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  • Don’t stress, we’ve all been there

    The military lifestyle brings about constant change. With the biggest and most drastic of these changes being the act of physically uprooting the family, sometimes on a semi-annual or annual basis. As exciting as a change of scenery might be, a permanent change of station could also bring overwhelming stress or financial burden. Housing final-outs,
  • Survival: 10% physical, 90% mental

    TSgt. Lee Young, is the 86th Operations Group Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape noncommissioned officer in charge. As a SERE instructor, Lee teaches survival techniques to air crew, special operations personnel, and other military members who are at high risk of isolation. From his experience, Lee concludes that survival is mostly in the mind.
  • Commander’s Challenge tests Resilience

    Airmen from all over the 86th Airlift Wing conducted an annual sports and resiliency day Sept. 6, on Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
  • Deployed-in-place – building resiliency

    The 450th Intelligence Squadron, in partnership with the 693rd Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Group’s Airmen Resiliency Team, host a monthly Warbird Resiliency Week at Ramstein Air Base. This program provides a venue for deployed-in-place Airmen to collectively discuss how they deal with the stressors of having such a lifestyle and offer a normalized, phased resiliency period for every squadron member.
  • 10,000 and counting; DTC here to serve more re-deployers

    The Air Force Deployment Transition Center is continuing to push forth its mission to support the Air Force’s most valuable assets: Airmen.
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