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    Maximizing Safety 0 Workplace
    USACRC Editor

    Maximizing Safety

    The job of an aviation safety officer is practically identical to that of James Bond — filled with intrigue, danger and martinis (shaken, not stirred). Well, maybe not intrigue or martinis, but definitely danger, as in protecting our...
    Who is Flying the Aircraft? 0 Aviation
    USACRC Editor

    Who is Flying the Aircraft?

    I showed up at my first assignment as an aviator right as we were headed out the door for a deployment in Regional Command East. I was excited and nervous. My Readiness Level 3 to 2 progression took two flights and suddenly I was flying combat...
    Watch the Road 0 PMV-2
    USACRC Editor

    Watch the Road

    As a longtime motorcycle enthusiast and fan of riding periodicals, I’ve read about various strategies for avoiding accidents. Articles warn of traffic-related problems motorcyclists encounter all too frequently — drivers backing out...
    Stick to Procedures 0 Aviation
    USACRC Editor

    Stick to Procedures

    Nothing will make you reflect on how lucky you are more than escaping a bad situation unscathed and beating the odds that were stacked against you. Predicting weather in Iraq was difficult at best. And even though the Air Force weather...

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    As a professional, you have the ability and opportunity to differentiate right from wrong, briefed risk approval from unbriefed risk, and you always have the potential to save yourself if you just advocate and communicate.

    Plan for the Heat

    With spring already here and summer fast approaching, leaders and Soldiers should be considering hot weather hazards. Heat illnesses, including heat exhaustion and heat stroke, degrade mission effectiveness and can happen during any month, but most occur between June and July.

    • 15 April 2021
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    Never Stop Learning

    Anyone who has been involved with the Army safety community for even a short period of time knows how quickly our best practices, tools, doctrine and applicable federal/state regulations can change.

    • 15 April 2021
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    Recognizing Stress in the Cockpit

    If you’re an Army aviator, do you know why it is important to recognize the signs of fatigue and significant events in your life or the lives of the other Soldiers in your unit? I do. This is my story.

    • 11 April 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 221
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    Maintaining Awareness

    It was the end of the workday and I was wrapping up my last task in the safety office. Suddenly, a Soldier busted through the door to inform me they just experienced a driver training mishap.

    • 11 April 2021
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 243
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