We have all heard the national anthem be sung, but how many of us have the courage to belt it out in front of a large crowd? An Airman at New Boston Air Force station is doing just that.
#MonthoftheMilitaryChild may be wrapping up, but there are still stories to tell. Read on about Captain Lee's experience as a Gold Star child and Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)
“It was really the first time I had the opportunity to interact with other kids who were going through what I was going through. That was a really rare and special thing that helped me in my own grief journey."
All this week you can register to save a life.
CALLING ALL MARKSMEN!
Tomorrow is your LAST CHANCE to sign up! It's free to participate, and where will you find another opportunity to show off your toy-gun skills? To register, call 567-6658 before it's too late!
If you need a Saturday morning read, THIS IS IT! Don't believe us? Read this tidbit, then click the link for more!
"All of us are surrounded by good folks trying to keep us on the right path, reminding us of good values--integrity, service and excellence. And, while I’m aware that perfection eludes us all, we must always continue to try to become better than what we are."
“The Green Dot message is that everyone can make a difference. It’s a positive choice someone makes to intervene, which makes it less likely for bad behavior to occur.”
If you haven't finished the new course, get it done! #LiveTheGreenDot
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You Matter - Peterson Air Force Base Suicide Prevention
Your life matters. For resources go to www.af.mil/Suicide-Prevention/Posted by Peterson AFB: 21st Space Wing on Saturday, April 14, 2018
UPDATE: Road conditions on and off Schriever Air Force Base are now green.
***ROAD CONDITION RED***
AS OF 0345L, ROAD CONDITIONS ON SCHRIEVER AFB AND OFF BASE ARE RED DUE TO ICE.
***ROAD CONDITION YELLOW***
For Schriever AFB: ROAD CONDITIONS ON SCHRIEVER AFB AND OFF BASE ARE YELLOW.
Conditions of limited visibility. Slick/snow covered roads. Conditions require increased awareness by
vehicle operations. Vehicle headlights will be used and all patrols must take necessary driving precautions.
You may or may not have heard that our new Air Force Space Command vice commander was able to come down alongside General Raymond recently!
If you don't know about him yet, or his role in assuring our #SpaceSuperiority, it's time to find out!
“My parents weren’t surprised when I told them I wanted to be security forces,” Palmer said.
“My mom tried to convince me to do something else, but I really wanted to do canine work. I remember seeing pictures of my father with his dog and seeing video tours of his kennel and thinking how cool it was."
Almost there Airman Palmer! We hope your dream of becoming a #MilitaryWorkingDog handler is achieved soon!
“Speak up, speak out and take some ownership,” Devon Thomas said. “This is our Air Force.”
Balloons and tickets and climbs- Oh my!
With Spring here (and Summer quick to arrive) let's not forget the opportunities awaiting us all in Outdoor Rec!