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  • The TITAN arena initiative: HPT prioritizes pilot health

    Effectively operating a Fourth or Fifth-Generation fighter jet requires the human body to surpass extraordinary physical and mental heights. Spending hours upon hours strapped into the confined space of a cockpit, fighter pilots endure a constant barrage of extreme G-force at dangerous altitudes

  • Safety first: Exploring the supervisor safety training

    Before assuming a supervisory position in the Air Force, Airmen undergo mandatory Supervisor Safety Training.The purpose of this training is to equip future supervisors with the necessary skills to effectively manage scenarios posing risk to Airmen's safety, while also emphasizing preventative

  • Getting down and dirty: Off-Road Safety Course

    Goodfellow Air Force Base is revving its engines with a new utility task vehicle and remotely operated vehicle safety course requirement. A new mandate makes the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association course a requirement for all Department of Defense personnel operating off-road vehicles.

  • Building Confined-Space Competence

    U.S. and Canadian personnel pose at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, conducted confined-space training together July 25, 2023. This confined-space training allowed for us to share knowledge and expertise, thus reducing the risks associated with confined-space operations for all.

  • It's a Feeling: Motorcycle Awareness Month

    Pease Air National Guard Base offers various levels of free motorcycle riding courses to all Department of Defense personnel throughout the riding season, April to November.

  • Travis AFB maintainers receive the skinny on saving lives

    Fuel tank extraction exercises which consist of calling emergency services, evacuating affected personnel from an aircraft and beginning resuscitation protocol, combine with a series of computer-based trainings to turn what would otherwise be a frantic struggle to save an Airman trapped inside a

  • Fire Prevention Week 2019

    National Fire Prevention Week will be here soon! Col. Andres Nazario, 17th Training Wing commander, will sign the Goodfellow FPW proclamation on October 2, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. Any and all Goodfellow personnel are invited to the event, which will take place at the Wing Flagpole in front of the Norma

  • 12th OSS egress training saves lives

    With approximately 1,200 students certified or recertified every year, the program teaches pilots how to properly egress from T-1A Jayhawk, T-6A Texan II and T-38C Talon aircraft.

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