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  • Fall Town Hall Meeting

    A Fall Town Hall will be held at the Grizzly Bend Sept. 6 starting at 6 p.m. Base agencies are set to speak on topics ranging from back-to-school to winter preparedness. Digital copies of handouts that will be presented are linked. The event will include a Question and Answer session.

  • Myths and facts about the vax — debunking common COVID-19 vaccine myths

    The COVID-19 vaccine has been mandated across the Department of Defense and despite its demonstrated effectiveness and safety, a host of myths have left some Airmen and Guardians hesitant to receive it. While social media posts and some news outlets may make it harder to keep up with what is fact or

  • Staying safe from COVID-19 this summer

    Summertime means warm weather, lots of sunshine, and staying active outdoors. As more people visit parks, pools, and other recreational facilities, keeping Airmen safe from COVID-19 is of upmost importance to maintain the Air Force’s mission.

  • Are you prepared for summer?

    The Air Force promotes a culture of safety by ensuring Airmen operate with discipline and recognize the difference between acceptable mistakes and unacceptable behaviors.“As outlined in our Striker Culture, “Excellence” is one of our Focus Areas,” said General Timothy Ray, Air Force Global Strike

  • Camping Safety

    In honor of National Safety Month, here are three camping tips. (U.S. grapic by Alex Stevenson)

  • Maintaining motorcycle mastery in Montana

    With warmer weather, more and more people are trading in their four-wheeled rides for a two-wheeled version. A motorcycle is a fun alternative to taking a drive in a sedan or station wagon. However, before you jump on your bike and tour the countryside, there are a few things to keep in mind.First,

  • Eliminating health hazards one pest at a time

    Insects, rodents, snakes and weeds, what do these things have in common? They all are capable of interfering with our mission and well-being.It is the job of the 341st Civil Engineer Squadron pest management team to eradicate these irritants to ensure the safety of the base populous and the

  • Airmen innovation saves $224K, promotes safer travel

    In northern tier bases, weather ranges drastically from triple digits and hot road conditions to double-digit negatives, making icy roads hazardous if not travelled properly. Despite the risk, Airmen travel to and from the missile field to accomplish the mission.

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