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  • 2021 Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Recognition Award Winners

    The Davis Monthan Air Force Base Community Action Team (CAT), a collaboration of the 355th Wing Staff Helping Agencies, won the 2021 Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Recognition Award by rallying total force Airmen and families toward preventing suicide and creating resilience across the

  • Readiness and resiliency through fitness

    Airmen often set personal goals while on deployment. Some work toward furthering their education, while others learn to play an instrument or reach financial goals. Many Airmen assigned to the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing set personal fitness goals to improve their Physical Fitness Assessment scores,

  • Working at remaining resilient during the holidays

    Holidays are a time for traveling and preparing to spend time with families. This can be an exciting time, especially since COVID-19 has been keeping families apart, but for some, this is can be a really hard time to cope with since many may not be surrounded by loved ones.

  • JBLE Med lab tech learns resilience, growth while deployed

    Staff Sgt. Aubrey J. Eckley, a medical laboratory technician assigned to the 380th Expeditionary Medical Group here, wasn’t expecting to spend time at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, when she originally deployed from Langley Air Force Base, Virginia to Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, as part of

  • Airpower starts with Airmen

    Leadership from the 355th Maintenance Group recently came up with a course designed to help A-10C Thunderbolt II maintainers at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, Oct. 16-21, 2021.

  • 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.”