Resilience News

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  • Tech. Sgt. Eberle, 58th APS wins award for heroism

    Tech. Sgt. Eberle, 58th APS wins award for heroism Tech. Sgt. Stephen Eberle, 58th Aerial Port Squadron, was recently named a Carnegie Hero for saving a man from a burning vehicle in July 2017. He along with another individual happened upon this nighttime accident in Middletown, Conn. Working together they quickly broke a window, pried the door open and cut his jammed seat belt with a pocket knife, with flames only feet away. They then dragged him from the vehicle before it was engulfed in fire. The driver was treated for minor injuries from the initial crash. Eberle is from Ivoryton, Conn. and is a power station electrician in civilian life.
  • Family care plans ease deployment stress

    Deployments can be stressful, not only for the service members but for their families also. A family care plan can help.
  • New financial readiness training coming in November

    Beginning Nov. 15, financial readiness training will be required for all Reserve Citizen Airmen at defined touchpoints throughout their military career.
  • Long Ranger Resilience: Staff Sgt. Jackson Stogsdill

    Each month, we highlight a Reserve Citizen Airman of the 307th Bomb Wing who has overcome obstacles to improve themselves and the Air Force. In October, we are featuring Staff Sgt. Jackson Stogsdill, an aircrew flight equipment journeyman with the 307th Operations Support Squadron.
  • Goldfein emphasizes fitness by walking (actually, running) the walk

    By the time he finished 13.1 miles later, the 59-year-old Goldfein was able to claim a personal achievement and something larger – a hard to miss statement from the highest levels about the critical role fitness plays in assuring that the Air Force meets every mission, every time and everywhere.