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Airmen share their experiences about driving in deployed settings and how it affects them after returning home.
Returning home after deployment offers unique and different challenges for Airmen.
Reintegrating into life at home and work varies from Airman to Airman, after being in deployed situations.
Airmen offer their diverse experiences about sleeping while being deployed and after returning to the States.
After being vigilant in deployed settings, Airmen share an assortment of experiences upon returning to the U.S.
Trust is critical during the deployment. You’re entrusting one person that stays behind to take care of everything. And the other person that’s deployed, you’re trusting that they’re doing what they need to do to come back.
My name is MSgt Keoki Rapoza. I’ve been deployed twice. In 2007 I was deployed at the hospital in Balad in Iraq. I was 33 at the time and I had never been deployed.
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