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  • Getting down and dirty: Off-Road Safety Course

    Goodfellow Air Force Base is revving its engines with a new utility task vehicle and remotely operated vehicle safety course requirement. A new mandate makes the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association course a requirement for all Department of Defense personnel operating off-road vehicles.

  • AFWERX Prime, FAA agree to share flight-test information

    AFWERX Prime and the Federal Aviation Administration announced they have agreed to share flight-test data to accelerate the safe integration of Advanced Aircraft Mobility platforms into the National Airspace System Oct. 25.

  • Reserve aircrew recognized for overcoming in-flight emergencies

    Col. Douglas Stouffer, 512th Airlift Wing commander, presented a quarterly safety award to a 709th Airlift Squadron aircrew on Dover Air Force Base, Oct. 14, 2023. They received the award for their superior judgement, crew resource management and execution of emergency procedures during multiple

  • Blinding Lights in the Sky

    Shining a laser at an aircraft may seem like a harmless act, but in reality, it poses significant dangers to both those on the aircraft and the surrounding community. Laser strikes on aircraft, often referred to as "lasing," have become a growing concern for aviation safety in recent years. This

  • Boost Halloween safety: Join Hill AFB’s Pumpkin Patrol

    In an effort to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable Halloween experience at Hill AFB, the 75th Security Forces Squadron’s “Pumpkin Patrol” will provide a watchful eye during the designated trick-or-treating hours of 4:30-9 p.m. on Oct. 31.

  • Hawaii Airmen enhance warfighting capabilities through technology

    ROYAL AIR FORCE BASE TINDAL, Australia -- As part of the largest Talisman Sabre 23 (TS23) exercise to date, held in July and August, Total Force Airmen took part in an experimental Wearables Pilot Program, providing warfighters with a means to increase their battlefield effectiveness through

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