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Street Beat

Posted February 15, 2013 by Senior Airman Christopher VonHatten

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents Feb.1 through 7: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 12 moving and two nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents Feb. 1: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident adjacent to Bldg. 966. There were no injuries. Feb. 1: Security forces responded to a report…

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Firearm safety goes distance to prevent mishaps

Posted February 15, 2013 by Airman 1st Class DEVANTE WILLIAMS

Combat Arms Training and Maintenance members went out to the Ben Avery Shooting Range Jan. 31 to maintain their qualifications as advanced designated marksmen.

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Two-wheelers not always visible on road

Posted February 8, 2013 by Senior Airman SANDRA WELCH

Luke Air Force Base has more than 420 motorcycle riders. As a rider on Luke, it is required to complete a basic rider’s course. It is also mandatory to wear personal protective gear. It never hurts to be too safe especially with the number of deaths and injuries from motorcycle accidents. In 2012, Luke had…

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First dental visit for children comes early

Posted February 8, 2013 by Senior Airman LETITIA EISS

It’s never too early to care for a child’s teeth. Properly caring for children’s teeth and gums can prevent many dental issues such as cavities and gum disease. Dental health starts at a very early age. The first dental visit should coincide with the child’s first birthday. This allows the dentist to look for dental…

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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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Luke outpatient clinic will soon start using MiCARE to communicate with patients

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Patients assigned to primary care managers at Luke Air Force Base Outpatient Clinic will soon be able to communicate with their PCM through a secure online email messaging service called MiCare. MiCare is an Internet-based Web portal with a confidential secure online email messaging service that allows beneficiaries to easily interact with their military healthcare…

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Healthy restaurant eating possible

Posted February 8, 2013 by Senior Airman KATE VAUGHN

For most people trying to cut calories, keep an eye on cholesterol or simply improve overall health, “Would you like to go out to eat?” can be eight frightening words. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, “Every meal away from home increases an adult’s average daily calorie count by about 135 calories.” That probably…

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Personal trainers ready, waiting to give extra push

Posted February 1, 2013 by Senior Airman KATE VAUGHN

Paul Johnson, 56th Force Support Squadron personal trainer, instructs Julie Kenkel on proper technique during a workout at the Luke Air Force Base Warrior Fitness Center. Johnson is one of two personal trainers available at the Bryant Fitness Center who train military members, dependents and retirees. For more information or to schedule an appointment with…

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Lower risk for heart disease

Posted February 1, 2013 by SHARI LOPATIN

One out of every four women dies from heart disease in the U.S., according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. It’s the top killer of U.S. women and men. Heart disease begins with damage to the lining inside the heart’s arteries. Certain factors contribute to this damage, including smoking, high cholesterol, high blood…

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Staff Sgt. C.J. Hatch Kevin Hurley, 56th Medical Operations Squadron, tees off during the February African American Heritage Month golf tournament. The tournament was a four-person scramble with a shotgun start. The money raised from the tournament went to support AAHM activities throughout the month.

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