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  • Suicide prevention: Together in this fight

    “Depression is not open weeping or purely suicidal ideation. Sometimes depression is a mask; someone goes to work, acts normal and then goes back to their dorm, apartment or house and sits down and does nothing until bedtime, rinse and repeat the entire process.”

  • Airman overcomes series of challenges relying on superb resiliency

    It was the first night in a while that she’d slept so soundly. Unfortunately, it was the one night she wishes she hadn’t. Murphy’s Law continued a long streak of unfolding in Janelle’s life. One incident after another. It was enough to yank the cheer right out of the average person, but not her.

  • Soto’s story: Overcoming pain and finding purpose

    As Tyndall evolves into the “Installation of the Future,” the base is working with thousands of contractors, vendors, and other guests who are assisting in the rebuild process. One of the first faces they see at Tyndall’s visitor’s center is Airman 1st Class Jocelyne Soto. Soto made the decision to

  • Pilot enters fitness competition, boosts resiliency

    Air Force PT tests have been suspended for over a year, and for Airmen like Lt. Col. Aaron Jones, finding motivation during the new normal became its own test. Jones entered into the Organization of Competition Bodies No Gear pro-am in Greensboro, North Carolina, under the Men’s Physique category.

  • Resilient and fit despite COVID-19

    On July 1, 2021, the Air Force will resume its physical fitness testing, following months of delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, Airmen of all ranks, ranging from new arrivals to those in the senior tier, have had to find different ways to maintain a healthy level of fitness