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  • Suicide prevention is everyone’s responsibility

    Suicide prevention starts with recognizing the risk factors and warning signs, which allows for conversations to open up. Providing support services, talking about suicide, reducing access to means of self-harm and following up with loved ones are actions people can take to help others.
  • Dental assistant prevents dental disaster

    Prior to anesthetizing a tooth for drilling, about two months ago, Maj. Jon Federspiel, chief of dental services with the 319th MDG, incorrectly identified which tooth to drill. Luckily, Lopez spoke up, correcting the mistake and avoiding irreversible action on the wrong tooth.
  • 319th Security Forces Airmen participate in active-shooter training

    Several Airmen with the 319th Security Forces Squadron and other law enforcement agencies participated in classroom and hands-on training dealing with active shooter scenarios here, Aug. 8, 9 and 10, 2017.
  • Grand Forks AFB Airmen attend resiliency conference

    More than 50 civilians, military spouses, Canadian Armed Forces and Airmen from here, Minot Air Force Air Force Base, N.D., and Cavalier Air Station, N.D., attended a resiliency conference Aug. 17, 2017, hosted by the Canadian Forces Base, Winnipeg, Canada.
  • Research dietary supplements before use

    Supplements often fall into a gray area, as they are neither vitamins nor drugs, and Airmen can easily be tricked into buying what they think will help them with weight gain or loss. With lack of research and improper use, consumers may face negative results, such as high blood pressure, dehydration and increased heart rate.
  • New teen bounce workshop

    The atmosphere of a classroom in the Grand Forks Air Force Base youth center was buzzing with energy and excitement March 16 and 17, 2017 from a group of children participating in the new two-day Teen Bounce workshop.
  • Education: There is no better time than now

    Senior Airman Cody Willingham, 319th Civil Engineer Squadron engineering journeyman, and his family understand the value of a good education.
  • 319th MDG offers tips to combat head lice

    Each year there are between six and 12 million cases of head lice among children between the ages of three and 11 that occur in the United States. With kids now back in school, it is important for parents to be aware of this potential issue.
  • 262-car garage: LRS prepares for winter

    The 319th LRS vehicle management flight consists of 37 Airmen, 24 active-duty Air Force members and 13 civilians. Those Airmen are responsible for maintaining 262 vehicles valued at more than $30 million during the harsh winters of North Dakota, as well as the rest of the year.
  • Sharp physical training for sharp Airmen

    The 319th Force Support Squadron honor guard upholds the responsibility of staying fit and mission ready by committing to five physical training sessions a week at minimum, even when traveling for ceremonies and events.