Air Force leaders know the importance of Comprehensive Airman Fitness. Read more about their thoughts on CAF below:

“Comprehensive Airmen Fitness supports my main priority of ensuring all personnel and families within our Air Force are taken care of by providing the greatest opportunity for all to grow resiliently in our careers and our personal lives. CAF is a lifestyle and culture that focuses on making sounds choices, and building a thriving Air Force comprised of comprehensively balanced individuals that are engaged in becoming mentally, physically, socially and spiritually fit.” -Secretary of the Air Force, The Honorable Deborah L. James

“Our job is to fight and win the nation’s wars. We’ll never be good enough at it; we’ve got to get better every day. It’s not an easy task, which is why Comprehensive Airman Fitness is so important. Our focus is on the well-being and care for ourselves, each other and our families so we can be more resilient to the many challenges military service brings.” -Chief of Staff of the Air Force, General Mark A. Welsh, III

“Comprehensive Airmen Fitness wasn’t created to add another program. It’s an initiative to take care of our Airmen and their families. When you face significant challenges, and you will throughout your career and life, you’re not alone. There are resources and tools available for whatever it is you need. Take advantage of them, be resilient.” -Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, CMSgt James A. Cody

“The fact is, this is not just a job — this is a lifestyle for our Airmen and for us. Our support system is in our military and in our families. We must take care of ourselves and each other to tackle every day challenges, to build and sustain a culture of comprehensively fit Airman and families.” -Mrs. Betty Welsh, Air Force Chief of Staff Spouse

“Our Air Force is known for how well we take care of our Airman and their families. We’re proud of that, and we should be. Today we’re doing even more through resilience education that helps families cope with every day challenges. We’ll continue to support and educate Airmen and their families, ensuring they are mentally, physically, socially and spiritually prepared for struggles that will come.” -Mrs. Athena Cody, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force spouse