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  • Airman has straight talk about PTSD and getting help

    More than a decade ago, Lt. Col. Kevin Lombardo was in Iraq when the area he was defending was hit by a rocket attack.The battle smells, the sounds, sights, touch and even the taste from that attack still haunt him on most days.Reliving the horror of that day over and over--and the fear and emotions

  • Sexual assault survivor’s harrowing story and inspiring messages

    One of the personality traits that makes U.S. service members unique people in their jobs, and in the world, is the ability to face a serious and scary life situation, adapt to it and turn it into a victory.Jasmine Sutton, former 341st Missile Wing Judge Advocate staff sergeant, was challenged in

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