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  • Homefront Heroes: The Unwavering Support of a Military Spouse

    My name is Deanna Novoa, the spouse of SrA Sean Novoa. He is a part of the 45th Force Support Squadron here at Patrick SFB. We have been stationed here for a little over 3 years now and thankfully we got lucky and are closer to home than most.

  • The Power of Connection and Belonging

    September is Suicide Prevention Month and is a perfect opportunity to focus on the Power of Connection. Suicide has a devastating impact on the family as well as co-workers, friends, and our entire community. Loneliness and isolation are powerful threats to our well-being.

  • What is resiliency?

    Today, resiliency is five families coming together for vacation as my mother-in-law battles terminal cancer.

  • Why I started to prioritize self care

    I always want to do more, be better, and continue contributing to the team. However, in order to do all of that, I was forgetting to take care of one key element – me.

  • Age is just a number

    Airman 1st Class Samuel Becker learns a valuable lesson in basic training.

  • The hardest months of my life

    I couldn’t believe my husband was about to leave. We were 19 years old, recently married, and had just moved to California. It was hard leaving my parents, but with him by my side, I was optimistic. But there I stood, waiting to say goodbye to my best friend for seven months.

  • Martin Luther King Jr., his life, his legacy

    At the 45th Space Wing and around the military, we commemorate many courageous individuals who’ve made tremendous impacts on our great nation. During the month of January, one of those individuals we celebrate the life and accomplishments of is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.King was born on January 15,

  • January is Mental Health Awareness Month

    MENTAL WELLNESS DEFINEDThe World Health Organization defines mental wellness as “a state of well-being in which an individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.” FOUR