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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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    It was the day before the start of deer season in upstate New York, and we were walking the farm to check the safety of our tree stands and search for recently used trails and buck rubbings.

    Be Prepared and Aware While Hiking

    As September gives way to October, cooler weather arrives. Summer has faded into fall colors. As many of us still seek ways to participate in activities while social distancing, hiking and other outdoor activities could be on the rise.

    • 29 September 2020
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    Hunting Safety: Full-body Harnesses

    Most tree stand accidents involve falls from heights. One of the consistent top 10 OSHA violations is lack of fall protection. What do these two things have in common? Falls at work or during recreational activities can be easily prevented by following a few safety rules.

    • 6 September 2020
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    Post-COVID Safety is Still Safety

    There’s no doubt that the time Americans spent cooped up due to the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically affected many of us.

    • 27 August 2020
    • Author: USACRC Editor
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    Hunting Safety: Blinds and Tree Stands

    With cooler weather just around the corner, most hunters are making preparations for the upcoming fall hunting season. An important aspect of this is to spend a little time inspecting the tree stand or blind you will use.

    • 25 August 2020
    • Author: USACRC Editor
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