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Default Air Force Logo Cops ask for vigilance against on-base thefts
Living or working on a military installation gives most people a sense of security. Why wouldn't it? There's a fence around the base and guards at the gates. The sense of security is displayed by motorists who leave their windows down while shopping at the BX or leave their cars running while they grab a drink at the shoppette. The truth is, when
0 8/14
2009
Default Air Force Logo Eglin demonstrates safe summer three-quarters way through 101 critical days, plan to continue
The start of August means we've completed three-quarters of the 101 Critical Days of Summer. I'm proud to say that Team Eglin has not experienced a single Class A or B mishap during this time and has suffered only minor injuries incurred mostly on the sporting fields. Achieving our goal of zero mishaps, zero fatalities, requires a team effort from
0 8/06
2009
Default Air Force Logo Base legal cautions driving with suspended license
A surprising number of people are ticketed for driving with a suspended license on base and a common problem seems to be that many do not know there are two steps to reinstating their license after it has been suspended-contacting both the ticket-issuing court and the Department of Motor Vehicles. In Florida, and most other states, the state may
0 8/05
2009
(U.S. Air Force graphic/Samuel King Jr.) Don't be a statistic: a safety message
It's hard to believe that we are already half way through the 101 Critical Days of Summer. With so much to do in the area this time of year, it is easy to let loose and to lose sight of taking necessary steps to keep ourselves safe while having fun. A fact that might bring you back to reality is that since the same year Operation Enduring Freedom
0 7/07
2009
Maj. Gen. Charles R. Davis Think smart, prevent DUIs
Within the past few weeks, five Team Eglin active duty members received Preventable DUIs. I say PREVENTABLE because no DUI ever has to happen. Luckily, none of these incidents resulted in serious injuries or loss of life. There are two things I immediately ask when I hear of a DUI: What was the plan and where was the Wingman? In everything we do,
0 6/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Captain offers 'first-hand' advice on home refinancing
Are you getting ready for a permenant change of station? Do you own your home? Are you going to rent it out rather than sell it? Do you think you will refinance after the move? Think again. The minute you pull out of your driveway, your refinancing options may evaporate. This is an issue many people are experiencing or possibly will experience in
0 6/12
2009
Default Air Force Logo The truth about energy and sports drinks
Consumption of energy drinks and sports drinks are on the rise, so it's important for consumers to be aware of the effects of these types of drinks on teeth. Advertising campaigns lead one to believe these energy and sports drinks are better for you than colas, when in reality, they are just as bad if not worse because of the risk of dental
0 4/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Know H1N1 flu facts, be prepared
Current news of the H1N1 Flu Outbreak shows just how vulnerable we can be, but Team Eglin is ready. Though Center of Disease Control and Prevention determined this novel strain is not pandemic, there are more than 60 confirmed cases in our country and even more cases exist in Mexico. Thankfully, we now know if something were to happen here, Team
0 4/29
2009
Default Air Force Logo Starve the trash can; feed the recycling box
In the corner of my office cubicle I have a standard trash can and a cardboard box. I place non-recyclable items such as candy wrappers and styrofoam cups in the trash can. In the cardboard box I place paper, plastic, glass and anything else remotely recyclable. Making the choice to recycle is a matter of personal effort that means taking a few
0 4/16
2009
Default Air Force Logo States aim to relieve stress on military children with education benefits
Watching my daughter, Brittany, adjust to life as a student in her fourth high school in four years, I can certainly empathize with the sacrifices our military families often make to support our service to this great nation. One may think it should be an easy transition since she has practice: Niceville High School is the 11th school she's attended
0 4/13
2009
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