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Street Beat – November 9, 2012

Posted November 9, 2012 by Senior Airman Christopher VonHatten,

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Oct. 26 to Nov. 1: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 14 moving and two non-moving violations. Traffic related incidents Oct. 31: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident at the BX parking lot. There were no injuries. Oct. 31: Security forces…

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Hit, run exercise hones response

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Senior Master Sgt. Sandra Nunes, 56th Medical Operations Squadron superintendent, mixes costume makeup Jan. 30 to create the illusion of a compound leg fracture in preparation for a hit-and-run response exercise at Luke Air Force Base. By having mock wounds such as these, first responders are better able to react to the situations they come…

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STREET BEAT

Posted April 26, 2013 by Senior Airman Christopher VonHatten

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents April 12 through 18: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 15 moving and two nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents April 16: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident at the Lightning Gate. There were no injuries. Emergency responses April 12: Security forces responded…

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Med group rewards physical fitness

Posted August 23, 2013 by JAYSON BURNS

Just as other groups on Luke Air Force Base have their own competitions, like the Aircraft Maintenance Unit of the Month award, the 56th Medical Group has created a Commander’s Cup to help raise fitness awareness amongst its Airmen. The trophy and title of “Most Fit Corps,” is given to the team from the 56th…

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Street Beat

Posted January 24, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Travis Dulworth

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Jan. 7 through Jan. 14: Tickets Security forces issued citations for six moving violations. Traffic-related incidents Jan. 7: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident involving two privately owned vehicles in the parking lot west of Bldg. 985. There were no injuries….

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Stress: Everyday occurrence for T-bolts

Posted May 2, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Luke Air Force Base offers resources to Airmen and family members dealing with stress. With the unique challenges that the busy Air Force lifestyle presents to Airmen and family members, some can easily be overcome by stress. However, here at Luke Air Force Base there are resources available to help Airmen…

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Ten grand to cure acne?

Posted April 13, 2012 by Lt. Col. Scott Suckow

The other day I was sifting through a stack of mail at home and noticed a letter from TriWest. It turned out to be an Explanation of Benefits from my kid’s recent trip to the neighborhood pharmacy. Most people probably don’t open them — much less read the fine print — on these statements, but…

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Fit Warrior of the Week – June 29, 2012

Posted June 29, 2012 by

1st Lt. Joe Miller 56th Civil Engineer Squadron Project Management officer-in-charge

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‘Deadly Quartet’ harmful to health

Posted September 7, 2012 by Courtesy of TriWest Healthcare Alliance

You may have heard of musical quartets, some of them famous singing groups (Beatles, anyone?). But did you know one particular quartet can be harmful to your health? It’s known as the “four chronic conditions”— or the Deadly Quartet. And when this group of health issues comes together, the last thing you’ll hear is music….

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Firefighters rely on good nutrition

Posted December 21, 2012 by Senior Airman SANDRA WELCH

Most would think the highest risk for firefighters would be fire related. However, that’s not the case. “The number one killer of firefighters is heart disease,” said Marty Yates, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron health assistant chief and safety officer. “Proper nutrition, cardio, strengthening and rest can help lower the risk.” Aaron Anderson, 56th Aerospace Medicine…

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