• Recharge for Resiliency program focuses on health of Airmen and their families

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio – Now that spring has arrived, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Outdoor Recreation has activities planned for Airmen through the Recharge for Resiliency (R4R) program. R4R was designed to help Airmen reacclimate to life at home and also include families in their reintegration. The program has three areas of focus, the
  • Spangdahlem hosts USAFE Master Resiliency Training Course

    The 52nd Fighter Wing hosted a Master Resiliency Training Course for members from across U.S. Air Forces in Europe–Air Forces Africa at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, March 11-15, 2019. MRTC is a train-the-trainer course and instructs Airmen how to effectively teach other Airmen to be resilient in the four domains of Comprehensive Airman
  • Cold holds no ground at Team Minot

    While resiliency functions as an umbrella for military members, there are several aspects that go into developing a truly resilient individual. One of the core pillars of Airmen resiliency is spiritual fitness.
  • Resiliency Center hosts free women's self-defense class

    Goodfellow offered a free women’s self-defense class on base at the Goodfellow Resiliency Center, March 8. The classes are usually two parts, the first half being textbook training and the second half a physical training.  As of now, the classes are held quarterly, but for more information please contact the 17th Training Wing Violence Prevention
  • Mental health support group breaks stigmas, builds resiliency

    In the military, talk of mental health can carry a stigma. Thoughts of, “how will this impact my career?”, or, “will this affect my credibility?” can run through the minds of those struggling with mental health concerns. Contrary to these stigmas, dealing with mental health concerns won’t damage your career, and there are groups on base to be a part of.
  • Courage, resiliency leads to life in the Air Force

    It was during Operation Desert Storm the sergeant first witnessed the destruction of war; it continued until the deadly invasion of 2003 and was followed by the life-threatening civil war in 2006. But he wasn’t an Airman, yet.  He was a citizen of Baghdad, Iraq, where he was born and raised. As a young boy, Tech. Sgt. Becker Almarsumi experienced
  • Pursuing resiliency through local programs

    In an effort to get Airmen out and active, the Community Action Team is implementing the Passport to Resiliency Program for permanent party (active duty and reserve) members, starting March 1, 2019. The program awards members time off work for participating in base and community activities.
  • 51 FW Chaplain Corps hosts resiliency luncheon

    The 51st Fighter Wing Chaplain Corps hosted a resiliency luncheon at the Officer’s Club at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Feb. 21.Attendees were treated to a free lunch as they listened to guest speaker Dr. Dondi Costin, a retired U.S. Air Force chaplain, as he spoke about the event’s theme: “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.”Now the third president of
  • Team Little Rock opens welcome center

    All Airmen arriving at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, will now be met with a streamlined in-processing method at the newly established Combat Airlift Welcome Center, located in the Walters Community Support Center. The Combat Airlift Welcome Center will be one of the first stops for new Airmen arriving at Little Rock AFB and will serve as a one-stop shop for new Airmen and their families to process through the military personnel section, medical, traffic management office and finance, as well as get exposed to base helping agencies.
  • True North reaches beyond installation gates

    The Task Force True North (TFTN) program effort goes beyond just in-processing at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri. It spans across oceans – literally – to help build a culture of engagement and resiliency.
  • 633rd Air Base Wing Chaplain Corps work to increase Airmen resiliency

    At select bases across the U.S. Air Force, Task Force True North is embedding medical, mental health, and chaplain personnel directly into high stress units.
  • True North program helps Airmen

    The newly opened Whiteman Welcome Center serves as a one-stop shop for in-processing appointments, including administrative, financial and medical needs. Freestrom and other new arrivals receive a list required appointments from the center’s staff. Additionally, dependents can receive personalized medical briefings as well as help updating their Tricare information.
  • Optimizing Airman Performance: Beale initiates Task Force True North

    BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Recently, Beale Air Force Base and three other installations were selected to test an initiative called Task Force True North (TFTN), which is a program to increase the mental, emotional and spiritual capacity of the force by anticipating and meeting our Airmen and their families’ need to respond to, and thrive during
  • Welcome Center now open

    Up until now, in-bound members to Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri were required to visit multiple locations to complete their in-processing checklist. However, the new Whiteman Welcome Center, building 3007 located next to the Youth Center and across the street from the Base Chapel, will serve as a one-stop shop for members to process through the Military Personnel Section, Finance and Medical.
  • Task Force True North begins at JBER

    The 673d Air Base Wing and 3rd Wing have been selected to participate in the True North Program, a research study that will help commanders understand the needs of Airmen at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska.
  • MAFB selected for Task Force True North initiative

    Minot Air Force Base was recently selected as a beta test installation for Task Force True North, an initiative that strives to promote Airmen resiliency by using a more proactive approach to provide mental health within units. “We are looking for ways to enhance Airmen well-being and resiliency and decrease negative outcomes,” said Col. Mark J.