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  • Third Annual Spring Motorcycle Focus Kick-off

    The third annual Spring PMV-2 Focus, will be held from March 21- May 21, 2021, is intended to highlight motorcycle safety and ensure all Air Force military riders know the requirements. The Motorcycle Unit Safety Tracking Tool (MUSTT) and Unit Motorcycle Safety Representative (MSR's) are vital in

  • Enjoy the ride while feeling safe; SJ promotes safe motorcycle riding

    It’s important for all motorcyclists, whether new or experienced, to know and practice safe driving techniques. The 4th Fighter Wing safety office paired with members of Team Seymour to help inform and teach riders about motorcycle safety by becoming certified trainers in order to teach the Basic

  • Motorcycle safety requirements contribute to military riding culture

    The riding season in Oregon is coming to a close for some motorcycle enthusiasts, while others may choose to ride through the rainy winter. But no matter the season, motorcycle safety requirements are different for military members.Riders in military status, whether active duty or in the guard or

  • Risks for Air Force Riders

    The Air Force Safety Center took a look at common risks riders experienced over the past 10 years that resulted in mishaps. These risks can be used as lessons learned or food for thought for all riders.

  • 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

  • Nicer weather ushers in renewed focus on motorcycle safety

    The month of May is recognized as National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month – a time to promote vigilance among motorcyclists and awareness among the motorists who share the roads with them.The warmer temperatures and sunnier skies of the spring season and approaching summer will bring an increase

  • Training helps motorcycle riders stay safe

    New military motorcycle riders here have two options before riding: attend an approved motorcycle-training course or obtain their license to ride in accordance with state laws.

  • Motorcycle safety course prepares global trainers

    Motorcyclists from military bases around the globe converged on Joint Base San Antonio-Medina Annex May 12-24 for a train-the-trainer workshop.The workshop trained eight new trainers and 10 new rider coaches. Rider coaches helped Department of Defense members with the initial member training

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