The recently created Profession of Arms Center of Excellence at JBSA-Randolph, Texas, launched three new videos of airmen professionalism on Wednesday, announced Air Education and Training Command in a May 13 release. The videos, titled “Excellence,” “Selflessness,” and “Trust,” are part of the Heritage Today series, which the Air Force launched as a means to inspire airmen through stories of Air Force heritage and real-world operations, states the release. “The Heritage Today series is made up of inspirational videos that bring a common understanding to enablers or traits that define our lives as airmen,” said Col. Jeff Smith, director of the center. “They are internal commitments to the Air Force core values as a way of life.” PACE has come out with five videos so far; the first two came out in February. Airmen who volunteered for the project narrate the videos. (See also Profession of Arms Center of Excellence Headed by AETC.)
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