out there in the UK, is perceived as something
that we talk about, that we try and embrace.
And the beauty is is that in the Air Force,
we've done it.
We've done it to the extent that we can
laugh about each other's differences.
We can make jokes about each other.
We can really feel confident that we're not just
paying lip service to it.
It is done.
We don't worry and even notice
if somebody's this color or this gender
or these motives, values, and preferences.
We have our ethos, our core values, and our standards,
and we live within that and we embrace them
as being valuable and valid for the Air Force
and the country of today.