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  • CMSAF Wright talks resiliency and readiness at all call

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright discussed resiliency and readiness with Tinker Airmen during an All Call held at the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center.
  • Hanscom Airman Codes his way to Bronze Star

    Capt. Sergio Sierra deployed to the Middle East from October 2017 to April 2018 and coded a better way for coalition forces to request intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets on missions, earning a Bronze Star for his innovation and bringing unique experience back to the Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence and Networks Directorate.
  • ACC encourages deliberate mentorship of total force

    The Air Force is emphasizing the importance of deliberate development by encouraging mentorship of the total force. Mentoring is an essential ingredient in developing well-rounded, professional and competent future leaders, and the overall goal of this drive is to help Airmen maximize their full potential.
  • Offutt stands-up Emergency Family Assistance Center

    The Offutt Airman & Family Readiness Center is scheduled to host an Emergency Family Assistance Center 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., March 21 and 22.
  • Airman’s quick response saves life

    It was a typical Friday afternoon in February for Staff Sgt. Brandon Nickell, an intelligence analyst assigned to the 8th Intelligence Squadron, who had plans to leave work, head to the gym for a quick workout and eventually start his weekend of relaxation – there was however, a slight change of plans.
  • Maj. Gregory Harris: A story of resiliency

    In 2012, during Operation Enduring Freedom, Maj. Gregory Harris, then a captain, deployed to Bagram Airfield with the 41 Expeditionary Electronic Combat Squadron, 455 Air Expeditionary Wing, as the mission crew commander of an EC-130H. Serving as the mission crew commander, he was responsible for ensuring the flight crew successfully (and safely) completed the mission: providing counter communication support to coalition forces. While deployed, Harris was part of a special operations raid supporting a mission that made an everlasting impression and continues to significantly impact his life. Following this mission, and upon returning home from his deployment, Harris was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Through sharing his story, he is determined to show Airmen that one can receive successful ongoing treatment and continue to serve as a vital member of the Air Force.
  • Embedded care teams work to improve Airman resiliency

    For Airmen at the 363rd Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, stress is an occupational hazard. Pressing deadlines, a heavy workload and constant pressure are requirements of the mission. They are also one of a growing number of units combating those stressors with an embedded care initiative, known as an Airman Resiliency Team, which fully integrates medical and spiritual support teams into the unit.