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  • JBER Summer safety reminder

    As Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, and their families enjoy barbecues, kayaking, riding bikes, and many other summer activities, it’s important that they never question proper risk management.
  • 167th, Argos, USDA continue black vulture research

    Last year, the 167th Airlift Wing, Argos Cement Plant and the United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s Wildlife Services teamed up to research black vultures in and around Martinsburg, W.Va., in an effort to mitigate potential aviation hazards.
  • Unique partnership brings Smithsonian Institution to Kuwait

    A unique partnership between the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Smithsonian Institution is yielding results in reducing bird strikes, not just in Kuwait, but throughout the region.
  • Summer safety is back: how do you prepare?

    It doesn’t take much time to realize summer has struck New Mexico: high temperatures, a lot of sun, school is out, cow farms stinking just a little bit more than usual. Around Cannon AFB, Clovis and Portales, N.M., more people will be out and about playing sports, grilling out or even splashing in a pool somewhere.
  • Air Force looks at faster, smarter hardware acquisition and big data to help solve T-6 OBOGS issues

    While many of the T-6 On-Board Oxygen Generating Systems issues are markedly better than last year, the Air Force is looking at ways to procure hardware upgrades like the enhanced OBOGS faster and smarter, increase basic science and research, and collect and apply new research data into acquisitions standards in order to properly address the broader issue of physiological events that cuts across all manned aviation.
  • Firefighters and Cable Dogs Save Lives

    MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – Last summer, the Air Force suffered the loss of a civil engineer squadron Airman who was operating around an entry to a confined space in a deployed location. U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. John J. Allen the director of civil engineers, ordered that all civil engineer squadrons conduct a safety stand-down day to deter these types of incidents.
  • Motorcycle safety course available at Columbus AFB, opportunity to become a trainer

    Summer time can be a popular time for motorcyclist, and for members of Team Blaze that want to ride their bikes on Columbus Air Force Base, Mississippi, they first must check in with the base safety office.
  • Summer safety begins with avoiding unnecessary risks

    June is National Safety Month and 66th Air Base Group Safety officials encourage all members of the community here to practice risk management when participating in activities on- or off-duty this summer.
  • Summer safety: Rock climbing

    Colorado summers can be fun, with seemingly endless activities, however, it is important to practice risk management and follow the proper safety procedures when participating in high-risk activities such as rock climbing.

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