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  • Domestic Violence Reporting Options

    Domestic violence can be called many names: abuse, domestic abuse, intimate partner violence, intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, spouse abuse, battery, assault, or simply "DV". DV may occur between individuals who are currently married, have been married in the past, share a child in common,

  • Leading the way: A spark to start a fire

    As a leader, do not let your ego get in the way.  Stand tall, but not above everyone else.  Do not tell people what to do, show them.  Showing them is what leading is all about.  When you show them, you are creating that spark. Much like a fire, it all starts with a small spark.  It started the

  • Inspiring is leading

    Through every speech and in every article written on leadership most likely somewhere you will see or hear that to lead people you have to inspire them.  There are many ways to inspire people, just like everyone's take on leadership provides a different perspective.   Airmen have a natural desire to

  • How love ‘blinds’ domestic violence victims

    Growing up, I noticed early on that she was different. Whenever I went to her house, she would   always squint; as she left her can of soda and burning cigarettes to greet me. She strained her eyes and came up close as she tried to detail my face. I noticed her gray eye, the one she is blind in from

  • 9/11: Reliving the moment, never forget

    The hustle and bustle of the nation's busiest city was completely silent and motionless the day the infamous World Trade Center buildings were attacked.Thousands of families lost their loved ones as each building crumbled to the ground destroying anyone and anything in its way.For what I thought

  • Keep Moody green: It’s not trash, it’s recyclable

    Moody uses 150 tons of garbage a month.According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the average Airman creates approximately four pounds of garbage a day. With a base of approximately 5,500 personnel, we accumulate 22,000 pounds of solid waste each day. America is producing enough garbage to

  • Military Justice Spotlight

    The following information is a summary of nonjudicial punishments given by commanders under Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice during the months of May and June 2015. The punishments are determined based on the individual facts and circumstances of each case.Article 15's:A staff

  • Fourth of July Fire Safety

    Fourth of July should be a day of fun and celebration, but it is also one of the most dangerous days of the year. You can keep your Independence Day fun and safe when you follow the proper fire safety. Whatever your plans are for this holiday, be sure you remember these fire safety tips.Fireworks

  • Cherish Our Children: April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    April is designated as National Child Abuse Prevention Month across the United States and also within the Department of Defense. During this month, we have an opportunity to increase awareness about the negative impact of child abuse and ways to prevent it from occurring. When children are abused,