Support for Special Operations Forces and Their Families

Hero is a title which can be claimed by the many service members who have given their all to defend our country, and support our missions overseas. For special operations airmen, undergoing covert missions can be understandably stressful. Upon returning from those missions, every day life can become difficult, and the stress can cause harm. It is for that reason, that the Preservation of the Force and Family Resiliency was created.

The Preservation of the Force and Family Resiliency, a new program from the United States Air Force Special Operations Command, sets out to improve mental health for special operations forces, as well as maintain family resiliency. It is with moral support and teamwork that help to keep these men and women moving strong.

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