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The first step in suicide prevention is knowing your Airmen. The ability to sense something is wrong may make the difference in someone’s life.
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Capt. Sara Haimes, an Aeromedical Psychologist, helps soldiers develop skills that allow them to deal with combat stress effectively.
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The Holiday season is in full swing. Along with the festivities, this can be an especially trying time of the year for military families separated by deployment.
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One of the great things about being in the military is we all can relate to each other, especially when it comes to deployment, family separation, and work related stress.
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Ah, the honeymoon phase — when everything is fresh and exciting, when faults are merely quirks and fights are simply pent-up passion. Fast forward a few years and some couples may be scratching their heads, thinking, “Wait, we have to …
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