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Staff Sgts. Alexx and Chip Pons, who serve separate commands as photojournalists at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, stand united as a married, dual-military, same sex couple. Since the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in 2011 and the legalization of same-sex marriage in 2015, the two have been able to serve openly with the support of their Air Force family. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) Serving with pride
I am an American Airman. I am a warrior. I have answered my nation’s call. I am a wingman, a photojournalist and a husband. I am gay.
0 6/05
2017
Three 22nd Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs Airmen reach out to Airman 1st Class Christopher Thornbury, front-center, Dec. 11, 2015, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. Thornbury says his Air Force family has been with him for over a year and helped him through the loss of his son, Emmitt Alan Thornbury. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Colby Hardin) Finding strength, resiliency through Air Force family
Airman 1st Class Christopher Thornbury said his Air Force family has been with him for over a year and helped him through the loss of his son, Emmitt Alan Thornbury.
0 12/14
2015
Default Air Force Logo Dealing with holiday stress
The holidays can be stressful, here are some tips of how to deal with finances, family and coping with sadness.
0 11/30
2015
Default Air Force Logo Separated but not alone
Growing up as a military child myself, I knew separation could be extremely hard and hit at any time. Looking back, I now know how alone my mother felt whenever my father went on deployments or TDY. It seems like an eternity waiting for your loved one to return home so you aren't carrying all the weight on your shoulders. There are dozens of base agencies to make these separations easier, but I didn't realize it yet.
0 7/27
2015
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