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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Army.mil -- Fri, 08 Nov 2019 NY National Guard mounts week long response to Herkimer County flooding HERKIMER, N.Y. - The New York National Guard mobilized 210 Soldiers and Airmen in response to heavy rains and winds that damaged roads and flooded towns in Herkimer County, Halloween night... (more)
LI Herald -- Thu, 07 Nov 2019 West Hempstead resident nominated colleague to be a soldier for a day When West Hempstead resident Mick Villota, Cath Lab Unit support associate at NYU Winthrop Hospital, told his supervisor, Gina Berrent to expect a call from his sergeant, Berrent expected... (more)
Dialogo -- Wed, 06 Nov 2019 New York National Guard and Brazilian Army Carry Out Explosive Devices Neutralization Experience Exchange EOD, which stands for Explosive Ordnance Disposal, is an acronym used worldwide to refer to the location, identification, and neutralization of unexploded ordnances, such as explosive artifacts,... (more)