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‘Dragon’ soldiers put emphasis on safety during stand-down day

During 4th IBCT’s Nov. 7 safety stand-down day, soldiers with Company A. 1st Bn., 28th Inf. Regt. are given a demonstration by the Garrison Safety Office using its newest training aid, a POV rollover simulator. The simulator demonstrates how a human body will be tossed around a vehicle when seat belts aren’t worn.



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Date Taken:11.07.2013

Date Posted:11.15.2013 14:37

Photo ID:1053087

VIRIN:131107-A-LA500-024

Resolution:5184x3456

Size:1.9 MB

Location:FORT RILEY, KS, USGlobe

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