Air Force Medicine

Public Affairs

Congressional and Public Affairs,
Office of the U.S Air Force
Surgeon General

(703) 681-7921

usaf.pentagon.af-sg.mbx.af-sg-public-affairs@mail.mil

Address:
7700 Arlington Blvd.,
Falls Church, VA 22042

Business Hours:
Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

AF Medicine Mobile App



To download the AF Medicine Mobile App, please click here.

A picture of airmen holidng his child being interviewed after returning home.

Air Force Medical Service personnel who want to share news of their accomplishments and achievements with family members and friends in their hometown can now do so online through the Army and Air Force Hometown News Release Program. Click here to get started

News Search

News

FILTER:
Suicide Prevention
Clear

News Comments Updated
1 ... 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
Leader's Guide for Managing Personnel In Distress  (U.S. Air Force Illustration) Guide helps leaders manage people in distress
Air Force officials introduced 12 monthly initiatives in April to help Air Force members effectively manage stress, and July's initiative is "The Leader's Guide to Managing Personnel in Distress." The guide was created to help supervisors, first sergeants and commanders recognize distress-related behaviors, provide support to Airmen in need and
0 7/27
2007
Lt. Col. Dr. Charles McDannald 'Portraits in Courage' features AF medic
Lt. Col. Dr. Charles McDannald's 20 years of experience as a medical professional were tested while deployed as part of a Special Operations Surgical Team to Ramadi, Iraq, in the Al Anbar Province. The five-person surgical team deployed with special operators where the flow of patients was unending, their wounds life threatening, and the surgical
0 4/29
2007
1 ... 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52
RSS