Feature Search

Feature Comments Updated
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Public Address Lead Gary Thomas and 1st Lt. (ret.) James Spence discuss memories from a 1943 the 35th Photo Tech Unit Yearbook of Guam, where Lieutanant Spence transferred after his assignment at Peterson Field. (Air Force photo/Rob Bussard) WWII Photo Lab commander returns to visit Multimedia Services Center
Gone are the days of clunky cameras, oversized film enlargers, and wet chemical film processing. Today's photo professionals use compact and efficient digital cameras, personal computers, and digital printers to convert light into pixels, instead of the silver halide emulsions used in film. Here at the Peterson AFB Multimedia Services Center, we
0 11/05
2008
Airmen check out some of the many motorcycles on display July 13 during Peterson’s motorcycle rally. There was safety tips, games, music, food and more offered during the event. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Dahl) Motorcyle riders must follow PPE guidelines
April is, on average, the second deadliest month for motorcycle crashes, but riders can protect themselves by following the Air Force's personal protective equipment guidelines. A recent review of Air Force motorcycle data showed wearing the right gear really does help. The Air Force Safety Center looked at 582 Class A, B and C mishaps from 2006
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Lightning, tornadoes and floods ... oh my!
I want to start off this article with a quick quiz to test your storm knowledge. First question...What is the first thing members should not do if a tornado is confirmed heading in your direction. A) Begin those remodeling plans you have been putting off B) Put the dog or cat out (unless on a LONG leash) C) Cancel your homeowners insurance D) None
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Play Ball: Sports Day is almost here!
It's that time of year again. The 21st Space Wing Sports Day is around the corner and offers plenty of opportunities to get hurt -- but not if is Airmen take a few moments to think about safety first. Whether wing members plan to swim, play soccer, flag football, golf or combat dominoes, following proven injury prevention techniques offered by the
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Drivers should be on the look out for bicyclists
In 2004, more than 700 bicycle riders were killed and 41,000 riders were injured in traffic mishaps. While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration doesn't detail statistics on how many of those were caused by the bicyclist or the vehicle operator, common sense indicates that any time a bicycle and a vehicle collide - the vehicle wins
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Staying out do trouble in the great outdoors
Are you tired of dealing with indoor plumbing, air conditioning and having to sleep in a comfortable bed? If so, camping is probably your arena. Every year thousands of Americans head into the great outdoors in order to get back to nature. Well, before you head for the hills, you need to do some planning. When selecting a place to camp, try to find
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Living off the land: practicing safety in the wilderness
A young couple just set up camp in a secluded spot at the base of a mountain. And where did they pitch their two-camper tent and equipment? Of course, in a nice, flat sandy spot in the middle of a dry wash, isolated from other campers where they could grill steaks on the open fire. Perfect, right? Hardly! Exercising simple Operational Risk
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Flight planning for the road
Whether traveling this summer as a passenger or operator by car, motorcycle, rail, or air, there is no substitute for proper "preflight" planning. Military pilots will spend as much as two hours of mission planning for a 1-hour sortie. How much time will you spend preparing to take that 15-hour road trip this summer? Regardless of time spent,
0 5/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Are your gums killing you?
Everyone gets the "flossing lecture" and "gum disease warnings." For many people, this may seem absurd. You brush every day, several times even. Use a killer mouthwash that makes your mouth tingly fresh. You get an exam and cleaning every year, maybe you've never had a cavity or filling in your life. So what's the problem and why are you being
0 2/25
2008
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Chief Master Sgt. Michael Sullivan, command chief for Air Force Space Command, visits with members of the 21st Space Wing. He gave his chief's coin to Senior Airman Megan Hein, 721st Security Forces Squadron, to recognize her superior performance. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stephen Collier) Command chief retires after three decades of service
Chief Master Sgt. Michael T. Sullivan retired Feb. 14 after 31 years of service. His position as Air Force Space Command's command chief master sergeant has given him the ultimate opportunity to do what he loves best - serve his country, advise his commander and mentor his Airmen in a command that covers 13 time zones, 160 units and over 48
0 2/18
2008
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
RSS