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Safety News

  • Yokota Air Base receives traffic safety award

    Yokota Air Base has continuously demonstrated an interest in traffic safety and actively participated in the prevention of traffic mishaps in the local community. The award was given in recognition of the Safety Office's continuous cooperation with the Metropolitan Fussa Police station to help

  • Drivers, pedestrians must use caution at railroad crossings

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- Ohio is among the nation’s busiest states in railroad operations. It’s home to nearly 40 railroads that operate thousands of trains every day over 4,500 miles of track and 6,100 public-grade crossings.In 2021, there were 2,145 collisions between trains and

  • AETC’s Best in Safety for 2022

    Air Education and Training command has announced its winners of the Fiscal Year 2022 Safety Awards. According to Col. Will Phillips, AETC director of safety, these individual and organizational honors recognize the outstanding performance of the entire safety community.

  • Thanksgiving Holiday Safety

    Thanksgiving provides an amazing opportunity to gather with our families and friends. The holiday weekend is packed with a multitude of traditions. Observing our traditions with safety in mind ensures the imagery, memories and associations we have with this holiday remain positive and can be

  • Texans achieves 200k safe flight hours

    The 136th Airlift Wing reached 200,000 mishap-free flying hours, Oct. 21, 2022, achieving a historic milestone on a journey that began June 6, 1965.

  • Motorcycle mentorship

    As another motorcycle season comes to an end, the 310th Space Wing Safety Office took a moment to reflect on our successes, as well as acknowledge where we need to improve.

  • Daylight saving time: Fall back this Sunday

    Daylight saving time begins the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in November, when clocks are adjusted one hour back to standard time.Congress instituted daylight savings time during World War I and again during World War II, and once again during the energy crisis of the early

  • AFGSC saves millions, increases safety through CSP

    Modernization and innovation make the Air Force always ready, but modernizing takes time and money, while innovating requires new ideas. Air Force Global Strike Command B-2 Requirements division recently expedited this process, saving millions of dollars and six years of work by using AFWERX to

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