“You left us too soon!” A U.S. airman pens a letter to her younger brother, who died by suicide earlier this year: If you, or someone you know, is struggling with suicidal thoughts, reach out to the crisis line at 1-800-273-8255. #SPM19 #BeThere
This Airman is standing tall after overcoming domestic violence. He's sharing his story of how Air Force Mental Health professionals helped him to overcome and thrive in his life.
Today is the @usairforce 's 72nd birthday, so what better time to celebrate some local folks who have volunteered to serve! Here are A1C William A. Smith (Adair), Airman John A. Matheson (Tulsa) and Airman Tyler R. Ducharme (Sperry). Photos: Joint Hometown News Service
Before dying in combat in the Vietnam war in 1967, Americanairman, Col. Roy Knight Jr., said goodbye to loved ones at the Dallas airport. His remains were found recently and returned to the very place he said goodbye for the last time. READ MORE:
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: U.S. Airman spots an elderly woman with a walker struggling to carry her groceries home, then stops to help her 💙
US Airman lost both legs & an arm, but that's not enough sacrifice for who shut his page down. Watch and see why. After you hear his story, contact your Congressman and demand FB answer for this!
“You should be outraged not only as an airman, but as a human being" -- Jay B. Silveria