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  • Aviation and Space Safety Pioneers in Black History

    Opportunities in the sciences of aviation and space were not always available to all people. A small few fought to be included and thus changed history. Black History Month exists because of pioneers similar to these who stood up to excel and achieve for those who were underrepresented in many

  • CV-22 Mishap Investigation Update

    Lt. Gen. Tony Bauernfeind, Air Force Special Operations Commander, convened a Safety Investigation Board (SIB) and Accident Investigation Board (AIB) in response to the November 29, 2023 CV-22 mishap near Yakushima, Japan. The Safety Investigation is for internal military mishap prevention, while

  • Kirtland Air Force Base's Weapon Safety Office secures award at DAF level

    The 377th Air Base Wing Weapons Safety Office at Kirtland Air Force Base earned a significant milestone by winning the Chief of Safety Team Weapons Safety Award at the Department of the Air Force level. Comprised of five civilians and one enlisted member, Kirtland's Weapon Safety team triumphed over

  • AEDC Safety advises caution when it comes to earthquakes in Tennessee

    Growing up in California, we experienced earthquakes from time to time and learned what to do when one hit.The last one I experienced before moving to Tennessee was a 6.0 earthquake that shook things up and caused some damage. Moving to the south, I worried about tornados but thought earthquakes

  • Offutt remains a No Drone Zone

    As the popularity of small, unmanned aircraft systems or drones, continues to grow, Offutt Air Force Base remains a no drone zone.

  • 54th OSS ensures safe flight operations

    As one of the largest training bases in the Air Force, one of Team Holloman’s missions is to graduate combat-ready pilots. While all members of Holloman assist in this mission, it's the 54th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers who regulate daily air operations, cultivating the next

  • Warren FD conducts Ice Rescue Course

    Members of the F.E. Warren Fire Department held an Ice Rescue Course to prepare for possible ice hazards that can occur during harsh Wyoming winters.

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