Air Force to create 'safe space' for cadets to 'share perspectives'

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A recent memo from US Air Force leaders has revealed that the military branch will be creating a “safe space” where recruits can partake in “healthy conversation” and “share perspectives.”

The memo, obtained by the Washington Free Beacon, was sent to “command teams and supervisors” by Air Force Chief Master Sargent Joanne Bass and Chief of Staff Charles Brown Jr. discussing the “Airmen’s Time” initiative.

“In a deliberate effort to advance this cause, we are initiating Airmen’s Time,” the memo states. “In the past few years, we’ve learned vital lessons from the Resiliency Tactic Pause and the need for crucial conversations within our formations,” the memo states.

“To further advance this cultural shift, leaders at every level are entrusted to prioritize time to elevate connection, growth, and enhance the well-being of individual Airmen while building unity within their teams,” the memo added.

The memo states that the initiative’s intent is to “create a safe space, be present, and ensure that our Air Force culture invites healthy conversation for every Airman.”

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