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Report to CAIB on Alcohol and Violence Behavior at FE Warren AFB. Capt Alan Ogle Life Skills Support Center July, 2002. Mean=25.14, SD=6.91. Qualitative Data Regarding Alcohol Use at FEW. Quote of a senior enlisted member from a recent email discussion of planned celebration:

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report to caib on alcohol and violence behavior at fe warren afb

Report to CAIB on Alcohol and Violence Behavior at FE Warren AFB

Capt Alan Ogle

Life Skills Support Center

July, 2002

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FEW, Malmstrom, Minot mean=26, SD= 5.57 *AF and AFSPC rates calculated for 3600 AD population
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FEW, Malmstrom, Minor mean=48.33, SD= 17.90 *Rates calculated for 3600 AD population at FEW
qualitative data regarding alcohol use at few
Qualitative Data Regarding Alcohol Use at FEW
  • Quote of a senior enlisted member from a recent email discussion of planned celebration:

“I don’t know what the rest of the Wing personnel do, but in [my shop] the promotees buy until we’ve had our fill, and then they buy more. I like this tradition and think we should continue this time honored tradition…where would we be if we let tradition slide by the wayside…”