Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Skip to main content

Thank you for supporting journalism at your local newspaper. This article is available exclusively for our subscribers, who help fund our work at Santa Rosa Press Gazette.

Military, News

Air Commandos navigate long-distance co-parenting

| Staff Reporters
It was their 12th marriage anniversary, and the second one in a row spent thousands of miles apart.

In spite of the long distance, they were able to share a meal through video chat and surprise each other with cake and flowers, making the best of their situation.

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Timothy Dailey, 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of standardization and evaluations, poses for a photo with his children at Hurlburt Field, Florida. Dailey’s family has had to learn to adjust to either parent being gone for extended periods of time. Their family has been able to utilize the multitude of resources Air Force Special Operations Command offers to ensure Air Commandos are taken care of in each aspect of their lives; professionally, physically, mentally, medically and spiritually, to be ready to perform mission essential duties at a moment’s notice.


The remainder of this article is available only for our website subscribers, who help fund our mission of keeping you updated on news you want and need to know. You can become a subscriber for as little as $5.67 a month.

error: Content is protected !!