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Ask yourself the questions to determine if what you are about to do is going to result in the potential injury or death of yourself or others. Realize that you have the choice to not participate.

Sharing the Road

While it’s easy to feel we own the stretch of road we are on, it’s a lot wiser to be willing to share it with others. After all, which would you rather be behind on the road — a merging driver or a tow truck?

  • 1 January 2022
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Winter Wipeout

I was knocked unconscious when my head struck the door pillar. The screaming voice of a motorist who had stopped to render aid woke me up. I had a massive headache but was otherwise uninjured.

  • 10 December 2021
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Pedestrian Crossing

The Army is not immune to pedestrian accidents. According to U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center statistics, over the past four fiscal years, at least 21 Soldiers died in pedestrian mishaps.

  • 5 December 2021
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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Never Ignore the Signs

As the transition to my next duty assignment at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, neared, I decided to take the family on a vacation to Orlando, Florida. We all had busy schedules at home and were excited to finally take a break. So, we packed our bags and headed down I-95 South to Walt Disney World.

  • 24 October 2021
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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Always Be Prepared

Have you ever wondered how a Soldier feels after coming home from a deployment in a country like Iraq or Afghanistan? After living in dangerous and demanding conditions for a year or more, some of us feel incredibly strong — almost invincible. That feeling of invincibility got me into a dangerous situation one winter.

  • 17 October 2021
  • Author: USACRC Editor
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