Hill Views: What is the most important fire prevention tip you remember or use?


Maj. Jason Walker
388th Operations Support Squadron
"Field strip your cigarette before putting it in the appropriate container."

Chaplain (Capt.) William Brown
75th Air Base Wing
"In our home, we make sure all smoke detectors are in working condition and the batteries are replaced in a timely manner. We also have a fire extinguisher in the kitchen because most home fires start in the kitchen."

Lt. Col. Chip Johnson
75th Logistics Readiness Squadron commander
"Don't leave anything cooking on the stove when you leave the house."

Senior Airman Cory Allen
388th Operations Support Squadron
"Knowing where the nearest fire extinguishers and fire alarms are located."


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