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March Minutes | May 4, 2012

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SSgt Collin Everson Swing Shift, 452 SFS HOMETOWN: Hemet, Ca. 0700 Daughter is up… Sleeping until noon is not going to happen! 1000 Time to get ready for work. Hope I’m posted somewhere with a decent view. 1200 Should to be out the door and headed to work, but knowing me, I probably forgot something. 1215 Yep, just as…

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Through my eyes: Surviving sexual assault

Posted April 27, 2012 by Airman Daniel B. Blackwell

SHAW AIR FORCE BASE, S.C. (AFNS) — “That night, my whole world turned upside down,” said Airman Samantha Smith, a sexual assault survivor in the Air Force. On the night Smith was recalling, she became a victim of sexual assault and took her first of many steps down the road to recovery. That night, Smith…

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Candid Comments | Month of the Military Child

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Vic Flores Job: Explosives Safety Manager Unit: 452 AMW Hometown: Moreno Valley, CA Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, hiking, barbequing “I believe the best way to support military children is to keep them involved. Better yet, have your children search out and invite others whose parents are deployed to join your family events. Even if it’s dinner…

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March Minutes | April 20, 2012

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Team Effort: Sue Lewis-Clark, Master Sgt. Christine Devin, Senior Airman Anahi Ledezma 452 Communications Squadron 0630 Arrive at work and open up shop. It’s usually quiet in the mornings, so we have time to gather our thoughts. 0700 Open the window to receive the military’s best customers…Team March. 0830 Time to teach individual trainees on how to prep…

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Pretty much just marshmallows

Posted April 20, 2012 by Chaplain Aaron Klaves

Back in the 1970’s a team of psychologists from Stanford University conducted an experiment on a group of young children. Don’t worry, it was nothing bad, in fact it was named the Marshmallow Test. The team would bring children, around four-years old or so, one at a time into a room and sit them down…

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Free time with the kids

Posted April 13, 2012 by Chaplain Aaron Klaves

Many years ago and early in his career the late Fred Rogers — you know, Mister Rogers — was trying to get his big break in children’s television. His show was becoming popular locally but still struggling to find a national audience. One day a major network asked to meet with Rogers to discuss the…

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Living with PTSD

Posted April 13, 2012 by 2nd Lt. Marie Denson

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. — “I started to get really depressed and lacked the desire to do anything but sit around and play online to ‘escape’ the real world,” he said. “I was having dreams of planes crashing, the smell of burnt flesh and rotting bodies. I still tried to push through this even as my…

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Candid Comments | Month of the Military Child

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What is it like to serve as a Military Child? Riley Lin Gautier, 10 & Sully James Gautier, 7 U.S. Army dependants Hometown: Fairbanks, Alaska Hobbies: Riley likes gymnastics, “The Wonder Years” and cleaning; Sully likes wrestling and video games “At first it’s really sad when my dad leaves. The worst thing about my dad…

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Take Time to Thank Unsung Heroes During Women’s History Month

Posted March 30, 2012 by Staff

FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas “” The topic of women came up in my office the other day. We were trying to figure out the best way to highlight Women’s History Month in the post newspaper, and we decided to ask a few outstanding women, “If you could be any other woman, who would you be…

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Candid Comments”‚|”‚Women’s History Month

Posted March 30, 2012 by Staff

Dena Tziouvalas Job: Accounting Technician Unit: 452 AMW/Travel Pay Hometown: Moreno Valley, Calif. Hobbies: Cooking, gardening, dancing “My mother influenced me the most. She was my role model and taught me great values in life such as respect, love and guidance. My mother taught me to treat people with dignity and appreciation and to help them as much as…

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