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  • A2D2: We drive to save lives

    Airmen Against Drunk Driving transportation services ensure base members get home safely, mitigating any potential risks of impeding the 35th Fighter Wing mission. “A2D2 ensures the safety of the mission’s most important asset: people,” stressed Staff Sgt. Kiernan Judd, a 35th Mental Operations Squadron mental health technician and lead coordinator for A2D2. “By getting our Airmen and families home safely we are doing our best to circumvent DUIs and the career, personal, financial and host nation relation damages that could follow.”
  • Aircrew safety top priority for AFE shop

    The 100th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment shop operates behind the scenes to support the aerial refueling mission. Responsible for repairing and maintaining the flight equipment pilots and boom operators need such as survival resources, oxygen masks, radios, and chemical protection gear, AFE serves an important role in mission success.
  • Safety: A key component in any good holiday celebration

    The Air Forces top three leaders highlighted winter and holiday safety hazards in a recently released tri-signature memorandum.
  • 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 Brown building.
  • Fighting to fly: Creech Airman thrives after life-changing crash

    Waking up in an unfamiliar place, having suffered numerous injuries, he couldn’t believe the scene set before him. He waited for the curtains to be drawn to reveal the hospital bed and medical equipment attached to him were all fake. He thought to himself “This is a crazy dream, what a crazy dream this is.”
  • Back to School Safety

    Back to school season is here, and that means sharing the roads with buses and pedestrians. The Tyndall Air Force Base safety office wants to inform drivers on the importance of safe driving on base and around schools.
  • OSHA training promotes safety readiness

    The 23d Wing safety office is holding a free OSHA training course for section supervision, July 29-Aug. 2, 2019, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The training is part of OSHA’s outreach training program, and will cover an overview of the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. The training will emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.
  • Air, land, sea: ROBD hypoxia training

    When flying an aircraft, situational awareness is key for a pilot to have. However, breathing is also important for a pilot. To help pilots learn how their body is feeling and reacting to the lower amounts of oxygen at higher altitudes, the 1st Operations Group Aerospace and Operational Physiology team uses the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device, which is designed to induce hypoxia symptoms.
  • Misawa Airmen wind down by speeding up

    Misawa Airmen take advantage of Northern Japan's racing tracks in their free time.
  • Summer – A time to enjoy family, friends, and practice good risk management

    As Airmen approach and plan for summer activities, leadership at all levels should take the time to discuss risk management and highlight hazards Airmen may encounter during the upcoming months.
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