Resilience News

Category: True North
  • Making a come-back; road to resiliency

    Sweat drops begin to form as the sun beats harshly down, no one seems to notice the rising temperatures or the sand blowing to and fro as coffin after coffin draped with flags is carried by… “A scream rings out and I jump up throwing punches. It was another recurring dream. I am the one screaming. I walk out of my bedroom, pop the lid off a bottle of alcohol and start drinking. I just want to get away from it all for a couple minutes. I don’t want to think about it.”
  • Airman, Family Readiness Center Hosts Key Spouse Luncheon

    The 50th Force Support Squadron hosted a luncheon at the DISH dining facility for the Schriever key spouses and mentors to discuss ways to assist Airmen and their spouses here.Key spouses exist to take care of spouses and Airmen by providing them with support and resources. Every quarter, key spouses meet with their unit’s first sergeant and
  • Musculoskeletal injury top threat to Airmen readiness, lethality: Interventions support fitness improvement plan

    Mission readiness is key to the execution of the National Defense strategy, and the Air Force Materiel Command is operating on the front lines ensuring Airmen are fit to fight.The Department of Defense defines readiness as the ability of military forces to fight and meet the demands of assigned missions. A closer look at possible reasons for low
  • 633d MDG eases the process of reintegration

    The last thing any service member wants to do upon returning home from a deployment is spend an entire day in briefings. That's why the 633 Public Health Office is bringing its services to them in a new, condensed reintegration briefing.