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    Preventing Workplace Eye Injuries 0 Workplace
    USACRC Editor

    Preventing Workplace Eye Injuries

    Eye injuries in the workplace are a common occurrence. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health estimates that every day about 2,000 U.S. workers suffer job-related eye injuries requiring medical treatment.

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    Convoy Close Call
    The weather wasn’t optimal as we postured to head out. The poor visibility and road conditions we encountered, coupled with an inexperienced driver, eventually led to an accident we were lucky to survive.
    Killed by Convenience
    As we flew the assistant division commander for operations to Forward Operating Base Warhorse for a meeting, we received a frantic call for help over the common frequency. The message was clear: A critically wounded Soldier at a smaller FOB needed immediate evacuation or he would die.
    • 1 September 2013
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    Rocky Mountain High

    I have had the pleasure of attending some of the best schools the Army has to offer. One school recently taught me the valuable lesson of knowing my personal limitations regarding high-altitude flight.

    • 1 August 2013
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    It's Your Runway
    There I was, looking down an 11,000-foot runway at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. I was working on my instrument rating, and navigating the labyrinth of taxiway here intimated all new pilots, especially this one.
    • 1 August 2013
    • Author: Army Safety
    • Number of views: 731
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    Grace Under Pressure
    Everything was going as planned the first couple of hours of the mission. It was a quiet night, and we were about to return to base. Suddenly, our AH-64A began to have violent, uncommanded control inputs.
    • 1 August 2013
    • Author: Army Safety
    • Number of views: 7185
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