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  • Aviano AB hosts Airmen from around Europe for joint training

    The 31st Maintenance Squadron’s transient alert section hosted a crashed, damaged or disabled aircraft recovery (CDDAR) training where U.S. Airmen from Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany and Spangdahlem AFB, Germany as well as members from the Italian air force (ITAF) were present.U.S. Airmen from the

  • Make this Halloween safe for all

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – On Monday, many of us will enjoy visits from young children in costumes ranging from Cinderella and fairytale witches to Spiderman and Maverick flight suits.Halloween should be a special, positive experience and we must all do our part to ensure the safety of

  • BASH Securing Air Power

    AVIANO AIR BASE, Italy– With jets and helicopters taking to the skies, one priority in completing the mission is the safety of all Airmen, assets and aircraft involved.

  • Wyvern Warrior Team of the Week: 31st FW Weapons Safety

    This week’s Wyvern Warrior Team of the Week is the 31st Fighter Wing’s Weapons Safety section. This team manages a diverse program involving operations, planning, and construction activities for Aviano AB and five geographically separated units (GSUs). The safety of personnel and assets is this

  • Winter Vehicle inspections at Spangdahlem AB

    A vehicle safety representative uses a battery tester to check the battery voltage and starting power of a car’s battery during a winter vehicle inspection at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, Oct. 21, 2022. A car battery can be negatively impacted by the winter season due to cold weather weakening and

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