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  • Atlantic hurricane season begins; preparedness key

    Hurricane season officially starts today. Are you ready?As children are being released from school and parents are getting busy with summer plans, don’t forget about being prepared for the hurricane storm season.The 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron wants to remind people that planning and

  • Be safe and don’t have a scary Halloween

    For Joint Base San Antonio members and their families, celebrating Halloween safely is a matter of following common-sense tips that can make the day enjoyable without any unsafe incidents.

  • Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over; avoiding DUIs saves lives

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every day roughly 28 people die in accidents involving drivers who were under the influence or while intoxicated. That statistic equates to about one loss of life every 52 minutes.

  • Tick Talk

    Youngstown Air Reserve Station, Ohio, is in an area with a high population of ticks, known carriers of various diseases. Knowing what to look for and how to prevent bites can help Airmen protect themselves and their families.

  • Reserve Citizen Airmen motorcycle safety training at Luke

    The motorcycle rider community has changed a bit from the days of the film Easy Rider. You may choose to ride motorcycles because it makes commuting easier and fun, more affordable, therapeutic, or simply because it makes you cool. Whatever the reason, there are safety precautions one must take to

  • Keeping the kitchen safe this Thanksgiving

    Though people may be gathering in smaller numbers this Thanksgiving Day, the celebrations across the nation will still center on food.Even in the midst of festivities and feasting, it is important to keep safety at the forefront. Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires, according to the

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