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Preserve the Joint Base Langley-Eustis mission and mission partners by safeguarding Airmen, Soldiers, protecting resources, and preserving combat capabilities.

  • Installation Traffic Laws
    • Speed limits are 25 mph unless otherwise posted

    • Seatbelts are mandatory

    • Hands-free cell phone usage only

    • No texting while driving

  • Motorcycle Safety
    • Approved helmet

    • Goggles, wrap around glasses or full face shield that meets ANSI Z87.1

    • Long sleeve shirt/jacket

    • Sturdy over the ankle footwear,

    • Full fingered gloves

    • High visibility upper garment (recommended)

    Active duty Airmen and Soldiers must complete an approved motorcycle course every 5 years.


    READ FIRST. Reimbursements for this fiscal year (FY23) has reached it's cap. Funds are no longer available to provide reimbursement. Please refer to paragraph 5 on JBLE Safety milSuite site to sign up for free training. JBLE Motorcycle Safety Program |milBook Home (milsuite.mil)

    JBLE will NOT reimburse the BRC course fee for active duty members completing a course through an approved MSF training center. Please contact the 633 Safety Office before securing the course to ensure it is offered through an authorized MSF training center at a reasonable cost. In addition to completing the class, active-duty members must have a learner’s permit or a motorcycle endorsement on their license before submitting paperwork to the 633 ABW Safety Office for reimbursement consideration. Required documents for reimbursement and additional information can be found at:: PMV-2 Basic Rider Course (BRC) Reimbursement Documents


    • Temperatures in the area can reach 100° or more

    • Stay hydrated and cool

    • Neve leave infants, children, or pets in parked cars, even if windows are open

    • Even when it feels cool outside, cars can heat up to dangerous temperatures very quickly

    • In the winter, temperatures can fall below freezing

    • Change batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

    • Be aware of daily forecasts and dress in layers as needed

    • Falls are a leading cause of injuries...wear proper footwear

    • Ensure vehicle is properly maintained

    • Use extreme caution when driving in snow

  • Winter Safety