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    When the Plan Changes 0 Military Ops & Training
    USACRC Editor

    When the Plan Changes

    There were a lot of risk factors that could have spelled disaster for this convoy, including fatigue, time of day, vehicle speed, convoy spacing, environmental hazards and lack of situational awareness. Thanks to good planning and risk analysis,...
    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...

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    Eye on the Ball

    There wasn’t much I could’ve done to prevent that ball from hitting me. I didn’t see the little rise in the field that lofted the ball into my face. However, while I couldn’t have predicted what happened, I could’ve protected my eyes.

    A Risk on the Road

    I immediately got out of my car and heard a baby crying. I thought, “What have I done?” I called 911 and then asked the lady in the car, “Are you and the baby all right?”

    • 6 April 2022
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    Rural Route Realities

    We can all learn from others. Motor vehicle collisions will happen even when you’re doing everything right.

    • 27 March 2022
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    No Control

    To drive safely in wet and rainy conditions, reduce your speed for your protection as well as others. Remember, it only takes a second before you’re no longer in control.

    • 20 March 2022
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 304
    • Comments: 0
    The Right Tool for the Job

    I have told this story many times over the years and I cringe every time I relive the moment. However, it does make me put safety at the forefront of everything I do.

    • 20 March 2022
    • Author: USACRC Editor
    • Number of views: 281
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