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No More Aircraft Crashes? - Technology to save pilots’ lives ready for take-offNo More Aircraft Crashes? - Technology to save pilots’ lives ready for take-off
No More Aircraft Crashes? - Technology to save pilots’ lives ready for take-off

An F-35 Lightning Joint Strike Fighter is one of the aircraft that could benefit from the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System, which is designed to prevent aircraft crashes. First USAS Pilot To Fly In AA-1 F-35 - Lt Col James "FLIPPER" Kromberg. (Photo by David Drais, Lockheed Martin)
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Posted: 5/4/2008

Nowhere to RunNowhere to Run
Nowhere to Run

Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere in the world, but the United States is the country with the highest frequency of tornadoes. (Illustration by Sammie W. King)
Nowhere to Run


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Posted: 5/4/2008

Winter Fun in the SunWinter Fun in the Sun
Winter Fun in the Sun

Winter is here and that means it is time to pull out the sweaters... and the sunscreen! Yes sunscreen. Outdoor fun activities such as skiing, ice skating and sledding can be fun, but it is important to protect your skin from the bitter cold, heavy winds and winer sun. (©RF/NOVA)
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Posted: 2/29/2008

Can you hear a pin drop?Can you hear a pin drop?
Can you hear a pin drop?

The composite illustration represents healthy hearing, where that person is easily able to hear the softest sounds ... even a pin dropping. (composite illustration by Sammie W. King)
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Posted: 12/14/2007

A 'GROWING PROBLEM'A 'GROWING PROBLEM'
A 'GROWING PROBLEM'

Leonardo da Vinci’s iconic drawing of the “Vitruvian Man,” along with the accompanying text, is sometimes called “Proportions of Man.” Created around the year 1492 as a scientific study of the proportions of the male human body, his artwork probably would look different if redone today, as the “proportions of man” (and woman) have changed over the years. (illustration by Sammie W. King)
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Posted: 9/28/2007

A Mom's MiseryA Mom's Misery
A Mom's Misery

A martini shaker pouring alcohol into a broken glass with the alcohol splattering onto two wrecked vehicles, illustrating the consequences of DUI in this story. (composite illustration by Sammie W. King)
A Mom's Misery


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Posted: 7/6/2007

Bird Busters!Bird Busters!
Bird Busters!

An illustration of a goose in flight with the "not allowed" red circle and bar going around it. (by Sammie W. King)
Bird Busters!


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Posted: 7/6/2007

CV-22CV-22
CV-22

"It seems like every time I tell someone that I fly in CV-22s, they still have that bad taste in their mouth, because it had a shaky history in the development stages. But it’s a safe aircraft." — Staff Sgt. Jeremy Hoyh, CV-22 flight engineer (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Hannen)
CV-22


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Posted: 5/3/2007

PGU 28A/B 20mm cannon roundPGU 28A/B 20mm cannon round
PGU 28A/B 20mm cannon round

The more aerodynamic, higher velocity PGU 28A/B 20mm cannon round replaced the M56 round long used by F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots. The new ammo allows for higher velocity, a greater standoff distance and increased safety for pilots, all contributing to greater effectiveness while providing close-air support. Its use Feb. 26 against insurgents east of Baghdad, Iraq, marked the first in battle for Air Force F-16 pilots.
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Posted: 5/3/2007

115 pounds lighter!115 pounds lighter!
115 pounds lighter!

A digital illustration of a person standing on a scale weighing themselves.
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Posted: 5/3/2007

TEARS FOR CHLOETEARS FOR CHLOE
TEARS FOR CHLOE

Keeping Children Safe from Poisoning 1. Keep all household products and medicines locked up, out of sight and out of reach. 2. Use child-resistant packaging properly by closing the container securely after each use or choose child-resistant unit packaging, which does not need to be re-secured. 3. Call 1-800-222-1222 immediately in case of poisoning. 4. When products are in use, keep children in your sight, even if you must take them along when answering the phone or doorbell. 5. Keep items in original containers. 6. Leave the original labels on all products, and read the label before using. 7. Do not put decorative lamps and candles that contain lamp oil where children can reach them. Lamp oil can be very toxic if ingested by young children. 8. Always turn the light on when giving or taking medicine so you can see what you are taking. Check the dosage every time. 9. Avoid taking medicine in front of children. 10. Clean out the medicine cabinet periodically and safely dispose of unneeded and outdated medicines.
TEARS FOR CHLOE


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Posted: 5/3/2007

Scarlet LettersScarlet Letters
Scarlet Letters

My palms are sweating. I got caught driving drunk and must face the consequences. (illustration by Sammie King)
Scarlet Letters


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Posted: 1/28/2007

    

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