Airmen Challenged to Make Better Off-Duty Choices


WASHINGTON, DC — Air Force senior leaders would like airmen to help each other make better choices in their leisure activities and personal lives, says Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force Lt. Gen. Arthur Lichte.

Air Force leaders hope to change the way airmen think about a whole spectrum of issues, from drinking and drug use to healthy fitness behavior, suicide prevention, sexual assault response and prevention, and safe practices at work, at home and on vacation.

Based on the Culture of Responsible Choices program, Air Force leaders have asked all airmen and members of Air Force organizations to rethink how they do business and conduct their lives to ensure their decisions lead to safe and healthy outcomes. Bases and recreation staff are encouraged to offer events such as midnight basketball, late-night movies or inter-installation video game competitions to help promote the program.

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