Health & Safety

June 8, 2012

Air Force Rider

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“Operating a motorcycle is a high-risk activity and takes different skills than driving a four-wheeled vehicle. Airmen all over the world take the necessary safety precautions and enjoy riding their motorcycles. Unfortunately, every year we lose Airmen to motorcycle accidents. Each motorcycle fatality impacts our units, communities and the Air Force family. Most of our accidents are due to a lack of training, poor riding skills and a risky attitude, most notably driving too fast for conditions. Here is what I need from our riders- as our greatest asset, we believe you will develop, The Right Skills, The Right Training, and The Right Attitude. As your Chief of Safety, I believe Airmen at all levels will adopt and practice the concept of being a professional Military Rider. Remember, we need you here to get the mission done…stay in the fight and help spread the word to your fellow Military Riders!”

 

Gregory A. Feest

Maj. Gen., USAF

Air Force Chief of Safety

http://www.afsec.af.mil/airforcerider/index.asp




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