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  • Tips to stay safe during holiday season

    The end of each year brings many holiday festivities. It’s a time to spend with family, friends and loved ones while remembering those deployed away from family.

  • Tactical Vehicle Safety

    Department of the Air Force personnel operate a wide variety of vehicles to execute our missions. Transportation professionals operating in land, air, space, and water domains must adhere to safe practices and strict standards.  A vehicle becomes a tactical vehicle, or military-designed vehicle,

  • Deck The Halls With Winter Safety

    The stillness of the frozen air heightens the senses, making the blanket of snow gleam, or the robin’s song more beautiful. Winter holds many exciting outdoor activities, building snowmen, skiing down the slopes or just relaxing in front of the fireplace with a good book.The winter holiday season is

  • Rudolph and his red nose aside, deer on road can actually ruin Christmas

    Whether you see deer as a target, a garden nuisance, a picturesque element of the woodland environment or one of Santa’s team, we can all agree they present a life-threatening hazard to a motorist. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 1.5 million deer-vehicle

  • Use Your Phone for Safety

    Delays, winter weather, traffic congestion and an already stressful season can wreak havoc on drivers during the primary travel period between Dec 22-Jan. 2. The 75 ABW Safety staff recommends you plan ahead this holiday season for increased road traffic, evaluate conditions and consider using a

  • Arnold AFB Safety provides tips in avoiding holiday hazards

    The holidays are upon us. Fall and Thanksgiving decorations are quickly transitioning to winter and Christmas along with the holiday festivities and traditions we love. From gathering with family and friends to attending religious services, concerts and holiday programs, each of these festive

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