Army unit in Japan demonstrates effects of alcohol in real time at training event
Photo Credit: Dustin Perry, U.S. Army Garrison Japan Public Affairs
Spc. Benjamin Davis, assigned to the 78th Signal Battalion, has his blood-alcohol level checked by Sgt. Nathan Dillon, a military police officer, after being authorized to consume three beers in two hours as part of a safety stand-down held Jan. 5, 2012, at Camp Zama's Community Activity Center. Two other Soldiers took part in the demonstration, which was meant to show the adverse effects alcohol has on one's vision, balance and other cognitive abilities.
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