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Art therapy provides lifeline for wounded warriors

WASHINGTON — Service members who take part in art therapy to soothe the symptoms of war’s invisible wounds display acts of courage and resilience to...

AFRL officer gives freedom new meaning

Courtesy photographAir Force Research Laboratory scientist 1st Lt Simeon Hanks on the left and 2nd Lt. Parker Van Sickle at a directed energy...

Airman seeks to rejoin pararescue team despite loss of leg

In July 2011, Staff Sgt. August O’Neill, a pararescueman, was sent to rescue a group of Marines pinned down in Afghanistan when enemy insurgents...

Refugee to Airman

Air Force photograph by Senior Airman Ridge ShanTech. Sgt. Odette Youkhanna Esho, 56th Communications Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of knowledge management, stands...

Retired Airman’s resilience sets leading example

Air Force photograph by Senior Airman Alyssa D. Van HookRetired Senior Airman Karah Behrend, a member of the Air Force Wounded Warriors Program,...

Healing from invisible wounds

Air Force photograph by Master Sgt. Chad ThompsonTech. Sgt. Christopher D’Angelo, right, a missile alert facility manager with the 490th Missile Squadron, Malmstrom...

Life after loss: One Air Force family’s journey to recovery

Air Force photograph by Senior Airman Chip PonsLt. Col. Melchizedek “Kato” Martinez (center) and two of his children, Kianni (left) and Kimo (right)...

KMC members honor Kindergraves

452 American children laid to rest in the Kaiserslautern Kindergraves during the Ramstein Area Chief's Group and German-American and International Women's Club's Kindergraves Memorial...

Overcoming, looking past disabilities

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- A series of wrong choices one night - driving too fast without a seat belt - resulted in an automobile...

Airman beats cancer, completes 22nd marathon

Courtesy photographSenior Master Sgt. Todd Kirkwood, the 167th Maintenance Group superintendent, gives a thumbs up at mile 25 of the Chicago Marathon, Oct....
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