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Retired Lt. Dave Col. Grossman refers to a photograph taken during the 9/11 terrorist attack to express what stress does to the human body Nov. 13, 2017, at Creech Air Force Base, Nev. Grossman is a public speaker who focuses on the effects of combat and living a life of sacrifice. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Haley Stevens) Motivating Sheepdogs: Army colonel shares knowledge
Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Dave Grossman recently visited team Creech to discuss living a life of sacrifice and coping with the effects of combat, Nov. 13 to 14, 2017. Grossman, a former U.S. Military Academy West Point Psychology professor and the director of the Warrior Science Group, has researched the psychological cost of military service and the war on terrorism and now uses that knowledge to educate service members, law enforcement professionals and university students across the U.S.
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Flags at half-staff are a symbol of respect and honor for those who have passed and represents a time of mourning as a nation Vegas Strong: Airmen and families support victims of shooting
After the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, the Las Vegas community was left saddened and distraught, but not broken. Airmen from Nellis and Creech Air Force Base sprang into action to help on the domestic battlefield, doing all they could to help victims, their families and their beloved community. “Our 432nd Wing Hunters specialize in finding and neutralizing foreign threats who seek to harm our innocent citizens,” said Col. Julian Cheater, 432nd Wing and 432nd Air Expeditionary Wing commander. “Homegrown attackers are more difficult to locate.”
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