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  • Suicide Prevention: Suicide Myth No. 4

    Suicide Myth No. 4 MYTH: Suicides happen fast, and usually as the result of one sudden traumatic event, so there isn't anything you can do prevent them..
  • Suicide Prevention: Suicide Myth No. 4

    Suicide Myth No. 4 MYTH: Suicides happen fast, and usually as the result of one sudden traumatic event, so there isn't anything you can do prevent them..
  • AF selects 12 for Inter-American Squadron Officer School

    Twelve active-duty officers were recently selected to attend the Inter-American Squadron Officer School, or ISOS, at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, with the first of three classes starting in October 2018.The eight-week program is taught entirely in Spanish and emphasizes the
  • AFPC increases transparency of DSD assignments

    AFPC implements advanced notification for two Developmental Special Duty assignments in order to create more commander involvement and increase transparency of the DSD assignment process.
  • AF seeks nominations for 70th Annual Flemming Award

    Air Force officials are seeking nominations for the 70th annual Arthur S. Flemming award.
  • AF seeks nominations for 2019 Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Award

    Air Force officials are seeking nominations for the 2019 Brig. Gen. Wilma Vaught Visionary Leadership Award.
  • Suicide Prevention: Suicide Myth No. 3

    Suicide Myth No. 3: People who attempt suicide and survive are just seeking attention; they seldom ever try it again. Truth: At some level, all suicide attempts are cries for help by individuals experiencing a high degree of desperation. It is important to treat all attempts as serious. Once an attempt is made at any level of lethality, the risk for future and more serious attempts and completion increases significantly.
  • Suicide Prevention: Suicide Myth No. 3

    Suicide Myth No. 3: People who attempt suicide and survive are just seeking attention; they seldom ever try it again. Truth: At some level, all suicide attempts are cries for help by individuals experiencing a high degree of desperation. It is important to treat all attempts as serious. Once an attempt is made at any level of lethality, the risk for future and more serious attempts and completion increases significantly.
  • Air Force hosts EFMP summit for exceptional family members

    Being the parent of a child with asthma, cancer, autism or any other life-threatening or chronic condition is often a difficult journey that requires patience and sacrifice.Fortunately, thousands of active-duty members have found support through the Air Force Exceptional Family Member Program, which allows Airmen to proceed
  • AF selects winner of Gen. Mark A. Welsh One Air Force Award

    Air Force officials recently named the U.S. Air Force Airfield Pavement Evaluation Team, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, as the winner of the 2018 Gen. Mark A. Welsh III One Air Force Award.
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