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  • Make this Halloween safe for all

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – On Monday, many of us will enjoy visits from young children in costumes ranging from Cinderella and fairytale witches to Spiderman and Maverick flight suits.Halloween should be a special, positive experience and we must all do our part to ensure the safety of

  • BASH Securing Air Power

    AVIANO AIR BASE, Italy– With jets and helicopters taking to the skies, one priority in completing the mission is the safety of all Airmen, assets and aircraft involved.

  • BASH; protecting Tyndall's jets

    The BASH program at Tyndall is designed to protect aircraft from wildlife hazards in the airfield. The USDA hosts two people whose primary responsibilities are to manage the program.

  • Malmstrom assesses wildlife hazards

    The 341st Civil Engineer Squadron environmental section is currently conducting a year-long wildlife hazard assessment, which is a survey of potential wildlife hazards on base that could affect the flying mission at Malmstrom, which could include deer, small mammals such as foxes and coyotes, or the

  • Maintaining work mishaps; 97 MXG wins OSHA award

    Representatives from the 97th Maintenance Group at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, accepted the Star Among Stars Award at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Region Six Voluntary Protection Program Association conference in San Antonio, Texas, May 25, 2022.

  • Caution urged as peak deer-vehicle collision season returns

    The National Highway Safety Administration states that there are approximately 1.5 million deer-vehicle collisions, or DVCs, every year in the United States resulting in $1 billion in vehicle damage.Worse yet, DVCs cause 175-200 human deaths and 10,000 injuries annually.State Farm lists Tennessee as

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