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VR suicide prevention training

Victor Jones, Air Mobility Command suicide prevention program manager and VR suicide prevention contract owner, pictured, believes "there is no greater prevention need right now than getting at suicide prevention in the Air Force." The command and tech company Moth+Flame are currently conducting VR suicide prevention training pilot testing at two installations providing "a training experience unlike anything ever encountered … a realistic conversational interaction in a simulated environment that would have unparalleled realism in having these difficult, uncomfortable but necessary conversations,” Jones said. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Christopher Herbert)

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VR suicide prevention training
Victor Jones, Air Mobility Command suicide prevention program manager and VR suicide prevention contract owner, pictured, believes "there is no greater prevention need right now than getting at suicide prevention in the Air Force." The command and tech company Moth+Flame are currently conducting VR suicide prevention training pilot testing at two installations providing "a training experience unlike anything ever encountered … a realistic conversational interaction in a simulated environment that would have unparalleled realism in having these difficult, uncomfortable but necessary conversations,” Jones said. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Christopher Herbert)

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