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  • Through it all, Airman bounces back after hardship

    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, AK -- An Airman from the 176th Communications Flight exemplifies someone who had a difficult childhood but refused to give up in the face of their struggles by using her military career and available resources to overcome adversity and achieve success.U.S. Air Force

  • Resiliency Operations Center opens to Airmen & families

    KINGSLEY FIELD, Ore. -- 173rd Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Jeff Edwards, cut the grand-opening ribbon on the Resiliency Operations Center at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore. October, 17, 2021. The newly remodeled center is the home to the Kingsley Resiliency Team, made up of the Director of

  • Kingsley Resiliency Team hosts virtual classes

    The 173rd Fighter Wing’s Resiliency Team worked together for January drill weekend to host virtual life and health classes for Airmen and their families. Many types of classes were offered such as finance, health, fitness and personal development.

  • Psychological health director a lighthouse in storm

    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – A single COVID cell is no more than 140 nanometers in diameter – about 1/500th the width of a human hair – but it has come to dominate daily life the world over. Beyond its physical health impact, Diann Richardson, 176th Wing director of psychological

  • Virginia Airmen innovate, adapt as drills become remote

    When the shelter-in-place order was issued in Virginia, the state’s National Guard units were no exception to the rule. Regularly scheduled drills in April, May and June were to be conducted remotely, setting a new precedent for education managers and unit leadership to reassess their approach.For

  • Guam ANG 'family' supports each other, mission

    For most military members, the biggest sacrifice of military service is being away from loved ones. Countless birthdays, holidays and anniversaries are spent in other parts of the world. While there is no replacement for family and friends, Airmen from the 254th Force Support Squadron have managed