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The Air Force Employee Assistance Program has relaunched with a new phone number, 1-866-580-9078, and new website, www.AFPC.af.mil/EAP. The program will provide the same services and same access to care provided in the past with continued access 24/7 via telephone, website or in-person. (Courtesy graphic)
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"The Air Force Starts Here" is Air Education and Training Command's professional development podcast. The professional development podcasts are designed to help communicate and inform Total Force Airmen across the globe on relevant, timely topics related to the recruiting, training, education and development fields and can be listened to on the government network on the AETC website, or via mobile application as well as on Apple Podcasts (iTunes). For Android or Google mobile users, the podcast can be found on their favorite third-party podcast phone application. (U.S. Air Force graphic / 1st Lt. Robert Guest)
The holiday season is a time for celebrating with family and friends.  Unfortunately it’s also a time for stress and fatigue.  Between traveling, planning and festivities, it’s easy to put safety on the back burner. So it is critical to incorporate risk management into our holiday routine.
Illustration of the letters EFMP, which stand for Exceptional Family Member Program.
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The Air Force Civil Engineer Center's step-by-step guide to the established privatized housing dispute resolution process.
Safety is a key component in any holiday celebration.
Infographic on 10 tips for safer turkey frying.
Image of four text boxes explaining the four pillars of Comprehensive Airmen Fitness ( mental, physical, emotional and spiritual).
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Nicholas Vead, 353rd Special Warfare Training Wing, Tactical Air Control Party instructor, demonstrates his equipment for Tim Burke, Air National Guard Bureau civic leader from Bellevue, Nebraska, Nov. 7, 2019, at Joint Base San Antonio-Medina Annex, Texas. During the visit, civic leaders toured missions of 37th Training Wing, 12th Flying Training Wing, 502nd Air Base Wing and Air Force Recruiting Service, all at JBSA locations. The Air Force Civic Leader Program is an Air Staff-level program comprising major command-selected community leaders from a wide variety of industries and sectors, including banking and economic development, construction, manufacturing, education, healthcare, science and technology. The program helps community leaders understand and advocate for the Air Force's diverse missions.