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Virtual Reality-base suicide prevention training

Scott AFB is one of two test bases that will provide feedback on a new suicide prevention training initiative using a virtual reality-based initiative that Air Mobility Command is testing on behalf of the Air Force. The Air Force is going to great lengths to find ways to address the issue with updated and innovative ways help Airmen recognize the signs and assist them in addressing a variety of situations. The scenario being tested right now involves an “Airman to Airman” experience, and future scenarios will involve training targeted with a first sergeant, a commander, and a spouse as well. (U.S. Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Sam Eckholm)

PHOTO BY: 375th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs
VIRIN: 210112-F-VA182-001.JPG
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ILCE-7M3

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35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art 018

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14/10

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1/250

ISO

640

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