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Default Air Force Logo Survive and Thrive: Air Force Wounded Warrior program helps Airmen transition
Thirteen years ago, Master Sgt. Rodney Young's plane went down.On a refueling mission for helicopters in Afghanistan, Feb. 13, 2002, Young and seven crew members crashed on the C-130 they were flying in. All eight on board survived.Young suffered back and knee injuries resulting in several different procedures to repair the damage. He had two knee
0 6/19
2015
Default Air Force Logo Program offers plethora of resources to service members
The Air Force Wounded Warrior program has changed since its inception in 2008.As part of the Airman and Family Readiness Center, Linn Watkins, the base representative receptive care coordinator, handles the cases at Robins.There are 4,300 members in the program worldwide; Robins has 37 active cases, Watkins said.The program has been expanded to
0 6/19
2015
Default Air Force Logo EAP Updates and schedules
Personal problems can affect the lives of employees both at home and at work.To help prevent, identify and resolve potential stressors or issues, Air Force Materiel Command partners with Federal Occupational Health to provide our Employee Assistance Program services. EAP services are offered free (limitations apply) to civilians and their family
0 6/16
2015
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Some products being sold through commercial vendors contain hemp seeds, a prohibited substance for military members. The Air Force prohibits military members from ingesting any product that contains or is derived from hemp seed or hemp oil to help ensure military readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration/ Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer) Hemp seed products prohibited
Plant based proteins are increasing in popularity as an eco-friendly, sustainable way to fuel workouts and meet energy needs.One protein on the rise is the controversial hemp seed.While hemp seeds have been consumed around the world for almost 12,000 years, the vegetarian protein source has recently been added to some favorite grocery staples and
0 6/16
2015
Default Air Force Logo A&FRC program equips key spouses to help others
Key spouses are the go-to people when military life issues arise.While they don't have all of life's answers, thanks to the Airman & Family Readiness Center's Key Spouse University training, they can certainly point spouses in the right direction to help them meet their needs.Tech. Sgt Ronald Megginson, Readiness noncommissioned officer in charge
0 6/16
2015
Default Air Force Logo Program prepares separating, retiring service members for future
Beginnings can be scary, but Robins Air Force Base service members don't have to face them alone.Retiring Airmen and people separating from military service have the Transition Assistance Program in the Airman & Family Readiness Center to give them guidance as they journey into their life's next chapter.Julie Thompson, A&FRC's Transition Assistance
0 6/12
2015
Default Air Force Logo Fun, food, festivities: How to enjoy the season safely
For most people, summer means outdoor activities, traveling and food.With the onset of picnics, ball games, afternoon cookouts and those weekend trips to the lake or beach, it's important to keep safety in mind. Awareness of heat stress, food safety and insect protection are key to a fun and enjoyable season.HEAT STRESSHeat-related illnesses claim
0 6/12
2015
Default Air Force Logo Healthy Start screening event scheduled
It's that time of year again. The 78th Medical Group will be providing Healthy Start Screenings for Tricare beneficiaries entering Georgia schools for the first time.Screenings are for students from pre-k through 12th grade and will be conducted July 11 and 25 from 9 a.m until noon in Bldg. 700A - no appointments are necessary.Children will have
0 6/08
2015
Default Air Force Logo Fun, food, festivities: How to enjoy the season safely
For most people, summer means outdoor activities, traveling and food.With the onset of picnics, ballgames, afternoon cookouts and those weekend trips to the lake or beach, it's important to keep safety in mind. Awareness of heat stress, food safety and insect protection are key to a fun and enjoyable season.HEAT STRESSHeat-related illnesses claim
0 6/08
2015
Default Air Force Logo Want to volunteer? There's a list for that
Volunteers are needed in many areas both on base and in the surrounding community.The Volunteer Program at the Airman & Family Readiness Center assists those who are interested find their niche.There are many different reasons people want to spend their time in service of others without pay, said Sylvia Lucas, Community Readiness Specialist."Some
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2015
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