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Those left behind: The aftermath of an Airman's suicide
12/17/2010 - When Master Sgt. Robert Sams picked up Senior Airman Joshua Doherty's mother from the local airport, there was little he could say to console her for the huge loss they were all just beginning to deal with. Read full article.
 
A fight you can't fight alone
Even one is too many
Suicide has no identity
Suicide has no identity
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Moody dedicates support for AF Suicide Prevention Program
09/03/2009 - The Air Force Suicide Prevention Program is designed to educate personnel on how to recognize warning signs and provide assistance to those who may be thinking about suicide. Read full article.
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Air Force Suicide Prevention Program

"As part of our key priority to Develop and Care for Airmen and Their Families, we are dedicated to the well-being of our Airmen and their overall physical and psychological health. The tragedy of suicide has the potential to strike across our Air Force and is not limited to Airmen who have deployed or will deploy, nor is it bound by rank, gender, ethnicity, or geography." -- Gen. William M. Fraser III about Air Force suicide programs July 29, 2009 before the U.S. House of Representative Committee on Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel

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