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Title: Web defender
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Publication Date: May 21, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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In Brief

Safety Day '07
Safety Day '07 will be held
Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at Heritage Park. The day
will feature the Firefighter
Challenge, Explosive
Ordinance Device and
robotics and Security Forces
dog handler demonstrations.

Memorial Day
hours forAFEES
AAFES hours for Memorial
Day, May 28 are:
* Main Store, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
* Shoal Point Shoppette, 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Class Six Shoppette, 10 a.m. to
5 p.m.
* Felix Lake Shoppette, 6 a.m.
to 9 p.m.
* Anthony's Pizza, 11 a.m. to
4p.m.
* GNC, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
All other AAFES facilities
will be closed May 28.

Junior
R.A.P.T.O.R.
Operation Junior
R.A.P.T.O.R. is a program
where children ages 6-14
go through the deployment
process.
The program will be
held June 1 from 8:30 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Registration date and time
is Tuesday from 4 p.m. to
6:30 p.m.
If you are interest in
volunteering, contact
the Airman and Family
Readiness flight at
283-4204.


Chrissy Cuttita
A female Loggerhead turtle lays her eggs on one of Tyndall's beaches. The safety of endangered species
such as this turtle is why it is important to follow beach rules like not bringing your dog to the beach.

Tyndall cracks down on beach rules


AIRMAN IST CLASS
ANTHONY J. HYATT
325TH FIGHTER WING PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Summer is around the corer, which
means it's time to head to the beach.
People go to the beach to relax, get
a tan and to have fun, but often forget
one thing. The beach is not just a place
to hang out, it's also home to wildlife.
Starting Memorial Day weekend, the
325th Civil Engineer Squadron will
issue tickets in force to people who
violate the rules and bring their dogs
to the beach.
"The beaches on Tyndall are Critical
Wildlife Areas," said Wesley Westphal,
325th Civil Engineer Squadron, chief


of environmental conservation.
"Dogs, and sometimes people, go
into the wildlife areas and disturb
the habitat, which is a violation of
federal and state laws."
Before the boardwalk to the
beach, there are two signs on each
side of the entrance.
On the right side of the boardwalk
entrance is a sign displaying things
not allowed on the beach and things
to be aware of.
For example, vehicles of any
type, glass containers, horses, dogs,
camping and fires are not allowed
on the beaches. Things to be aware
of are rip currents, sharp rocks,


toxic shells, stingrays, jellyfish, and
discarded fishing hooks and lines.
On the left side of the entrance
to the boardwalk is another sign.
The sign spells out in capital
letters, "NO DOGS ALLOWED
ON BEACH." The sign also
dictates the penalties of violating
this rule.
Florida Administrative code 68A-
19.005 states the policy regarding
dogs on the beach.
"The beaches have been posted by
our Conservation Law Enforcement
Officer and tickets have been issued
for violation of the federal and state
regulations," said Mr. Westphal. "A
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Staff Sgt. Antonio Bazemore


2nd Lt Patrick Casey
Sergeant Bazemore, 325th Maintenance Squad-
ron, received the Checkertail Salute Warrior of the
Week award from Brig. Gen. Tod D. Wolters, 325th
Fighter Wing commander.

Sergeant Bazemore manages and leads six supply programs
as NCO in charge. Four of his personnel evaluations all
received zero defects. He oversaw the largest bench stock on
Tyndall, and he ensured integrity of 1,000 plus items valued
at more than $240 thousand dollars.


Duty title: NCO in charge of phase supply
Hometown: Liberty, N. Y.
Time on station: Four years, six
months
Time in service: Nine years
Hobbies: Play and watch sports
Goals: To have a successful family
life
Favorite thing about Tyndall AFB:
Being near the water
Favorite movie: "Forrest Gump"
Favorite book: "To Kill a Mocking
Bird" by Harper Lee
Pet peeves: People who always give
advice, but aren't receptive to feed-
back
Proudest moment in the military:
Becoming an NCO

The Checkertail Salute is a 325th Fighter Wing
commander program designed to recognize
Tyndall's Warrior of the Week. Supervisors can
nominate individuals via their squadron and
group commanders. Award recipients receive
a certificate, letter from the commander and a
one-day pass.


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violation is a second degree misdemeanor,
with fines up to $500 dollars and/or 60
days in jail."
"For civilians, the ticket will buy you
a trip to the Federal Magistrate court
downtown and for military, they report
to the judge advocate general's office
for a United States Military Justice
violation and then possibly to the Federal
Magistrate Court," said Mr. Westphal.
In a "clam shell," if anyone is found
on the beach with their dog, action will
be taken.


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Identify

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Can you identify this
object? If so, send an
e-mail to editor@tyndall.
af.mil with "Identify this"
in the subject line.
Three correct entries will
be chosen at random
and drawn from a hat to
determine the final win-
ner. The prize can be
claimed at the Public Af-
fairs office.
Airman 1st Class Mat-
thew Mize, 325th
Fighter Wing, cor-
rectly guessed the
May 14 "Identify This"
as a Seattle Seahawks
emblem. Congratula-
tions Airman Mize, come
claim your prize!


HEAT STRESS

Heat Disorders
Here is some helpful information from the Public Health
Team to keep you safe during the hot season!

Preventive Measures
Exercise these measures in order to prevent Heat
Disorders from occurring.
Drink plenty of water prior to hard work.
* Drink small amounts frequently
* Don't wait until you are thirsty to drink water
* If your urine is dark yellow, drink more water
Change work schedules if possible
* Work during cooler early morning/late afternoon hours
* Initiate "work/rest cycles"
Wear appropriate clothing
* Keep clothing as clean as possible
* Wear cotton if possible
* Wear the uniform as prescribed
Salt Replacement
Your body should get the required salt through your
normal diet. No additional salt should be needed.
Acclimatization
Get used to high temperatures gradually. Don't over-
work yourself in temperatures that your body is not
used to.


May 21, 2007




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