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  • Winter Weather: Ice-Related Hazards

    Cold weather can be dangerous, or even deadly. The best time to prepare for severe winter weather is now, before temperatures drop significantly and staying safe and warm becomes a challenge.

  • Winter Vehicle inspections at Spangdahlem AB

    A vehicle safety representative uses a battery tester to check the battery voltage and starting power of a car’s battery during a winter vehicle inspection at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, Oct. 21, 2022. A car battery can be negatively impacted by the winter season due to cold weather weakening and

  • Winter driving on base brings distinct challenges

    Winter can often bring harsh weather, causing unfavorable driving conditions. It’s important for base drivers to be mindful of the rules of the road and to especially be cautious when driving in adverse conditions.

  • Winter is coming: practice driving safely

    With winter’s icy grasp around the corner, it’s important Airmen understand proper winter driving safety.“The weather here is unpredictable,” said Airman 1st Class Gavin Carpenter, 21st Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter. “It’s important to be prepared and always have a plan.”The Colorado

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