Operating any motor vehicle safely in adverse conditions requires planning and awareness. Operating a tactical vehicle in these conditions also requires training and familiarity with the vehicle. But even with all the right tools, unexpected hazards may still quickly create dangerous situations. The New York National Guard Safety office reminds Soldiers to think ahead, focus on PMCS and anticipate road hazards while driving in adverse conditions.
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Oneida Dispatch -- Tue, 19 Mar 2019 Law and emergency services practice emergency response at Hamilton College Clinton, N.Y. - While the students were away for Spring Break, two civil support teams, the National Guard, U.S. Army, New York State Police, New York State Fire and members of the Hamilton... (more)
WKTV -- Mon, 18 Mar 2019 Hamilton College hosts emergency response training CLINTON - The Hamilton College campus in Clinton hosted a simulated emergency drill Monday featuring a CH-47 helicopter.
Army.mil -- Mon, 18 Mar 2019 New York National Guard's 'Fighting 69th' leads St. Patrick's Day Parade NEW YORK -- The New York Army National Guard's 1st Battalion 69th Infantry started St. Patrick's Day with one commander and ended it with another.