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  • NYNG's 106th Rescue Wing trains on beach for winter driving

    MASTIC BEACH, N.Y. - Over 100 New York Air National Guard Airmen assigned to the 106th Rescue Wing prepared for winter weather emergencies by conducting driver training on the beach.Driving military vehicles in the beach sand at Smith Point County Park near Mastic Beach replicates driving in snow,

  • Winter Driving Safety

    PETERSON SPACE FORCE BASE, Colo. -- With winter’s icy grasp around the corner, it’s important for Airmen, Guardians, DoD civilians and their families to know and understand proper winter driving safety.

  • Winter Driving; Are you Prepared?

    With snow and winter weather forecasted in the coming days, it’s important to re-familiarize ourselves with safe winter driving practices. According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, snow or icy road conditions were reported in 78,335 crashes between the years 2015-2019.  Those crashes

  • 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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