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Lost in Alabama
The thought of getting lost in your home country with GPS and cellphone technology readily available may seem far-fetched and ridiculous. I’m here with real-world experience to tell you that it is indeed possible — and could happen to you.
Driving Down Distractions
Outside of combat, few endeavors are as fraught with danger as driving. Each year, there are more than 30,000 traffic fatalities in America. It almost makes the run to Kabul look sane. 
  • 1 April 2014
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Up the Creek
Although it’s been many years since I nearly killed myself and my best friend, I remember it like it was yesterday. I often reflect on that day, wondering how we ever made it across that flooded low water crossing while on our way to one of our favorite turkey hunting spots. 
  • 1 March 2014
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Crash Course
Driving down the rain-soaked street, I realized I was a risky situation because: 1) I was slightly lost; and 2) most Californians are pretty crappy drivers in bad weather. But there was third thing I didn’t realize — I, too, was a pretty crappy driver in bad weather.
  • 1 March 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
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Expect the Unexpected
A few years ago, my girlfriend and I decided to take a trip during spring break to a nice costal town in Oregon named Seaside. Little did we know that this trip would teach us the importance of always planning for the unexpected.
  • 1 March 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
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Vehicle Maintenance
As the company safety officer, I was sometimes asked if vehicle inspections were completed. Usually, my response was, “Yes and no.” On paper, you could clearly see the inspections were done; however, I knew many had been pencil whipped by a buddy. 
  • 1 February 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
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