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Default Air Force Logo Air Force Occupational Safety sponsors Fall Protection Focus Weeks
Air Force Occupational Safety will sponsor Fall Protection Focus weeks May 2-13 to draw attention to avoidable mishaps due to falls.During calendars years 2011-2015, falls were responsible for 6,724 Air Force injuries that resulted in 42,539 lost work days at a cost of nearly $65 million.Throughout the Fall Protection focus period, Air Force
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Default Air Force Logo Online registration for 2016 DOD Warrior Games now open
Online registration is now open to participate in the 2016 Department of Defense Warrior Games at Volunteers, media and distinguished visitors -- as well as selected athletes, family members, non-medical attendants, staff and coaches -- must register online to participate.The Army will host the DOD Warrior Games at the U.S. Military
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Default Air Force Logo Contests spotlight creativity
Budding photographers and artists can enter the 2016 Photo and Art Contest, sponsored by the Air Force Services Activity.Authorized patrons of force support squadron programs are eligible to participate in the Air Force SVA promotions and contests.Winning entries in each category can earn gift cards in amounts of $300 for first place; $200 for
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Staff Sgt. Christopher Ford, 319th Operations Support Squadron NCO-in-charge of weather flight, pats his son CJ, 10-months-old, on the head April 5, 2016, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Ford and his son participated in the Beautiful Child Photo Shoot and Activity Fair, an event on Grand Forks AFB, as part of the Month of the Military Child celebration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ryan Spark/Released) Warriors of the North celebrate Month of the Military Child
The 319th Air Base Wing kicked off the Month of the Military Child with the Beautiful Child Photo Shoot and Activity Fair April 5, 2016, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota.The Department of Defense established April as the Month of the Military Child in 1986. Each base hosts their own events to honor the sacrifices made by military
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Default Air Force Logo DOD announces pilot tutoring program for service members
Officials with the Defense Department Voluntary Education Program and the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) announced the launch of a pilot tutoring program that will provide service members with tutoring support at no cost, anytime, anywhere."If a service member is struggling with a college course or simply needs help
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Lisa Disbrow, Undersecretary of the Air Force, left, and Tom Falck, Grand Forks County Commissioner, right, sign the Joint Use Agreement between the U.S. Air Force and Grand Forks Country March 30, 2016, at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. This agreement allows the county and its partners to use the runway on Grand Forks AFB. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Xavier Navarro) Under Secretary of the Air Force signs Grand Forks AFB Joint Use Agreement

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Default Air Force Logo MiCare updates process for personal health record
The Air Force's secure patient portal, MiCare, also known as RelayHealth, is making changes to the personal health record process March 28.Automatic updates to MiCare PHR will be discontinued; however, electronic health records will continue to be available through the Blue Button feature on TRICARE Online (TOL). Beneficiaries can use TOL to access
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Default Air Force Logo TRICARE offers relief for spring allergies
The weather is finally warming and we can spend more time outdoors. Unfortunately for some, warm weather brings suffering from seasonal allergies. However, there is hope. TRICARE covers proven services and supplies needed to diagnose and treat allergies.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allergies are the sixth leading
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Default Air Force Logo AFSVA gets ready for 2016 youth camps
Teenagers looking to cure those summertime blues will have various camps to choose from this year, thanks to central funding from the Air Force Services Activity, also known as AFSVA.Teen family members of active-duty military assigned to or working or living on an Air Force led/joint installation; retired Airmen; Air Force civilian employees; Air
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Airmen from the 319th Air Base Wing compete in a knocker ball tournament March 18, 2016, on Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Airmen wore a plastic bubble and played soccer, but were able to knock each other off their feet. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Patrick Wyatt/Released) Warriors of the North vie to be crowned Winter Bash Champions

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