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  • Spotlight: Dennis Pearson

    Name and rank: Dennis Pearson, GS-11Duty title: Safety managerUnit of assignment: 88th Civil Engineer GroupWhat do you do at Wright-Patt? My job is to ensure the safety of over 500 civil engineers, who provide the highest-quality living and working environment for our 30,000-person workforce and 110

  • Take time to learn emergency exit routes at work

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OH -- With buildings being repurposed and workspace at a premium, it’s common for emergency exit routes to be overlooked or forgotten.The unfortunate reality is that waiting until a real-world scenario to assess and test your facility’s emergency exit routes could be

  • Spring cleaning: No shortcuts when it comes to safety

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OH -- Safety is not normally on people’s minds when they begin to haul out all those cleaning supplies and equipment for spring cleaning, but it should be.Every day, we need to be careful when going about our household chores. But when you really start tearing the

  • Safety is key for 23rd MUNS

    Most people would think building 240 rockets by hand would take forever to complete, but for the 23rd Munitions Squadron, it’s just another day.The tedious repetition and attention to detail is crucial for the hardworking Airmen who ensure each asset is in perfect shape before it is ready to be

  • Spring cleaning of garage calls for extra precautions

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, OH -- This time of year, many people like to reorganize and clear out unwanted items around their homes. If one of those areas around the house is the garage, keep these tips in mind when organizing and cleaning it.Ensure there are clear walking surfaces when

  • GSSAP 5, 6 accepted for operations

    Space Operations Command has accepted Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) satellites 5 and 6 as operationally capable and has presented them to United States Space Command for operational use.

  • 62nd AW Safety Office wins 2021 AMC Safety Office of the Year

    The 62d Airlift Wing (62 AW), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, led by Col David A. Fazenbaker, has been awarded the 2021 Air Mobility Command (AMC) Safety Office of the Year recognition.The 62 AW ensured no major mishaps while directing the flight safety for 2,500 missions transporting 80,000 tons of

  • Distracted driving ripe with dangers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The next time you’re at a stoplight, take a look around. Look at the vehicle next to you, on your left and right.You might see the mother of two turned around, trying to give her baby a pacifier. Or you might see a businessman, dressed in a suit and tie,

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