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Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF)

 

 
The goal of Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF) is to help our Airmen, Air Force civilians and family members become more resilient and better-equipped to deal with the rigors of military life. This is accomplished by reinforcing the four pillars of fitness and by creating a sense of belonging on installations through the five Cs.
 
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Total Force Fitness (TFF)

 

 
Total Force Fitness (TFF) is a framework for building and maintaining health, readiness, and performance in the Department of Defense. It views health, wellness, and resilience as a holistic concept where optimal performance requires a connection between mind, body, spirit, and family/social relationships.
Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness (CSF2)

 

             
Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) is designed to build resilience and enhance performance of the Army Family — Soldiers, their Families, and Army Civilians. CSF2 does this by providing hands-on training and self-development tools so that members of the Army Family are better able to cope with adversity, perform better in stressful situations, and thrive in life.
                
21st Century Sailor & Marine

 

The 21st Century Sailor office provides our Sailors and families with the support network, programs, resources, training, and skills needed to overcome adversity and thrive. 21st Century Sailor promotes resiliency in all service members and Navy families, as well as collaboration and synergy across a spectrum of wellness that maximizes total force fitness.

 

The Operational Stress Control Program maintains a robust strategic communications effort to promote comprehensive wellness and stress navigation throughout the Fleet. Every Sailor, Every Day is OPNAV N171's FY15 integrated communications campaign encouraging all Sailors, leaders, families and members of the Navy community to strengthen their connections with those around them. The campaign focuses on peer support, individual responsibility, open communication and bystander intervention as ongoing contributors to resilience and protective factors during adversity.

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Resiliency - Building a Stronger You

Joint Base San Antonio wants all service members, civilians, contractors, and their families to be Resilient.

One definition of resilience is the ability to withstand, adapt, recover and/or grow in the face of challenges and demands.

Becoming resilient requires a comprehensive approach that focuses on the mind, body and spirit working together ... and it is not a journey you have to undertake alone.
JBSA is here to help!

If you are in need of help at any time while stationed at JBSA, reach out to one of the many helping agencies and resources listed here. 


Master Resiliency Training

   

Master Resilience Training (MRT) is a key component of the Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF) and Comprehensive Solider and Family Fitness (CSF2) program. Master Resilience Training teaches resilience skills to enhance performance and increase resiliency, both individually and collectively. The Master Resilience Training Course is an established training program that has demonstrated efficacy in reducing behavioral health problems.

Resilience is critical for success and well-being, and patrons will learn about the core factors that predict resilience, with a specific focus on the factors that are amenable to change. Service members who attend will serve as subject matter experts for their commanders.

Skills learned include goal setting, energy management, emotion awareness and regulation, impulse control, de-catastrophizing, putting it in perspective, effective communication, challenging negative beliefs, problem solving, and real time resilience. Additionally, several techniques proven successful by elite sports figures and athletes will be introduced, such as imagining success, goal setting, and energy management.

The 5 C's of CAF

 

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