Prince Charles Pens a Rare Article About the Impact of COVID-19 on Young People

Photo credit: Chris Jackson - Getty Images
Photo credit: Chris Jackson – Getty Images

From Harper’s BAZAAR

Prince Charles has highlighted the plight of young people who could need “urgent help” to protect their futures from the coronavirus pandemic.

In an article published in the Sunday Telegraph, Prince Charles suggested there could be one million young people who have been impacted by the pandemic that now require critical help and support. He added that it is a “particularly difficult time to be young.”

The royal also warned that the challenge of helping those in need was “unquestionably vast, but not insurmountable,” and compared the current situation to “other times when hope was scarce,” referencing youth unemployment in the 1970s which prompted him to found his charity, The Prince’s Trust.

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Army Public Health Center offers suicide prevention resources for Army communicators | Article

By Douglas Holl, Army Public Health Center Public AffairsSeptember 25, 2020

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. – Helping Soldiers and their families improve their health and resiliency is one of the enduring missions of the Army Public Health Center. The COVID-19 pandemic has also accelerated the need for resources and tools aimed at improving Soldier quality of life.APHC is supporting Army communicators with a Quality of Life toolkit offering social media messaging and resource links they can share on their installation social media platforms. September is also the month when the Department of Defense focuses on educating service members and their families about suicide prevention, resources and steps everyone can take to protect against suicide. APHC recently added suicide prevention content and messaging to their QOL toolkit in the hopes that it will be used as a resource for Army communicators.“We’re hoping to leverage the excellent work being done through

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Xi’s article on education in political philosophy to be published

BEIJING – An article by President Xi Jinping on improving education in political philosophy will be published Tuesday.

The article by Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, will be published in the 17th issue of the Qiushi Journal.

Young people are the future of China and the hope of the Chinese nation, says the article, stressing the importance of teaching them the right theories and offering guidance toward the right paths.

Courses on political philosophy should guide students to strengthen their confidence in the path, theory, system and culture of socialism with Chinese characteristics, and inspire their patriotism, says the article.

It underscores the role of the courses in the overall development of the Party and the country, as the world is facing profound changes unseen in a century, and highlights the importance of the courses in

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Building the Next Generation of Signal Leaders | Article

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. – The 7th Infantry Division (Bayonets) has developed an innovative approach to bridging the institutional to operational professional development gap with the implementation of their Battalion S6 Certification Course at JBLM. The Bayonet’s chief information section, the G6, hosted the fourth quarterly iteration of the Battalion S6 Certification Course here, Aug 3-7.The week-long course, was designed in line with Bayonet commander Maj. Gen. Xavier T. Brunson’s command philosophy, to train junior Signal officers to be effective, energetic, and engaged within their organization, and certified them to meet the communications requirements of today’s warfighters.“The program is open to officers and noncommissioned officers across JBLM, including America’s 1st Corps, 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, and 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion,” said Maj. Kyle Barrett, Bayonet’s deputy chief information officer. “The primary audience for the course are those young officers and NCOs who are selected to serve as battalion level chief

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