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Airman Safety App graphic Evolution of the Airman Safety App
The evolution of the Air Force Safety Center’s Airman Safety App reached an important milestone with recent software updates on Dec. 1.This simple web-based tool, provides a streamlined process for all Airmen, their families and anyone accessing the base to report safety issues as they encounter them.“The Air Force wants to utilize every Airman as
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Staff Sgt. Roberto E. Maisonave (first row, third in), a client systems technician with the 920th Mission Support Group Communications Flight, poses with the Seminole County Sheriff's school crossing guards (back row) and 920th RQW safety team (front row). Maisonave designed Carl the Safety Bear which is a large part of a safety initiative in the county. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brandon Kalloo Sanes) Military member creates larger-than-life animal character to save kids’ lives
Move over Mickey Mouse, Carl the Safety Bear is here to spread a message of goodwill and spotlight safety in Seminole County. With animal memes exploding all over the internet and a famous mouse at the forefront of Florida’s most-visited destination, it only made sense for the Seminole County Sherriff’s School Crossing Guard director, Jo Jo Sturm,
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Default Air Force Logo Pokémon, oh no
Watch out! Everyone’s favorite 90s game is back, this time in the form of a mobile phone application. That’s right, with Nintendo’s release of its new “Pokémon Go” mobile game, people throughout America are catching Pokémon fever again.
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