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    Avoiding Downhill Disasters 0 Sports & Recreation
    USACRC Editor

    Avoiding Downhill Disasters

    The silver lining to the shorter, colder days of winter is the snow and the outdoor sports typically reserved for this time of year. Winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, sledding and ice skating provide fun, excitement,...
    A Cold Introduction 0 PMV-4
    USACRC Editor

    A Cold Introduction

    My first assignment after entering active duty was on Fort Drum, New York. As someone who’d spent his entire life in South Carolina and Georgia, it was an environmental shock to say the least.

    DWI in Texas: Everything You Should Know 0 PMV-2
    USACRC Editor

    DWI in Texas: Everything You Should Know

    An arrest for driving while intoxicated/driving under the influence can have a devastating impact on a Soldier’s military career. This article focuses on a state with one of the largest military footprints — Texas. The costs vary by...
    Bridging the Gaps 0 Aviation
    USACRC Editor

    Bridging the Gaps

    Flying offshore can be dangerous, and I heard horror stories from folks I knew who’d done the job. They shared tales of helicopters being blown off platforms and pilots having to perform emergency landings “in the drink.”

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    Every couple of days, I was able to squeeze in about three miles for training. I figured since I had two easy legs and one medium-to-hard leg that I’d be fine.
    Drowning Doesn't Look Like Drowning
    Drowning is almost always a deceptively quiet event. The waving, splashing and yelling that dramatic conditioning (read: television) prepares us to look for is rarely seen in real life.
    • 15 July 2018
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    Don't Get Ripped
    Growing up in northern Maine, I didn’t have many opportunities to swim in the ocean.
    • 8 July 2018
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    A Mountain of Problems
    Colorado is known for its beautiful mountains and scenery. The state probably has more miles of hiking trails than it does roads. If you live there and want to call yourself a seasoned hiker, there are a few treks you must make.
    • 10 June 2018
    • Author: Army Safety
    • Number of views: 3075
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    The River Wild
    My husband and I love the outdoors. Whenever we get a chance, we enjoy camping, boating, fishing and anything else that a will give us a break from Army life.
    • 27 May 2018
    • Author: Army Safety
    • Number of views: 1015
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