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  • Combat COVID-19 with good nutrition

    To help combat COVID-19, make nutrition a priority by eating healthy nutrient-rich foods to help support your immune system.
  • Simon Sinek's advice for Airmen

    U.S. Air Force Col. Michael Drowley, 355th Wing commander, and Simon Sinek, an author and motivational speaker, held a virtual conference call March 24, 2020.
  • OSI AF Connect app enables, engages, empowers teleworkers

    For Office of Special Investigations members, teleworking these days as a result of the COVID-19 lockdown, there may be some comparatively slow periods that can be maximized by something other than Coronavirus updates. Enter Air Force Connect, the enterprise-wide mobile app designed to provide users streamlined access to information they need for their lives and career development.
  • 17th Medical Group prioritizes active duty care

    U.S. Air Force Col. Lauren Byrd, 17th Medical Group commander, has made the decision to reprioritize medical resources to ensure the greatest access for the active duty population on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, March 24, 2020.
  • We Are the Women of the 910th

    In recognition and honor of Women's History Month 2020, this video features the women of the 910th Airlift Wing, critical contributors to the 910th Airlift Wing's mission: Combat ready NOW... for tomorrow's fight!
  • 7th AF Airman Supports Military and Families at Osan Air Base

    Senior Airman Aaliyah Sumpter, 7th Air Force Commander Support Staff technician, is assigned to the 7th AF headquarters building at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea. 7th AF is the numbered Air Force that provides oversight as the air component for each of these warfighters. It’s the job of the CSS to ensure that 7th AF leaders have the right administrative tools ready to make critical decisions for the Airmen.
  • A message from the 176th Wing director of psychological health

    A message from the 176th Wing director of psychological health
  • Psychological health guidance during this challenging time

    Psychological Health personnel at HARB are available to help. Ms. Veronica Sforza, our Mental Health Officer's office phone is 786-415-8888. Her number has been forwarded to her personal cellular phone, so she can be reached 24-hours a day. Messages left on her phone should include the caller’s phone number (since forwarded calls do not show the
  • Psychological health guidance during this challenging time

    Psychological Health personnel at HARB are available to help. Ms. Veronica Sforza, our Mental Health Officer's office phone is 786-415-8888. Her number has been forwarded to her personal cellular phone, so she can be reached 24-hours a day. Messages left on her phone should include the caller’s phone number (since forwarded calls do not show the
  • Goodfellow base commander declares Health Protection Condition Bravo

    The Goodfellow Air Force Base commander has directed Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Bravo in response to COVID-19.
  • Rainier Wing Reservists exercise spiritual fitness

    Before Lt. Col. Hanna Yang, 446th Airlift Wing staff judge advocate, deployed to Iraq, she packed few personal belongings in her 72-hour military surplus bag.Her Bible was one item she didn’t leave behind.For 180 days, Yang relied on her Christian faith to get her through the trying moments of mortar attacks, leaving behind a husband and three
  • 151st ARW welcomes new SARC

    In February 2019, Nathan Reid became the first full-time Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for the 151st Air Refueling Wing. After one year on the job, Reid feels like he has hit his stride.
  • LRAFB hosts SAPR Survivors Luncheon

    Two survivors of sexual assault shared their stories with the hopes of leaving attendees with a greater understanding and awareness of how words or lack of words impact victims’ process of healing.
  • Five Minutes to Thrive: Managing Emotions During Times of Uncertainty

    One of nature’s most fascinating displays is that of herd behavior. Many species of land animals (herds), fish (schools), insects (swarms), and birds (flocks) abandon individuality in favor of highly-coordinated group movements for the various adaptive benefits they yield in terms of protection from predators, foraging, mating and child-rearing, and energy conservation.
  • Shaw dental clinic gives kids a smile

    The 20th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron dental clinic partnered with the American Dental Association to promote good dental hygiene through the “Give Kids A Smile” program, Feb. 21. “Give Kids A Smile” is a nationwide, community-based movement aimed at prevention of childhood dental cavities. As part of the program, the 20th OMRS dental clinic team offered 40 appointments for military (active-duty, retiree, reservist or guard on active-duty orders) children between the ages of two and 12 to be seen on base.
  • Tyndall Airman wins AF mental health NCO of the year

    Mental health plays a significant role in the modern day service member’s readiness. The 325th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron’s mental health clinic ensures that Tyndall’s warfighters are mentally fit and ready to execute the mission.
  • Information on dealing with COVID-19

    Information of what COVID-19 is, how to avoid it and what to do if you catch the virus is available on the following websites.
  • 'I dropped to my knees in the street': A command chief's road to recovery after his daughter's suicide

    Chief Master Sgt. Thomas Daniels was no stranger to stage fright. So, when the polite round of applause from the sea of senior NCOs beckoned him to the stage, he wasn't surprised by his ensuing anxiety. As he began addressing the crowd, the familiar question stuck in the background of his mind: "Does anyone else notice?”He became increasingly aware
  • Five Minutes to Thrive: GRIT

    I‘m not an abrasives expert, but I know that coarse sandpaper (“grit range” 60-80) is good for rapidly removing large amounts of material, while finer grits (320+) are used for polishing and finishing work. Whether attempting to turn a block of wood into a race car, or tackle a major life project, I know I’m going to need grit. When I face adversity or undertake something that is emotionally, psychologically, or spiritually taxing; I have come to find I also need grit to smooth out my adjustment to whatever scenario comes my way.
  • Fighting the blues with Wintervention

    Raiders at Ellsworth Air Force Base strengthened ties with each other during the 28th Bomb Wing resiliency day and Wintervention events Feb. 28 to March 1.
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