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Air Force updates mental healthcare policies, lowers barriers

Warrior Mental Health Working Group slides are briefed at Air Mobility Command's Spring 2024 Phoenix Rally at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, April 29, 2024. The Air Force’s mental health waiver policy in both the Air Force’s Medical Standards Directory (MSD) and Aerospace Medicine Waiver Guide has been updated to allow for Airmen to receive 60 days of treatment for mental health concerns before a return to duty waiver to fly is required. (U.S. Air Force photo by Air Mobility Command Public Affairs)

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