Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.


Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.
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Did you know


Did you know…

… that today is Pool Ball Run Day? On this day in 1954, Willie Mosconi set the world record for running the most consecutive pool balls. Nicknamed Mr. Pocket Billiards, Mosconi ran 526 consecutive balls without a miss during a straight pool exhibition in Springfield, Ohio. To this day the record has not been toppled and many speculate it may never be bested.

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Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other.”

— Walter Elliot

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“Stress can be constructive or destructive. It can encourage or discourage, move us along or stop us dead in our tracks, and make life meaningful or seemingly meaningless. Stress can inspire you to operate successfully and perform at your maximum efficiency in a survival situation. It can also cause you to panic and forget all your training. Your key to survival is your ability to manage the inevitable stresses you will encounter. The person that survives is one who works with his stresses instead of letting his stresses work on him.”

“People under stress have the potential to panic if they are not well-trained and not prepared psychologically to face whatever the circumstances may be. While you often cannot control the survival circumstances in which you find yourself, it is within your ability to control your response to those circumstances. Learning stress management techniques can significantly enhance your capability to remain calm and focused as you work to keep yourself and others alive. A few good techniques to develop include relaxation skills, time management skills, assertiveness skills, and cognitive restructuring skills (the ability to control how you view a situation). Remember, “the will to survive” can also be considered “the refusal to give up.””

– Survival, Army Field Manual 3-05.70