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  • I'm an American Airman Now

    As Exodus quickly approaches, many of our students are going to return home for the holidays. They may expect everything to stay the same. Looking back 20 years, I remember having a difficult time adjusting to my first visit home and I was expecting everything to be the same, but it wasn't. I was never briefed that going home could be a difficult
  • SAPR Guys Night Out

    Last night I went to the Guys Night Out, an annual Sexual Assault Prevention and Response event for males on base. The majority of the participants were students, although I recognized some permanent party. As I passed them by, we smiled and waved hello. The sound of hip hop and conversations spilled through the doors like sunlight through a
  • SAPR Girl's Night Out

    Walking in to the Event Center, I was hit with a storm of noise and excitement. People were smiling, handing out gifts, playing card games and taking photos of themselves and one another. With all the noise, I immediately went to the back of the room and sat quietly as I tried to figure out what was going on. It was the 5th Annual Sexual Assault
  • Drive Safely to Work Week

    It sounds funny, I know, Drive Safely to Work Week, what are they talking about? We drive to work safely every day. However, 52 percent of accidents that people are involved in happen within 5 miles of their home and 62 percent are within 10 miles of their home.This year’s Drive Safely to Work Week is Oct. 5 to Oct. 9. The theme is Plan Ahead.
  • September is National Preparedness Month: Week 5

    On Wednesday, September 30, 2015, join the nation in moving from awareness to action as communities prepare for hazards that impact their areas the most.Many activities happen around the country in which volunteers participate in. Find them using the advanced search or in the activities list on the America’s PrepareAthon! website. You can also plan