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Live-fire training, testing and battlefield use have left military munitions in lands and waters throughout the country, and many people find and keep them as souvenirs or keepsakes, placing themselves and others at risk.

Range Irresponsibility

A major component of any training, military or civilian, is risk reduction. The only way for it to be effective is to implement risk management and not get careless. Years ago, my unit had an incident that could have turned fatal. All names are being withheld for privacy reasons.

  • 14 March 2021
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Trust Your Gut

The military profession has a great deal of built-in danger. We do not need to go out of our way to increase risk. I have witnessed too many events throughout my career that could have been avoided had leaders slowed down and applied risk management. This was one such event.

  • 9 February 2020
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Training Range Safety

One of the biggest challenges military units face is the ability to train as they fight — firing all weapon types and engaging targets much like they do in combat.

  • 1 October 2019
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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Proper Explosives Storage

The FOB was just across the street from Jalalabad, and nothing much happened there during my entire stay — except for that one day.

  • 18 August 2019
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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Explosive Safety:  How the Army Ammunition Warrant  Officer Supports the Commander
The cardinal rule of explosive safety is to expose the minimum amount of personnel to the minimum amount of ammunition for the minimum amount of time required for mission accomplishment.
  • 13 May 2018
  • Author: Army Safety
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