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No Do-overs
In late 1992, a young staff sergeant named Johnson died in a motorcycle accident. He had owned the motorcycle only four days. If we knew then what we know today, could this Soldier’s death have been prevented?  
When Nature Calls
I linked up with a few riding buddies to enjoy the sun on our motorcycles. Little did I know that I soon “connect” with nature in a way I hope to never experience again.
  • 1 April 2014
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Caught in the Sun
As a motorcycle rider with more than 26 years of experience, I consider myself fairly seasoned. Seasoned, however, doesn’t always equal smart. As human beings, we are still susceptible to simple mistakes, overconfidence and errors in judgment.
  • 1 March 2014
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Respect the Road
They say there are only two kinds of motorcycle riders — those who have crashed and those who are going to crash. While I do not take pride in this fact, I must admit that I am a rider who has crashed … twice.
  • 1 February 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
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Safe at home

After hearing too many stories about Soldiers ruining their careers due to poor decision-making, Spc. Tyler Rouse knew he had to intervene. Nearly a year later, hundreds of Fort Bliss Soldiers have him — as well as his nonprofit organization, No D.U.I. El Paso — to thank for a safe ride home.

  • 8 January 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 13648
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Engaged leaders and TRiPS key to accident reduction

For many Soldiers, the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center is synonymous with one of its most frequently used tools — the Travel Risk Planning System, or TRiPS.

  • 8 January 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 15037
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