Chaplain (Maj.) Eric Park, 199th Infantry Brigade, talks making a New Year’s resolution that is meaningful and lasts.
Even if you are driving defensively, you can’t control the actions of others on the road. Play it safe. Buckle up every time.
While the cost of a taxi can be substantial and the use of a designated driver can be inconvenient, the bill for driving while intoxicated can often add up to the loss of lives, or heavy fines and the loss of driving privileges.
FORT BENNING, Ga. (Dec. 29, 2017) – Although it can get cold, and many Families on and off post optContinue Reading
Seeking better health in the New Year? The Army Wellness Center (AWC) program helps Soldiers and retirees, their families, and Army civilians build and sustain good health.
Make responsible decisions. Do not drink and drive.
At any temperature, whether it is minus 20 degrees or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit, the weather affects road and driving conditions. Plan your trip according to the forecast.
By Rick Lumzy, Sullivan Memorial Blood Center Public Affairs FORT BENNING, Ga. (Dec. 18, 2017) – The holiday season bringsContinue Reading
Late December often means travel for Soldiers, civilians and Family members, and although you’re taking a break for the workaday world, illnesses do not take a break.