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Operation Heroes is an annual event that allows children to experience a pre-departure briefing and demonstrations from more than 10 different units around base. During the event, children tasted Meals Ready-to-Eat, got their faces painted, saw Explosive Ordnance Disposal demonstrations and weapons displays. Operation Heroes 2018
Operation Heroes is an annual event that allows children to experience a pre-departure briefing and demonstrations from more than 10 different units around base. During the event, children tasted Meals Ready-to-Eat, got their faces painted, saw Explosive Ordnance Disposal demonstrations and weapons displays.
0 6/04
2018
Default Air Force Logo Why WIC: linking families to nutrition
She sat in the doctor’s office, 26 weeks pregnant with her second child. Time seemed to stand still as the doctor walked in and gave her a diagnosis she never expected: cancer.
0 2/02
2018
Belle, a dog rescued by Master Sgt. Christian Bird, 5th Communications Squadron cable maintenance and cyber transport systems section chief, and Tech. Sgt. Shelby Bird, 5th Bomb Wing self-assessment program manager, lays in a field where she was found in Sumter, S.C., April 1, 2012. In her honor, the Birds started For Belle’s Sake Rescue and Rehabilitation, an animal rescue, rehabilitation, adoption and pet watching service. (Courtesy photo) For Belle’s Sake: military couple runs animal shelter
A luscious green meadow sits beside a small highway in Sumter, South Carolina, April 1, 2012, broken only by a single crossroad.
0 7/07
2017
Youth Center children race around basketball courts during a mock fitness assessment at the McAdoo Fitness Center at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., April 17, 2017. The fitness center hosted the event for the children to promote a healthy lifestyle in school-age children. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Alyssa M. Akers) Youth day at McAdoo Fitness Center
The McAdoo Fitness Center hosted an athletic youth day to promote a healthy lifestyle in school-age children at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., April 17, 2017. During the event, Youth Center children participated in a mock fitness assessment, bounce house, a video exercise with fitness balls and an additional activity based on the age group. Kindergarteners and first-graders participated in group games such as duck duck goose, freeze tag and more while second and third-graders played wallyball. (U.S. Air Force photos/Airman 1st Class Alyssa M. Akers)
0 4/28
2017
The Exceptional Family Member Program is a mandatory enrollment process that ensures the availability of educational and medical services required for your family members who have special needs. If you believe your child has special needs, it is important that you bring those concerns to your child’s pediatrician and to follow through with any and all recommendations that the doctor makes. (Courtesy photo) Exceptional Family Member Program
A child’s accomplishments are a result of education, whether from school, home or from interacting with others. However, not every child learns the same way. Sometimes, children need a little help to discover how they learn and focus on it. Those who have special needs need more help than others. The Air Force can provide assistance through the
0 2/03
2017
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