108th Wing Airmen build Strong Bonds

Blindfolded Chief Master Sgt. David A. Brown, a member of the 108th Mission Support Group contracting office, is directed through a fake minefield by his wife Belinda F. Brown during a trust exercise for the Strong Bonds retreat at the Chauncey Hotel and Conference Center in Princeton, N.J., Aug. 22, 2015. Rather than reporting to base, both married couples and singles from the 108th Wing had the opportunity to go to a retreat as part of the Strong Bonds program. Strong Bonds is a chaplain based military program designed to assist commanders in supporting unit-led retreats for service members, their spouses and their families. The program is research based, and is used to help build resiliency and reduce stressors that can endanger Airmen. The 108th Wing chaplain’s office hosts four Strong Bonds events every year. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Julia Pyun/Released)

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