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Category: Resiliency
  • Force Budget Update

    Military and civilian attendees listen to discussions during the Air Force District of Washington Financial Management and Comptroller Conference in the Smart Conference Center here March 1, 2018. The day-long total force event covered myriad topics to include accounting, budget, manning and other key financial issues. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master
  • Taking Care of Deployed Airmen

    Making a difference -- one care package at a time.
  • The Concert Band and Singers on Tour! What’s it like?

    The Concert Band and Singing Sergeants just wrapped up their fall 2017 concert tour, which started in Kansas City, MO and concluded in Indianapolis, IN. While on tour, the Concert Band and Singing Sergeanrs appeared on local television and radio stations, conducted clinics, masterclasses and panel discussions with music students, and performed for
  • New DOD Safe Helpline Mobile App now available

    The Department of Defense announced its new DOD Safe Helpline Mobile Application. With this new app, service members transitioning to civilian life will have access to critical resources that assist in managing the short- and long-term effects of sexual assault. This new app is the latest in a string of technological innovations designed to support
  • AF top enlisted leader discusses resiliency

    Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Roy addressed a crowd of civic leaders and DOD personnel on the necessity of promoting a total force culture of resiliency on Capitol Hill April 5. During the presentation, the Air Force's top enlisted leader discussed many issues surrounding resiliency such as accidental deaths, combat-related deaths and
  • AFDW caps off fitness challenge

    Air Force District of Washington wrapped up the February Fitness Challenge with a capstone event March 1 at the West Fitness Center, Joint Base Andrew, Md. "It's meant to be a fun way to celebrate all the hard work you've put in over this month," said Captain Mary Lent, AFDW section commander. "The event also hopefully reinforced the message of
  • AFDW recognizes resiliency

    The Air Force District of Washington February Fitness Challenge is wrapping up with a capstone event March 1 at the West Fitness Center, Joint Base Andrew, Md. Nine more teams are needed for the competition.All AFDW Airmen are encouraged to come out and support the 10 teams who volunteer to compete in the day's events. There are nine more spots
  • Veterans Crisis Line available 24/7

    If you're a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, responders at the Veterans Crisis Line offer help that can make a difference. caring, qualified VA professionals are standing by to provide free and confidential support. Use the Veterans Chat to get online support anonymously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year --even if you're not
  • AFDW's 'Monumental' February Fitness Challenge

    Individuals trying to reinvigorate their workout plan, wanting an excuse to start exercising, or looking to keep their New Year's resolutions from trickling off have a phenomenal resource coming up in the month of February, according to Capt. Mary Lent, Air Force District of Washington section commander. AFDW announces the February Fitness
  • You Have the Power to Quit Tobacco in 2012

    Once the holidays have come and gone, it's time to reflect on you and where you want to be in the coming year. If you've tried to quit tobacco before or have been contemplating quitting for a while, now is the time to do so. A decision like this is not for your mother, not for your spouse, and not for your significant other. This is the time is for