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  • AFMC Connect November focus: Thoughtful

    The Air Force Materiel Command Connect focus for November is thoughtful. Team members who are thoughtful in their interactions with fellow Airmen add an essential ingredient to the health and overall success of the organization.

  • AFMC Connect October focus: Outlook

    The AFMC Connect focus for October is outlook. This can be defined as the unique perspective through which an individual views life. A person’s outlook on life can impact their daily interactions both at home and in the workplace.

  • AFMC Connect September focus: Resilience

    Resilience is the AFMC Connect focus for September. Resilience is the strength to find positive solutions, or a ‘better way’ during times of distress.

  • Immunization entwined in Armed Forces history

    National Immunization Awareness Month is an annual observance held in August to emphasize the importance of vaccination to protect the health of people of all ages. The term immunization is used interchangeably with vaccination, although they are not one in the same.

  • AFIMSC chaplain team offers stress management strategies

    While stress is a natural part of life, being able to recognize and manage it – and knowing when and how to get help when it reaches an unhealthy level — is important for overall wellbeing. The AFIMSC Chaplain Corps is one resource available to help Airmen and families manage stress

  • High risk, big reward: planning for Denali

    Five current and former Airmen recently finished scaling a 20,310-foot climb up Denali in Alaska, the highest point in North America on June 19, 2021. The climbs are done mainly in the name of resiliency, but without the extensive use of risk management before and throughout the adventures, they may

  • AFMC Connect broadens to encompass family

    The AFMC Connect is now including the family unit in its offerings of resiliency training for the command. Family Connection stresses the importance of coming together as a family to reinforce the bonds that exist between those who share one’s life.

  • AFMC Connect July focus: Character

    The AFMC Connect focus for July is character. This is defined as the particular qualities or characteristics an individual displays that makes them distinct from another.  

  • SOAR Keeps Teens’ Mental Health at the Forefront

    Air Force Test Center’s Christeen Greenwell, Tech. Sgt. Janna Ybarra, and Ariel Eishen came together to create the Support Outreach Action Resilience (SOAR) Program, for teens at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., to encourage social interaction and create a peer-to-peer support system with the goal of