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  • Are you prepared for summer?

    The Air Force promotes a culture of safety by ensuring Airmen operate with discipline and recognize the difference between acceptable mistakes and unacceptable behaviors.“As outlined in our Striker Culture, “Excellence” is one of our Focus Areas,” said General Timothy Ray, Air Force Global Strike

  • Preventing heat illness

    Anyone exposed to high temperatures for a sustained period of time is at risk for heat-related illness.  Heat-related illnesses, like heat exhaustion or heat stroke, happen when the body is not able to properly cool itself.  The body normally cools itself by sweating.  But under some conditions,

  • Summer safety is back: how do you prepare?

    It doesn’t take much time to realize summer has struck New Mexico: high temperatures, a lot of sun, school is out, cow farms stinking just a little bit more than usual. Around Cannon AFB, Clovis and Portales, N.M., more people will be out and about playing sports, grilling out or even splashing in a

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