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I grew up during a time when most states didn’t have laws requiring vehicle occupants to wear a seat belt. As a teenager, I wore a seat belt when I was riding in the car with my parents. Riding with my friends, however, was different story.
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
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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
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Asleep at the Wheel
As Soldiers, we know we may be deployed to dangerous situations. But we have to be diligent about not putting ourselves into dangerous situations while off duty too. Driving while sleep deprived can be as deadly as driving intoxicated.
  • 1 January 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
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Slick Roads
Much of my daily commute takes place on a highway located outside of Fort Campbell, Ky. This road is notorious for erratic drivers, people texting and driving and road rage. Not surprisingly, I often pass by several accidents. 
  • 1 January 2014
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 13145
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Out the Door
For as long as I could remember, my cousin had a bad habit of leaving the door open and leaning halfway out when backing up a vehicle. We told him this was dangerous and that eventually his luck was going to run out. One winter day, it did.
  • 1 December 2013
  • Author: Army Safety
  • Number of views: 13004
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