Motorcycle-Training-Range
0
comments
Health & Safety

Motorcycle mentors ensure safety for riders

Posted October 3, 2014 by Sgt. David Beckstrom,

The 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment conducted a Motorcycle Safety Ride, Aug. 1.

Full Story »

Photo Credit: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
0
comments
Health & Safety

Supplement use highest among overweight service members

Posted April 19, 2012 by

VILSECK, Germany (April 10, 2012) — Dietary and performance enhancing supplements have an artificial image according to an expert who works at the Army Wellness Center here. “Fewer than 30 percent of service members discuss dietary supplements use with their health care providers,” said Kim…

Full Story »

ACE_image2
0
comments
Health & Safety

Getting help is as easy as talking to someone

Posted September 20, 2012 by Dr. Barton Goldsmith

ACE stands for “Ask, Care and Escort.” It encourages Soldiers to directly and honestly question any battle buddy who exhibits suicidal behavior. The Soldier should ASK the battle buddy whether he or she is suicidal, CARE for the battle buddy and ESCORT the battle buddy to the source of professional help. For many people, it’s…

Full Story »

0
comments
Health & Safety

Don’t be a road warrior

Posted March 1, 2013 by Kim Garcia

Contribute to safety by heeding these tips when walking, driving Safety is a shared responsibility for all members of the Fort Irwin Community. With a daily population of approximately 21,000 personnel including almost 6,000 family members, their Soldiers and our civilian workforce, it is imperative that we take that responsibility seriously. The following are some…

Full Story »

EFMP_logo
0
comments
Health & Safety

Respite care available for families with exceptional family member

Posted February 7, 2014 by Evelyn Sandoval-Villalobos

The Army Exceptional Family Member Program Respite Care is a program that provides a temporary rest period for Family members responsible for regular care of persons with disabilities. Care may be provided in the EFMP respite care user’s home. Eligibility is based on EFMP enrollment and exceptional family member’s severe chronic conditions or significant medical…

Full Story »

Leslie Ozawa
0
comments
Health & Safety

Culture of safety

Posted April 3, 2015 by Leslie Ozawa

Leslie Ozawa United States Army Forces Command Deputy Commanding General Lt. Gen. Patrick Donahue addresses Soldiers of the 2916th Aviation Battalion during a safety award presentation ceremony here, March 3. United States Army Forces Command Deputy Commanding General Lt. Gen. Patrick Donahue presented the 2916th Aviation Battalion and its three helicopter companies the FORSCOM Commander’s…

Full Story »

feat2
0
comments
Health & Safety

Motorcycle Check Ride helps 11th ACR promote rider safety

Posted June 14, 2012 by Story and photos by Sgt. Zachary A. Gardner

In an effort to reduce the number of motorcycle incidents and fatalities among Soldiers, the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment conducted a Motorcycle Check Ride from Fort Irwin to Peggy Sue’s Dinner in...

Full Story »

0
comments
Health & Safety

Road rage, aggressive driving dangerous

Posted October 11, 2012 by Safety Office NTC and Fort Irwin

The term “Road Rage” originated during the years 1987 and 1988, when a local television station reported on the rash of freeway shootings occurring on Interstates 10, 110 and 405 in Los Angeles. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, road rage is defined as “an assault with a motor vehicle or other dangerous…

Full Story »

UCMJ_image
0
comments
Health & Safety

Combating parental kidnapping

Posted July 5, 2013 by Capt. Nate Mealy,

Parental kidnapping occurs when one parent wrongfully takes or keeps a child from another parent. Every state has a parental kidnapping law, most of which are similar. California’s law states that any person that “takes, entices away, keeps, withholds, or conceals a child” from someone with a lawful right to custody or visitation shall be…

Full Story »

0
comments
Health & Safety

Performance Triad initiative to treat disease through prevention

Posted May 2, 2014 by Maj. Robyn Shelton

If you haven’t heard about the Performance Triad, you soon will. It is one of the Army Surgeon General’s top priorities in transforming Army medicine from a focus on treating disease to a prevention focused system of health. The Performance Triad is a shift toward a preventive medicine system that promotes a healthy lifestyle for…

Full Story »


All of this week's top headlines to your email every Friday.