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February 12
  • 12
    12.February.Tuesday

    A BETTER YOU

    00:00
    12-02-19-23-03-19

    A BETTER YOU
    14 January – 22 February
    Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 0700 and 1730
    Are you the right candidate for the challenge? Get fit and make a permanet lifestyle change with the right tools! To learn more, please apply at the Fitness Center. Participation is limited to 35 Active Duty and 15 Civilians ( Retired, Contractors and Dependents.)
    Minimum Age: 18

    Included:
    +Coaching
    +Nutrition Plan
    +Nutrition Classes
    +Instructor Led Workouts
    +Pre & Post Body Composition Scan in the Bod Pod

    TAP – Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings

    08:30 -12:00
    12-02-19-26-02-19

    TAP – Pre-Separation Benefits Briefings
    12, 19 & 26 Feb | 0830-1200 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    Open to all separating or retiring military members.
    Mandatory benefits counseling for all separating/retiring personnel. Congress has deemed that all separating personnel needs to be prepared for life after the military. This briefing covers benefits for military veterans as well as what is required to complete the congressionally mandated TAP – GPS process to
    separate/retire from the military.

    CAPSTONE Briefings

    09:00 -14:00
    12-02-19-28-02-19

    CAPSTONE Briefings
    14, 21 & 28 Feb| 0900 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    12, 19 & 26 Feb | 1400 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Auditorium
    Open to transitioning members who have completed all TAP GPS requirements. Mandatory for all personnel before they final out. During this event, the DD 2958 will be completed after a thorough review of all documentation required by Congress to separate from the military.

    HUM 101A: Creative Arts

    17:30 -21:30
    12-02-19-19-03-19

    HUM 101A: Creative Arts
    12 February – 19 March | 1730-2130 | ALS Bldg. 30
    Fulfills CCAF Humanities requirement
    This course provides an introduction to our humanity through hands-on experience in the arts (music, visual arts, poetry, story, play and dance). Aesthetic and artistic values in the broader context of human cultural development. responsibility and joy are explored. Class is held at the Airmen Leadership School.