DeVorionte Gaines Obituary – Cause of Death: In loving memory of U.S. Air Force Sergeant DeVorionte Gaines.
DeVorionte will be sorely missed by family, friends and many who knew him for the services rendered for his country.
According to Hoadley, the Minot community makes an effort to lend a hand through events like the North Dakota State Fair’s “Military Appreciation Days,” free admission to Minot State football games, and fundraisers that cover the cost of more than 100 Airmen’s winter vacation home.
Long commutes to specialized medical care and a lack of daycare for the kids of security personnel and missile crew members—who are frequently gone for up to a week at a stretch at the base’s remote missile fields—are two more difficulties. According to Hoadley, the Air Force tries to compensate families for costly child care stints and travel connected to medical needs. However, there is still a problem with capacity at the base’s family child care program and child development center, where military spouses look after each other’s kids.
“Increasing the number of employees is something we are unable to accomplish naturally,” McGhee stated. Therefore, we’re looking for novel approaches and fresh initiatives to boost the number of child care providers so that we can continue to support our men and women every day.