Complacency has no place in police work

Grrr … Sunday’s Clovis News Journal story about the life and times of police informant Zach Stephenson shined light in a lot of dark and scary places. Among the most troubling details uncovered were those about how some Clovis law officers had become so nonchalant about carrying around semi-automatic rifles that two of them forgot […]

Complacency has no place in military

Commentary by Capt Josh Kubacz: 27th Fighter Wing Safety CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Complacency is a term often heard in a briefing room before flying or in an annual Operational Risk Management (ORM) refresher classroom. Although normally associated with flying, complacency applies to everyone. Whether you are a comptroller, electrician, crew chief or pilot, […]

Suspicious package product of complacency

Master Sgt. Richard Waters The recent terror attacks against our British brethren in the war against terrorism are a stark and unfortunate reminder that modern terrorists have the ability and fortitude to strike anywhere, at anytime. Everyone, regardless of whether they are military or civilian, can be a target or a sensor in the war […]

Complacency a dangerous precedent

By Tibor Machan I recently went to San Francisco for a conference, parked in a “public parking” place on a busy corner, and my car was broken into and a bunch of stuff stolen. And I am partly to blame. Yes, I wasn’t thinking clearly. Living as I do in a neighborhood where homes and […]