agencies for the gathering of the most accurate answers and reviewed personally by the wing commander who may provide additional information. Finally, each question will be made public on Laughlin’s official website so a greater audience may be informed on the impact these questions may or may not have on day-to-day life.

Flyby with XL01 Archive

2015-2016

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Please be advised that although questions are not anonymous to the public affairs office as your information will be provided in the email submission process, your information will remain anonymous to the individuals, agencies and programs who become essential in establishing effective responses as well as in the public presentation of the question and answer in print and online.

"You are personally responsible for what you say and post on social networking services and any other medium. Regardless of the method of communication used, Air Force standards must be observed at all times, both on and off-duty. You must avoid offensive and/or inappropriate behavior on social networking platforms and through other forms of communication that could bring discredit upon on the Air Force or you as a member of the Air Force, or that would otherwise be harmful to good order and discipline, respect for authority, unit cohesion, morale, mission accomplishment or the trust and confidence that the public has in the United States Air Force."

(Air Force Instruction 1-1, 7 August 2012)