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  • Munitions squadron improves efficiency with new workstations

    Efficiency and safety improved in the 649th Munitions Squadron’s inspection bays with the installation of new electrostatic discharge workstations.
  • Safety Mission Showcase: Altus AFB's “Dirt Boyz”

    When you think of proactive safety, you may not think about a sidewalk, curb, or runway patch. Recently, the Wing Safety office interviewed two members of the 97th Civil Engineering Squadron’s Horizontal Maintenance Shop, SrA Kendrick Brown and SrA Jose Ramirez putting safe operating techniques to work every day. These Airmen detailed the hazards associated with concrete, and if you’ve ever poured concrete, you know. It’s no easy task.
  • Training today’s Airmen for tomorrow’s success

    Although the work may seem monotonous at times to some Air Force maintainers, it is vital that each step of the process is executed with precision. In efforts to ensure this is done, there are consistent steps to enhance safety precautions by continuously training and preparing. All the while, building an indispensably capable team, prepared to
  • Airmen stay fit-to-fight year-round

    As the days shorten and the weather gets colder, the physical fitness standards for Airmen do not change - they must stay fit-to-fight year-round, regardless of weather conditions.Practicing proper cold-weather safety can keep Airmen fit and safe during the winter months.Seth Cannello, 50th Force Support Squadron fitness and sports manager, said
  • 100th LRS holds safety event to underline dangers of drunk driving

    The 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron worked together to put on an event to educate Airmen on the dangers of drunk driving and how to prevent it Oct. 11, 2019, on RAF Mildenhall. Working with Suffolk Police and Airmen from the 48th Medical Operations Squadron Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the 100th LRS spent weeks putting the event together.
  • JBSA Fire Emergency Services offers tips for a fire-safe and Happy Halloween

    Ghosts, goblins, and other terrifying monsters will soon be haunting your neighborhood. But of course these non-threatening creatures of the night are none other than children who are enjoying the revelries of Halloween.
  • Safety shares tips to stay safe through the fall

    The fall weather brings unpredictable conditions to the New England area. Cold and foggy mornings give way to bright and sunny afternoons, only to turn into stormy evenings. The Hanscom Safety Office is offering tips to keep Airmen and their families safe as the community faces season-specific hazards.
  • X-37B breaks record, lands after 780 days in orbit

    The spaceplane conducted on-orbit experiments for 780 days during its mission, recently breaking its own record by being in orbit for more than two years. As of today, the total number of days spent on-orbit for the entire test vehicle program is 2,865 days.
  • Safe from sound? AFRL experts collect data inside hardened aircraft shelters around the world

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Acoustics researchers in the Air Force Research Laboratory’s 711th Human Performance Wing are collecting and delivering acoustics data from hardened aircraft shelters around the world—data that customers can then use to certify that F-35 fast-jet airframes and the personnel working inside are safe.Hardened
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