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Suicide Prevention team encourages others to reach out during Don’t Give Up event

Service member holds up encouraging sign

Tech Sgt. Christopher Sandahl, 21st Communications Squadron non-commissioned officer-in-charge of cyber security, participates in the “Don’t Give Up” suicide prevention event by holding up a sign and greeting incoming personnel at the Peterson Air Force Base Main Gate, Dec. 18, 2020. The event was held to ensure personnel know they are not alone during this upcoming holiday season. (U.S Space Force photo by Airman Kaitlin Castillo)

Servicemember holds up encouraging sign.

Tech Sgt. Stephanie Wagner-Ruch, North American Aerospace Defense Command Northern Command communications security manager, encourages personnel during the “Don’t Give Up” suicide prevention event outside of the Peterson Air Force Base Main Gate, Dec. 18, 2020. The movement initially began at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico to aid in suicide prevention. (U.S Space Force photo by Airman Kaitlin Castillo)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Tech Sgt. Christopher Sandahl, 21st Communications Squadron non-commissioned officer-in-charge of cyber security, participates in the “Don’t Give Up” suicide prevention event by holding up a sign and greeting incoming personnel at the Peterson Air Force Base Main Gate, Dec. 18, 2020. The event was held to ensure personnel know they are not alone during this upcoming holiday season. (U.S Space Force photo by Airman Kaitlin Castillo)

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