Resilience Resources

Welcome to a our base-level initiative available to all JB MDL members. This includes active duty, reserve, spouses and DoD civilians. A variety of classes are offer by the helping agencies to strengthen the resilience pillars of physical, mental, social and spiritual fitness. These classes are marketed as beneficial to individuals and for those who support others who may need assistance. The most powerful result is that a larger portion of the Military Family is given tools to help themselves and others. 

Do you advise, supervise, mentor or teach? You will be able to increase your personal resiliency skills, and be ready to help support others!

Resilience option are brought to you by the Integrated Community Action Team (CAT). The CAT is a team of JB MDL helping agencies who's mission is to "develop and foster a cross-service Joint Base mission and culture with goals, services, and tools integrated to support the readiness, well-being, and community of Total Force members and families.


           The goal of Comprehensive Airman Fitness (CAF) is to help our Airmen, Air Force civilians and family

           members become more resilient and better-equipped to deal with the rigors of military life.

                      This is accomplished by reinforcing the four pillars of fitness and by creating a sense of belonging on installations.






What is an MRT/RTA?

MRTs and RTAs are volunteers certified through Air University to conduct resilience training at the installation under the guidance of the local Resilience Program Manager/Community Support Coordinator.  MRTs and RTAs provide resilience training at the First Term Airman Center, all levels of Professional Military Education, commander courses, Executive Group development, senior spouse orientations, and other venues as directed.

Becoming an MRT

MRTs are Uniformed, Civilian and Key Spouse volunteers. Following a self or leadership nomination, volunteers are trained locally as RTAs and then submitted to attend the official MRT Course (MRTC) through Air University. Following successful graduation from MRTC, volunteers serve as embedded support across their assigned installation. Contact Integrated Prevention and Resiliency Office for additional details