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  • 101 Critical Days of Summer defending the Human Weapon System

    The 101 Critical Days of Summer begins on Memorial Day weekend and continues through Labor Day weekend. During this timeframe Airmen, and Guardians tend to participate more in outdoor activities, take time to travel, barbeque with friends and explore new things over a season that has historically

  • AFSEC trains Guardians on mishap investigation

    On April 3, the Air Force Safety Center kicked off the first Space Mishap Investigation Course at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, since the standup of the U.S. Space Force. The course, which ended April 14, is aimed to provide Guardians, specifically Space Safety Officers, with the opportunity

  • FY22 DAF Annual Safety Awards Released

    Department of the Air Force Chief of Safety Maj. Gen. Jeannie M. Leavitt has released the recipients for the fiscal year 2022 Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff Safety Awards, as well as the Department of the Air Force Chief of Safety Awards.“We empower our Airmen and Guardians at all

  • The never-ending quest for motorcycle safety

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- You wear your personal protective equipment. You stay on top of your motorcycle’s routine maintenance. You follow all rules of the road when you ride. What more can you do to be a safe rider? A LOT!Safety is one of those things in life that never ends. There

  • Emergency Management encourages flood safety as spring precipitation surges

    Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio -- Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Failing to evacuate flooded areas, entering flood waters, or remaining after a flood has passed can result in injury or death.Flooding is a temporary overflow of water onto land that is

  • Safety reps safeguard mission, team

    Safety is everyone’s responsibility. At Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations, Ed Conway leads the way to ensure the safety of all who work here, as the unit safety representative.

  • Shaw Air Force Base conducts its annual Motorcycle Mentorship Ride

    U.S. service members and civilians assigned to Shaw Air Force Base came together for the annual Motorcycle Mentorship Ride and pre-season briefing, hosted by the 20th Fighter Wing (FW) Safety Office on base, Apr. 10, 2023.The event consisted of a bike show, a “slow race,” a mentorship ride, and a

  • 1SOW motorcyle safety tips

    Airmen who enjoy motorcycles are blessed with warm weather and beautiful Gulf Coast scenery here as spring arrives in full swing, but should continue to engage in smart and safe riding practices whenever they hit the road.

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