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  • Roll into Motorcycle Season 2024 Safely

    The time is coming! Days will be longer and warmer soon which means more outdoor activities and motorcycles on the road. Understanding motorcycle safety is essential for all motorcycle riders. Awareness of hazards, personal protective equipment, and safety precautions all contribute to mitigating

  • Beneath the smoke of Laughlin’s controlled burn

    A firefighter with the U.S. Air Force Wildland Fire Branch, uses a drip torch to light dry vegetation on fire during a controlled burn at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, Jan. 13, 2024. The drip torch fuel mixture ignites via a lit wick at the end of the torch and drips onto the ground. The

  • Rudolph and his red nose aside, deer on road can actually ruin Christmas

    Whether you see deer as a target, a garden nuisance, a picturesque element of the woodland environment or one of Santa’s team, we can all agree they present a life-threatening hazard to a motorist. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 1.5 million deer-vehicle

  • US Air Force upgrades eye protection for aircrew

    Comprised of eight different devices and known as the Block 3 family of products, the eyewear will provide protection from laser threats and introduces a combined laser and ballistic protection capability for the first time.

  • Getting down and dirty: Off-Road Safety Course

    Goodfellow Air Force Base is revving its engines with a new utility task vehicle and remotely operated vehicle safety course requirement. A new mandate makes the Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association course a requirement for all Department of Defense personnel operating off-road vehicles.