Maintaining resiliency in paradise

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, HI, UNITED STATES

07.30.2020

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii — With Air Force suicide rates rising 33 percent in 2019, and the numbers are trending upwards this year. It is vital for the military to provide the proper tools for resiliency to all members, especially those returning from deployment. Fortunately, Military Wellness and Recreation assists as a part of the whole structure that military resiliency in their recreation facilities, namely Bellows Air Force…

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Garrett Nicholas Cole is a freelance writer and photojournalist, currently based in Japan. HTTP://www.garrettnicholascole.com

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Garrett Nicholas Cole

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Garrett Nicholas Cole is a freelance writer and photojournalist, currently based in Japan. HTTP://www.garrettnicholascole.com

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