Good times at the beach
Hispanics, Latinos celebrated from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15
Military and family life counselors offer short-term, non-medical counseling for life issues.
The United Through Reading program bonds military families separated by deployment through reading children’s books on video.
A Veterans Affairs education benefits class was held at the Airman and Family Readiness Center Aug. 14 for active duty service members, dependents and veterans.
Hundreds of Tyndall Air Force Base’s military children impacted by Hurricane Michael were forced to attend new schools after the Category Five storm ravaged the area.
National Child Abuse Prevention Month begins April 1. This year’s DoD theme is “Strong Communities Strengthen Families.”
Congratulations to the following parents who welcomed their new arrivals while stationed here:It's a boy Isaac James, born May 29 to Airman 1st Class Dalton and Kameron ChoateBenjamin Sadili, born June 29 to retired Master Sgt. John and Juvilyn BoboLukas Marcel, born June 25 to Oliver and Senior