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  • PTSD: Clearing the noise

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Day is June 27, 2018. PTSD is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, a natural disaster, a car accident, or sexual assault.
  • Men’s Health: raising awareness

    June is Men’s Health Awareness Month and medical personnel at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, are advocating for male service members to get a checkup as a preventive measure for health risks.
  • SAI program embraces Colorado climate

    With 300 days of sunshine in Colorado Springs, it’s no wonder Airmen look for any excuse they can to get outside. Seth Cannello, fitness center director with the 50th Force Support Squadron, explained the Single Airman Initiative program was designed to offer Airmen opportunities to attend day trips, usually outside, to experience things they may not otherwise do on their own.
  • Airman unites Schriever through running

    Certain circumstances in life cause you to change your pace, and sometimes your entire route. For 2nd Lt. Andrew Johnson, student with the 50th Operations Support Squadron, he had to run at a different pace after he was injured playing lacrosse in college at Catholic University in Washington, D.C.
  • Airman’s goal highlights endurance, self-improvement

    The Ironman Triathlon is a challenge which tests the athletic skill and endurance of its participants, many of whom do not cross the finish line.
  • AAPI service members support AF throughout history

    May is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, set aside to highlight those whose origins constitute this geographical area, and the benefits they bring to the U.S.
  • Chaplain to give his last high-five

    Sometimes, a high-five from a smiling chaplain is all you need to get through the work day. Capt. Portmann Werner, chaplain with the 50th Space Wing, began his chaplain career at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado August 28, 2015.
  • Airman’s transition helps self, Air Force grow

    There are more than 300,000 active service members in the Air Force, with professions ranging from pilots to space operations officers.
  • Leading people key to mission, UEI success

    “Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play together is another story.” Both a player and later a manager in the mid-1900s, baseball legend Casey Stengel knew individual talent is not enough to win ball games. While Stengel was unable to defeat father time, his words have stood the test of time.
  • TAPS: Legacies of love

    Taps, a signal to military members as the end to the day, has been given new meaning to family members who have listened to its somber tune echo through graveyards, symbolizing the end of their loved one’s life.
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