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  • Alamo Wing receives COVID-19, flu vaccinations

    Personnel from the 433rd Medical Group conducted a vaccine clinic at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland Nov. 6 with Airmen with the 433rd Airlift Wing and 960th Cyberspace Wing lined up for influenza and COVID-19 vaccines during a mass vaccination event.
  • AF Career Development Academy transforms CDC content, delivery to Airmen

    Using an approach to modernization centered on rapid curriculum development and agile curriculum updates, with an emphasis on tasks that are mission-focused, the effort ties to the people-first approach of Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr.'s Action Order-A (Airmen) and directly contributes to developing Airmen to ensure they are ready for the future fight.
  • Summer plans? Have fun, stay safe with tips from TRICARE

    Are you vaccinated and excited for summer sun, fun and travel? You aren’t alone. While you get back out there to enjoy all the joys of summer, TRICARE encourages you to do your part to prevent health emergencies.
  • 960 CW hosts Mental Health and Resiliency Fair at JBSA

    The 960th Cyberspace Wing kicked off National Mental Health Awareness Month by inviting service members, civilians and their families to its inaugural Mental Health and Resiliency Fair here, May 1, with more than 800 attendees both in-person and virtually.
  • Air Force transitions from CVR Teams to more secure systems

    Beginning June 15, Commercial Virtual Remote (CVR) Teams will no longer be an option within the Air Force, and all information stored in that system will go away. As the CVR environment goes away, the Air Force network version of Microsoft Teams – a separate application with slightly different capabilities – will be enhanced to be more like CVR.
  • Suicide Leaves Bruises: His Name is Brandon

    [Editor's Note: The hard topic of suicide is one that we here at the Air Force Wounded Warrior Program engage in every day. We hope this story will generate conversations and give you insight into the pain and misery a family feels when a loved one commits suicide.]Brandon James Myhre was only 20 years old when he took his life at his parent’s home
  • Sleep is critical - for children and adults

    Routines play an important part in mental health. One routine people often overlook when they have coping problems, depression, weight issues, behavior changes, or decreased athletic performance, is sleep. I personally struggled for many years to find balance and routine regarding sleep because I am afraid of missing something – I get caught up in checking my phone at night.
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