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Pros Use Seat Belts
The vehicle had veered from its track, careened over a 30-foot wadi, landed hard on its roof and rolled before coming to a creaking halt.
Look Before You Lock

As I restocked my critical care bays, we received an EMS call alerting us about a 1-year-old in cardiac arrest due to heatstroke. Sadly, upon arrival, all we could do was pronounce the child dead.

  • 26 May 2019
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Summer Vacations and PCS Moves

The summer vacation and PCS season is fast approaching. That means more individuals, Soldiers and families will be setting out on road trips of all kinds.

  • 28 April 2019
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The Goal is to Arrive
I was headed home from a 15-month-long tour in Iraq when I boarded a plane in Stuttgart, Germany. I sat impatiently on the plane, my mind filled with thoughts of seeing my family and friends once again.
  • 21 April 2019
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It's Only Paint
My point is that a vehicle versus a pedestrian is not a fair fight. The Governors Highway Safety Association estimates there were 5,984 pedestrian fatalities in 2017, essentially unchanged from the 5,987 killed in 2016
  • 17 March 2019
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