Army's increased emphasis on safety has reduced accidental deaths since 2005
Photo Credit: C. Todd Lopez
A Pentagon employee drives a vehicle simulator during a health and safety fair, June 19, in the Pentagon courtyard. The simulator slowly delays its responses to a user's commands to simulate the delayed reaction time a person would experience while driving under the influence of alcohol. During the health and safety fair, Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines, as well and DoD civilians and military contractors, found information on dozens of topics ranging from their cholesterol level, to making better dietary choices, to driving under the influence of alcohol, to safety measures in place were the Pentagon to be affected by a nuclear, biological or chemical attack.
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