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Air Force colonel tells crew they failed America because they nixed an unsafe training mission
“I can't express to you the level of disappointment I have right now.”
Your PPE buying guide for the shooting range
If you’ve ever fired a weapon, you've probably had someone give you a safety brief that mentioned “eyes and ears.” Those are the typical things to protect when you’re shooting. But recent studies have shown that list should also include your lungs due to the risk of lead exposure at the range
Fallen troops’ families demand action after spate of military vehicle rollover deaths
At least 15 troops were killed in vehicle training accidents last year, and now several of their families are pressuring Congress and the military to take action.
Well, this new Army PSA on household safety took a dark turn
Ah yes, yet another glorious opportunity to remind the world that even the might American warfighter is no match for household chores.
The Navy’s Next Fix For Sleepy Crews Could Be… Rose-Colored Glasses
It’s been a rough year for the Navy, especially the forward-deployed surface fleet. Reeling from four underway mishaps that claimed...
Exhausted Navy Fleet Faces A Dilemma: How To Hit ‘Reset’ While Staying On Watch
7th Fleet, the U.S. Navy’s Pacific forward deployed naval force, has burned itself out; the cost of this burnout is...
Here Are The 5 Safest US States To Live In, Apparently
Choosing where to live can be hard, but safety should always be a top factor. Every day, we scroll through...
Safety Standdowns Aren’t Working
After several aviation mishaps in just a few weeks, the Marine Corps’ deputy commandant for aviation, Lt. Gen. Jon Davis,...