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  • CTAF provides life-saving protection

    As pilots and aircrew fly over bodies of water, it is imperative to have equipment that will provide safety and security in a moment’s notice. With the goal of replacing older models of life-preserving units (LPUs), the 347th Operations Support Squadron began preparing new combat tactical aid

  • RAD enhances efficiency for space launch missions

    A new software program called “Range Application Deployment,” is enhancing situational awareness for space launch missions at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and Kennedy Space Center, Florida.

  • Take proper precautions to get the most out of summer

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Oh -- Summer represents the time of year when our most valuable asset — Air Force personnel — are statistically at greatest risk of experiencing a significant mishap.The following information covers safety measures and guidelines for a broad range of summertime

  • Seek appropriate shelter during threat of lightning

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Oh -- Summer is peak season for one of the nation’s deadliest weather phenomena: lightning. In the United States, lightning kills more than 40 people a year.While no place is absolutely safe from lightning, some are much safer than others. The safest location during

  • 111th Attack Wing hosts Health and Safety Awareness Day

    BIDDLE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, PA -- The 111th Attack Wing in conjunction with the Pennsylvania National Guard hosted a Health and Safety Awareness Day here on June 2, 2022 to emphasize the importance of these two components in maintaining the readiness and health of the military and civilian work

  • Summer Weather Hazards

    Summer is a great time to be outside and enjoy the weather. But don’t let the sunny days and warm nights fool you. Summer also holds significant weather hazards

  • Risk: A User’s Guide

    Authors: Stanley A. McChrystal and Anne Butrico, Reviewer: Brigadier General Chad T. Manske, USAF, Retired

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