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Comprehensive Airman Fitness

CAF is a holistic approach to develop over-arching Airman fitness and resilience. "Airman" collectively refers to military, civilian, and family members. CAF includes fitness in mental, physical, social, and spiritual domains and is not a stand-alone program or specified training class; instead, CAF is a cultural shift in how we view and maintain fitness in a more comprehensive manner and enables Airmen to hold each other accountable against Air Force Core Values. CAF provides an integrated framework that encompasses many cross-functional education and training efforts, activities, programs, and other equities that play a contributory role in sustaining a fit, resilient, and ready force. Leaders and individuals throughout the force must understand, promote, and support CAF.

Comprehensive Airman Fitness


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Resiliency on Andersen Air Force Base


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Resiliency News

  • Airmen cultivate leadership qualities through Ranger Assessment Course

    A small formation of Airmen gather around a flagpole, next to it is a large rock with the words, “Not for the weak or fainthearted” painted in bright yellow, box letters. An authoritative voice can be heard, “Varela, first stanza. Fundis, second stanza. Dickerson, third stanza. Gardner, fourth stanza. Pace, fifth stanza. Good, sixth stanza.” As six Airmen are chosen, they make their way to the front of the formation and stand face-to-face with their peers – three Airmen on either side of a pedestal.
  • It is possible: Soar with the wind and stars

    As we close out Women's History month, I could not help but once again share the incredible story of Lt. Col. Jacqueline Cochran, reserve officer. This year’s theme for Women’s History month is “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace and Nonviolence.” I realize we are in the military, and many would not exactly classify us as nonviolent! I would agree, for after all we are warfighters; however, I submit we are also brokers of peace.
  • Air Force directs one-day operational safety review

    Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein directed all Air Force wings with flying and maintenance functions to execute a one-day operational safety review by May 21, 2018. “I am directing this operational safety review to allow our commanders to assess and discuss the safety of our operations and to gather feedback from our Airmen who are doing the mission every day,” said Goldfein.
  • Female crew chief overcomes adversity, joins PACAF F-16 Demo Team

    It’s been more than a decade since a woman joined the Pacific Air Forces’ F-16 Demonstration Team,
  • Airman drummer beats adversity with style

    Those who know him would normally describe him as soft-spoken and reserved, but life was and is
  • Team Misawa runners improve fitness one step at a time

    Fitness is an essential aspect for Airmen to maintain a “fight tonight” posture, ensuring they can complete any tasks at hand, whether physical or mental.
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Contact Info

Suzanne James

Community Support Coordinator

Building 25045 Room H-106
Andersen, AFB

DSN: 315-366-4585
Comm: (671) 366-4585


Domains of CAF

MentalApproaching life's challenges in a positive way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and good character with choices and actions; seeking help and offering help.

PhysicalPerforming and excelling in physical activities which requite aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, flexibility and body composition derived through exercise, nutrition and training.

SocialDeveloping and maintaining trusted, valued friendships that are personally fulfilling and foster good communication, including exchange of ideas, views and experiences.

SpiritualStrengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain and individuals sense of well-being and purpose. Having a sense of purpose and meaning in your life. Essential to an individuals resiliency as esprit de corps is vital to a unit's mission accomplishment. Includes but is not limited to worldviews, religious faith, sense of purpose, sense of connectedness, values, ethics and morals.