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  • Choose to celebrate safely this Independence Day

    While the Fourth of July holiday weekend can be perfect opportunity to relax and spend time with family and friends, this extended holiday weekend also has become one of the deadliest in the United States. From increases in drinking and driving to a dramatic spike in fireworks mishaps, most of the

  • Teens don’t drive as much as they used to … and that can kill our troops

    An investigation into a recent Department of Defense tactical vehicle rollover crash that left two servicemembers dead and 15 injured revealed the driver had been going too fast while trying to negotiate a 90-degree turn at a traffic light. However, it also uncovered a less apparent cause. While the

  • Tools to survive summer’s high-risk season

    The 101 Critical Days of Summer has officially kicked off. The mishap prevention campaign runs from Memorial Day Weekend (May 25) through Labor Day (Sept. 2). During this period, Airmen and Guardians historically increase high-risk activities as they venture out visiting friends and family,

  • ASAP | Airman Safety App

    The Airman Safety App, or ASAP, provides Airmen the opportunity to report safety-related risks and close calls using the Airman Safety Action Report. Anyone, anywhere, with almost any device can quickly and easily report safety-related problems involving personnel, equipment or property.

  • Should Daylight Saving Time go the way of the Dodo bird?

    Daylight Saving Time, the dreaded “spring forward” version, is upon us. At 2 a.m. March 10 most of us push our clocks ahead 60 minutes and promptly lose a precious hour of sleep. This has many people wishing Daylight Saving Time would go the way of the Dodo bird … extinct. And with the accompanying