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Unexpected mental health challenges

  • Published
  • By Delano Scott
  • Airman Magazine

Tech. Sgt. Nigel Cotton trains military training instructor's at the 326th Training Squadron at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. In this video, he shares the challenges he faced while acclimating to the new environment and the experience he had seeking mental health services from Maj. Elise Ocelnik, the 737th Training Group military consult service chief.



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