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  • SAPR Program assists victims, spreads awareness

    Sexual assault victims may feel like their power has been taken away from them, but the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program helps victims gain that power back. Moody’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) team supports victims of sexual assault providing them with information, resources and options regarding the next steps to regain their power.
  • Safety tips for frying turkeys

    Each Thanksgiving, we anticipate a perfectly cooked turkey waiting on the dinner table like so many cooking shows, magazines and television commercials promise. Unfortunately, many of us do not have the cooking talents of a celebrity chef – or their support team. That’s why many of us turn to deep-frying our turkeys. With a turkey fryer, what used to take several hours now takes about 45 minutes. However, we must ask ourselves if we’re willing to trade safety for convenience.
  • SkillBridge helps Airmen transition into civilian workforce

    Separating from the military can be a difficult transition, one that may cause uncertainty about where one may be employed next. With the assistance of SkillBridge, servicemembers are eligible to “test drive” civilian employment at a variety of companies across the United States for up to 180 days prior to their official retirement or separation date.
  • DHA restates HA policy

    The 23d Medical Group (MDG) pharmacy will begin enforcing the Defense Health Agency Policy DHA POD-MEMO 19-001 governing the pharmacy’s fulfillment of medications classified as a Tier 3 non-formulary by the DoD Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee. As of March 2, 2020, Tier 3 non-formulary medications will be no longer available for beneficiaries who are enrolled to off-base care providers. This enforcement is not a new Defense Health Agency policy, but a restatement of a long-standing Health Affairs Policy HA Policy 04-032.
  • Safeside Reunion exposes 820th BDG to heritage

    The 820th Base Defense Group (BDG) hosted the biennial Safeside Reunion, November 7-9, here. Safeside Association members, a group of past and present defenders, came together to bond during a three-day event.