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  • Distracted driving ripe with dangers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio -- The next time you’re at a stoplight, take a look around. Look at the vehicle next to you, on your left and right.You might see the mother of two turned around, trying to give her baby a pacifier. Or you might see a businessman, dressed in a suit and tie,

  • Hill urges drivers to slow down, keep roadways safe

    Over the past few months, there has been an increase in driving related mishaps across the installation. Personally owned vehicle mishaps on base were up 50 percent in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2021. Unfortunately, one of these mishaps resulted in a pedestrian being transported to a local

  • Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    Distracted driving can happen anywhere, even here at Laughlin Air Force Base. Base safety officials are taking the lead to ensure all Team XL personnel and families don’t become another statistic. It all starts with base personnel taking the initiative to actually focus on driving when driving and

  • Don’t tempt fate, that text can wait

    October is Distracted Driving Awareness Month reminding Airmen to focus on the road while driving.According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving is anything that diverts a driver’s attention away from the road. This can include texting, talking, eating and

  • Be Smart. Be SAFE

    Seventeen incidents of drunken driving have happened this year at Minot Air Force Base. Inconsiderate decisions like these reminded one Team Minot member of a traumatic duty he had to perform as a civilian medic.“I was one of the people that had to go recover the body,” said Senior Airman Gibbs

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