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    Off the Trail 0 Military Ops & Training
    USACRC Editor

    Off the Trail

    During one deployment, I learned a valuable lesson that I shared with every unit I was assigned to afterward: While technological advancements can help make our jobs as Soldiers a little easier, we must fully understand the capabilities and...
    The Impact of Our Choices 0 PMV-2
    USACRC Editor

    The Impact of Our Choices

    While working as an assistant trainmaster for the Union Pacific Railroad, my job as a manager required me to be on call should any problems arise in my area, which ran from Kansas City, Missouri, to McAlester, Oklahoma. On a warm mid-summer...
    Traveling Tired 0 Military Ops & Training
    USACRC Editor

    Traveling Tired

    Human performance while sleep deprived is a lot like being under the influence of alcohol. Driving after being awake for 18 hours is equal to a blood alcohol concentration of .08 percent — legally drunk in the U.S. — and leaves you at...
    Painted into a Corner 0 PMV-2
    USACRC Editor

    Painted into a Corner

    This accident was my fault. I was driving too fast for my level of experience and traffic conditions. I was passing on a blind curve — a very dangerous thing — and thought I knew how to ride when, in reality, I didn’t.

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    Switching Rides

    What errors do you make while riding? Have you come up with any solutions to correct them? If not, I urge you to do so as soon as possible. Remember, reviewing your risk matrix can go a long way toward reducing the odds of an accident and its consequences. Ride safe!

    Backyard Barbequed

    I have always taken safety seriously. However, after 18 years of sitting through the same safety classes over and over again, they tend to become mundane.

    • 10 July 2022
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    Bear Aware

    In the Army, we train and train until we can do our tasks in our sleep. Then, when faced with a situation, we handle it without thinking. Safety, training and awareness are key components in preventing accidents. Stay alert, stay alive!

    • 3 July 2022
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    The 315 Riders

    I don’t want to sound all doom and gloom, but c’mon, man! At some point, at some level, something’s got to give so we can reduce these mishaps.

    • 3 July 2022
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 277
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    The Lethal Triad

    The year 2020 was difficult for many of us as we adjusted to living a new normal while a deadly pandemic spread across the globe. At the School of Army Aviation Medicine on Fort Rucker, June 2020 was particularly challenging because we lost one of our own just a month before his retirement. However, his death was not due to COVID-19.

    • 26 June 2022
    • Author: USACRC Editor
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