Wednesday, September 04, 2019 by Alex Wood
“Warrior’s Edge training is the best resiliency investment the 93 AGOW has made. The instructors understand the high-stress environment in which our Airmen operate and are able to immediately and credibly connect with and relate to them during seminars. Because the nature of the training is such that it’s designed to be passed on, the
Timothy “Chachi” Pachasa
“Like the whole of military (and society in general), our base has struggled with cases of suicide and depression, and we have been looking for any way we can to attack the problem. A close friend suggested the Warrior’s Edge program after having success with his wing- describing it as a new way to improve
“It has helped me keep my passion at the forefront of my work. It has helped regenerate the connective tissue with those around me, from an external sharing perspective. And it has transformed what I see within myself, and then how I share that with everyone, professionally and personally.” Tara W.
“Three things. First, everybody should understand who they are and what lights them up. The training will help you discover the foundation of your personal philosophy. Second, I strongly believe in the power of meditation and calming one’s mind via deep breathing and centering yourself. It is crucial to have a peaceful mind. And third,
“It was absolutely one of the most impactful sessions I’ve ever had the chance to be involved in, in my entire life. At the end of the day, I had people coming up to me in tears, hugging me and saying, “This was not an investment in me as an employee. This was an investment