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  • Memorial Log Carry for Special Warfare Training Wing Airman

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-CHAPMAN TRAINING ANNEX, Texas — The 350 Special Warfare Training Squadron, or SWTS, organized a two and a half-mile memorial log carry for fallen airman, Lt. Col. William Schroeder, at the Special Warfare Training Wing, or SWTW, located on Joint Base San Antonio-Chapman Training Annex, or JBSA-CTA, Apr. 8, 2021.
  • Chaplain's Corner ~ Awe of the moment

    Research shows that when humans experience awe, we become less focused on ourselves and our problems and more in tune to those around us. The wonder we experience when we find ourselves awestruck at canyons, colosseums, mountains or paintings, makes us acutely aware of how small we are, and in turn helps us to be more aware of those around us.
  • Chaplain's Corner ~ Defining the soul

    When considering a person’s overall well-being, the Air Forces’ whole airman concept is a well-rounded approach to living a healthy and resilient life. The reason behind this is that it considers all aspects of the person. There is a focus on the body, mind, spirit and social aspects of who we are. Attention to all four of these areas is essential to living a balanced life. This is because in essence all these areas work together. For example, if you suffer an injury, you experience physical pain in your body, which affects your thoughts (mind), your desires/beliefs (spirit) and those around you (social).
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