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    U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center      

    Fort Rucker, AL, US  

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    ARAP Brochure

    ARAP Brochure

    09.19.2016 | Photo by Lori Yerdon
    2016 Keith L. Ware submission - Category K: Civilian Graphic Artist of the Year (Individual) USACRC_VCAT_K_USA_submission page 1.jpg
    Paying for life

    Paying for life

    09.25.2016 | Photo by Lori Yerdon
    2016 Keith L. Ware submission - Category A: Digital Art (Individual Category) and Category K: Graphic Artist of the...

    Recent Videos

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    Risk Management Newsletter

    10.16.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    This week's Risk Management newsletter features articles about combat vehicle rollovers, ATV safety and eliminating workplace hazards, as well as links to videos, posters, Preliminary Loss Reports and other USACRC products and tools.

    Risk Managment Quarterly

    10.01.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    The summer issue of Risk Management Quarterly contains articles about injury prevention in preparation for the new Army Combat Fitness Test, building an effective workplace, seat belt use, progressive taxi instructions, confined space hazards, and much more.

    Risk Management Newsletter

    09.23.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    This week's Risk Management Newsletter features articles about safe transportation operations, avoiding complacency and improving risk management.

    Risk Management Newsletter

    09.09.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    This week's Risk Management Newsletter features injury prevention information for the new Army Combat Fitness Test, archery hunting preparations, and disaster readiness.

    Training Tragedy

    02.25.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    The Army relies on convoy movements to accomplish its missions in both training and combat. While on-duty vehicle fatalities have declined in over the past decade, leaders and Soldiers must remain vigilant regarding safe driving. Driver's training, leader engagement and individual responsibility all help keep complacency at bay and ensure Soldiers carry out their vehicle missions to standard.

    Training Tragedy

    02.22.2019 | Story by Chris Frazier
    The Army relies on convoy movements to accomplish its missions in both training and combat. While on-duty vehicle fatalities have declined in over the past decade, leaders and Soldiers must remain vigilant regarding safe driving. Driver's training, leader engagement and individual responsibility all help keep complacency at bay and ensure Soldiers carry out their vehicle missions to standard.

    Recent Audio

    Motorcycle Safety

    05.01.2018 | Audio by Bill Bauman
    USACRC’s Command Sgt. Maj. Ernest D. Bowen, Jr. a motorcycle rider himself, talks risk management and reminds riders to live to ride another day...

    Summertime fun and safety

    05.01.2018 | Audio by Bill Bauman
    Warmer temperatures are here and in a new video, Command Sgt. Maj. Ernest D. Bowen, Jr. reminds us all to not let indiscipline, complacency and...

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