• Recognizing Resilience: Brody and Macie Coyle

    Every year throughout April, the Department of Defense recognizes the unique challenges that military children face. As of 2023, 39% of servicemembers are parents, so more than 1.6 million children experience a unique upbringing due to their parent’s military service. During the Month of the

  • Military kids soar

    Military kids, 17th Training Wing leadership, and caretakers flew kites for the Purple Up event at the School Age Program building, April 20, 2022.

  • Col. Byrd reads to Glenmore Elementary students

    Col. Lauren Byrd, 17th Medical Group commander, read to students at Glenmore Elementary, as part of San Angelo READS!, a community-wide literacy initiative, and Month of the Military Child, in San Angelo, Texas, April 7.

  • Month of the Military Child Proclamation signing

    The San Angelo City Council hosted Goodfellow and the San Angelo Independent School District leadership, for a proclamation signing in recognition of the Month of the Military Child, during a monthly City Council meeting here at the McNease Convention Center, April 6.