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  • 624th CES Augments Active Duty

    The 624th Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) spent six months with the 374th Civil Engineer Squadron at Yokota Air Base, Japan, as part of 374 CES’s innovative Augmentation Program.
  • Cope with Stress in Postive Ways

    A balanced lifestyle through Comprehensive Airman Fitness, or CAF. CAF encourages taking care of each other and ourselves through wellness in four domains – mental, physical, social, and spiritual. CAF can help instill or strengthen existing Protective Factors to help you cope with stress or challenges in positive ways.
  • Guam Reserve Citizen Airmen support Cope North exercise

    Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 44th Aerial Port Squadron here participated in Cope North 2021, a multilateral U.S. Pacific Air Forces-sponsored field training exercise conducted on Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Feb. 3-19.
  • 624th Reserve Citizen Airmen administered COVID-19 vaccine first dose

    Medical personnel and first responders assigned to the 624th Regional Support Group received the initial dose of the COVID-19 vaccine Jan. 22 at Hickam Memorial Fitness Center on Joint Base Pearl-Harbor Hickam. In a total force effort with the 15th Medical Group and the 624th Aeromedical Staging Squadron medics, the vaccine was administered to emergency services personnel which includes firefighters, health care providers and security forces.
  • Maintaining resiliency in paradise

    With Air Force suicide rates rising 33 percent in 2019, and the numbers are trending upwards this year. It is vital for the military to provide the proper tools for resiliency to all members, especially those returning from deployment. Fortunately, Military Wellness and Recreation assists as a part of the whole structure that military resiliency in their recreation facilities, namely Bellows Air Force Station on the northeast side of Oahu. The 624th Civil Engineer Squadron is getting a chance to support military resiliency by sending members to Bellows for facility maintenance and updates mid-July to aid in that mission.
  • USO: The Force Behind the Forces

    In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted to synergize several service organizations into an organization that would honor and provide the utmost support to the U.S. military, both domestic and abroad.
  • Senior leaders salute Yellow Ribbon Program

    The Air Force Reserve’s top senior enlisted leader regrets not bringing his wife and daughter to Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program training before he deployed to Southwest Asia in 2013."I missed the boat,” Chief Master Sgt. Timothy White said Sept. 28 at a Yellow Ribbon event in Florida. “I fell into that category where I was too busy, and I did
  • Resilience tactical pause tips for individual Reservists

    While traditional Reservists will participate in their unit’s resilience tactical pause during a unit training assembly weekend, individual Reservists’ participation in resilience training may prove more challenging since their active-duty assigned units may execute resilience tactical pause events when the individual Reservist is not scheduled for
  • Hawaii native Airman channels love of surfing into skateboard skills

    For Airman 1st Class and Hawaii native, Tiani Ray, surfing is a way for her to connect with nature, and was a way to build self-esteem while growing up. Now she’s thousands of miles away in the middle of the United States serving her country and finding that skateboarding has become the next best way to reconnect with her love of surfing.
  • Resilience tactical pause: As suicide rates climb, the Air Force takes time to focus on connectedness

    With the Air Force and the Air Force Reserve facing an increase in the number of suicides, senior leaders directed a resilience tactical pause – a time for all Airmen (military and civilian) to gather with their coworkers and focus on connectedness and resilience. “My goal is to build healthy Airmen – Airmen who are mentally, psychologically,
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