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  • US, Peru expand space data sharing partnership

    U.S. Space Command took another step in expanding its international space data sharing network; this time with the nation of Peru.
  • Edwards AFB Fire Prevention sends: Grilling Safety

    There’s nothing like outdoor grilling. It’s one of the most popular ways to cook food. But, a grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard. They can be very hot, causing burn injuries. Follow these simple tips and you will be on the way to safe grilling.
  • From the commander: Team Eglin to hold virtual safety day

    Installation to take a pause May 21.
  • F-35A crash at Eglin

    Pilot ejected safely.
  • Alligator safety at Robins

    At Robins Air Force Base, Airmen are increasingly utilizing trails, pavilions and bodies of water for recreation and physical fitness activities, resulting in increased interactions between people and alligators.
  • F-22 crashes on Eglin range

    Pilot ejected safely.
  • World-unique tire testing capability saves millions for warfighters

    Predicting aircraft tire wear is a complex, time-intensive phenomenon, highly dependent on multiple variables. Historically, testers focused on the structural integrity of a tire prior to fielding and use. However, the ability to quickly and accurately predict tire wear remained a challenge across the logistics community – until now.
  • 386th ECES Conducts All-Hazard Response Exercise

    This possible real-world scenario was an all-hazard response exercise conducted by the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management team, May 5, 2020. The exercise was designed to enhance interoperability between multiple first responder teams to respond, identify, and to control potential real-world scenarios.
  • Duty to deploy: Senior Master Sgt. Rohauer’s story

    The Rohauer family is no stranger to the military life.  Senior Master Sgt. Joy Rohauer, 913th Airlift Group safety superintendent, recently returned from her first deployment. Throughout her career she has supported her family while her husband deployed many times. “I feel as military members, it is our duty,” said Rohauer. “Due to timing and the particular jobs held, I’ve never deployed and it was weighing on my conscious. I’ve served for more than 20 years and it was the very least I could do.” 
  • 7 Days of Safety

    Day 1- Drinking and Driving: When an Airman receives a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) charge, they are subject to receive both a civilian conviction, if caught off base, as well as a punishment at their commander’s discretion. The final sentence could result in thousands of dollars in fines, suspension of one's license, negative paperwork,
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