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  • Keeping resilient during COVID-19

    Life for service members and their families can feel like a whirlwind at times. Hectic work schedules, deployments, temporary duty assignments, permanent change of stations, maintaining a work/life balance and upholding the standards of the Armed Forces are just a few of the things placed upon military members and their family’s shoulders. Though
  • Never Stop Looking – Retired Airman celebrates his father’s life, legacy

    “I was 12 and sitting in the living room when there was a knock at the door. I answered it, and there was a lieutenant colonel, a man with a lot of stripes, I think a senior master sergeant, and a chaplain. And I knew right away something was wrong.” Richard Kibbey, retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and 45th Space Wing Antiterrorism Program
  • 45th SW Cape Family Day

    Families enjoyed a fun-filled day seeing several historical and operations sites on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. during the 45th Space Wing Cape Family Day on April 6, 2019.
  • April is Child Abuse Awareness, Prevention Month; promoting protective factors linked to healthy child development, strong families

    According to Pinwheels for Prevention, “Child development is largely influenced by early interactions with parents and caregivers; however, the community also plays a role in healthy child development.
  • A port in the storm; the Kriete family’s odyssey from Tyndall AFB to Patrick AFB

    (This story is part one of four of 1st Lt. Adam Kriete, 337th Air Control Squadron student, and his family coming to Patrick Air Force Base, Fla. from Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla.)  He thought it would be a Category 2, maybe a Category 3. Hurricane Michael was a Category 4 hurricane, displacing approximately 11,000 people from Tyndall AFB including
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