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Ensuring a military member’s awareness of the limitations and consequences of alcohol abuse and driving under the influence can have on a career could prevent them from crossing the line of another drink or the decision to get behind the wheel.  To learn more about the consequences of and alcohol abuse, call Alcohol, Drug Abuse Program and Treatment at 883-8373.  (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/Samuel King Jr.) Drinking and driving a commonplace problem
"This is the first time I have ever driven a vehicle after drinking!"  How many times has this statement been made when someone is charged with a DUI?  What is the probability that the statement is true?  As an Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program counselor, I want to address these inquiries, but first lay the foundation behind
0 5/18
2015
Mental Health Timeline May 2015 (AF Graphic / Steve Thompson) May is Mental Health Month
Have you ever had "the rug pulled out from under you?"  Have you ever been blindsided by bad news, or maybe realized an important relationship was coming to an end?  Perhaps you've experienced a number of smaller stressors piling up over time? These kinds of things seem to happen at the worst possible times. Then again, is there ever really a good
0 5/07
2015
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. SAAP month is a global observance aiming to shine a light on sexual assault. This year's theme is "Eliminate Sexual Assault: Know Your Part. Do Your Part." Eliminating sexual assault requires every service member be a steadfast participant in creating an appropriate culture and upholding military core values. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Airman 1st Class Zade C. Vadnais) Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month for the Department of Defense.  This year's theme is "Eliminate Sexual Assault.  Know Your Part.  Do Your Part."Every Airman, at every level of our Air Force, has a unique role in preventing this crime and, when prevention fails, responding to it.  Each of us has a responsibility to foster a
0 4/03
2015
Default Air Force Logo Commander thanks personnel for efforts
As Airmen, two of our most important jobs are caring for each other and maintaining readiness.  Readiness means many different things across the wing, based on your given mission area; however, the one constant is our ability to execute any given mission whenever and wherever called upon. We frequently assess our readiness using exercises and
0 3/16
2015
Master Sgt (E-7) and First Sergeant Who am I? Who are you? Who are we?
What's your job?  Over the years, I've been asked this question countless times whether it be while in-processing new units, deploying, attending professional military education, or while participating in various panels. The answers are as numerous and varied as the titles in the Air Force.  For most of us, the answer is easy.  I am a First
0 3/04
2015
Default Air Force Logo Holiday reflection illuminates successful year
Despite the increased activity the holiday season often brings, this time of year also presents an opportunity for reflection. I would like to thank all AFMC personnel for your exceptional dedication and professionalism in meeting our mission of equipping our Air Force for world dominant airpower. I also thank your families and loved ones for their
0 12/15
2014
A screen shot of the new 96th Test Wing mission video highlights Team Eglin Airmen who portrayed their role in how they help "make it happen.”  The video was created to demonstrate that every group, squadron and unit in the wing is crucial to creating the framework of a successful test and successfully accomplishing the mission. (courtesy graphic) 'Making It Happen' one Airman at a time
Earlier this year, I asked our former Command Chief Marcus Snoddy to work with our Public Affairs office to create a 96th Test Wing mission video that demonstrates our mission accomplishment as a unified wing. While the activation of the 96th Test Wing occurred more than two years ago, the transition to the largest wing in the Department of Defense
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2014
Courtesy graphic AFMC encourages safety, drive sober for holidays
Drinking and driving shatters lives. The nightmare can start with a phone call from law enforcement informing you that a family member has been involved in an alcohol-related accident."Drunk driving is 100 percent preventable and avoidable," said Steve Callon, AFMC Drug Demand Reduction Manager. "Planning ahead to have a designated sober driver is
0 12/08
2014
Default Air Force Logo Eagle Eyes: be observant, report suspicious behavior
Security Forces defend the base, but everyone can help ensure Eglin is safe and sound through the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' Eagle Eyes program."Eagle Eyes enlists the help of base personnel whether active duty, reservist, family members, or civilian contractors and the civilian communities surrounding the base, to remain vigilant
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2014
Default Air Force Logo Veterans Day is a day for gratitude
Every generation hopes that the next will never have to go to war. Yet, as our United States Air Force approaches its 25th year of sustained combat operations, willing men and women from throughout our country continue to answer their nation's call to protect our freedoms.Veterans Day is a time to remember the men and women who have served in our
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2014
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