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Air Education and Training Command News

  • How suicide changed my life

    When I was 18 years old, the problem felt permanent and the solution seemed simple. It had for years.I had struggled with depression and anxiety most of my teenage years. I fought off the urge to end my suffering because I was worried what it would do to my family and friends. As the years went on,

  • Two days could mean a lifetime to a Wingman

    Airmen can find the courage to help from Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, or ASIST, a suicide intervention skills training offered every month at Joint Base San Antonio. ASIST helps participants become more willing, ready and able to intervene with someone at risk of suicide.

  • SAIGE Military Meritorious Service Award winner fosters resilience, culture

    Maj. Tanya Mooneyham, 81st Medical Group Intensive Care Unit element leader, belongs to a group that comprises only two percent of the U.S. population and an even smaller percentage in the military.Mooneyham is proud of her Native American heritage which taught her resilience and enabled her to win

  • An Airman’s Story: From homeless child to squadron superintendent

    As a child, Tricia Adolphues lived in a car with her mom, little brother and sister shortly after moving to South Central Los Angeles, California. Today, the Air Force Reserve senior master sergeant is the 5th Flying Training Squadron superintendent at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

  • Air Force announces change to deployments

    The Air Force announced another milestone under the chief of staff’s number two focus area: Strengthening Joint Leaders and Teams.Airmen deploying on individual taskings will now deploy in teams of three or more. This move will provide mutual support during the entire deployment continuum. This

  • Family remains resilient throughout 20 years in the military

    The Quevy family was learning to be resilient long before it was considered a buzz word in the U.S. Air Force. Like a rubber band, resilience is being able to bounce back when life stretches an individual beyond their comfort zone. And like most situations, people do not understand their ability to

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