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Distracted driving causes more than 420,000 injuries each year, according to disraction.gov, the U.S. Government’s official Web site for distracted driving prevention. (U.S. Air Force photo illustration by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong and Staff Sgt. Chad Warren/Released)
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Jamaesha Sweatt (right) hugs Deborah Wyatt in an Anchorage, Alaska, courtroom. Wyatt’s son, Lane, was sentenced to nearly two decades in prison for the drunk-driving death of Sweatt’s sister, Citari Townes-Sweatt. (Courtesy photo by Loren Holmes/ Alaska Dispatch News)
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Among major crimes, driving under the influence has one of the highest nationwide arrest rates with nearly 1.5 million DUI arrests a year, according to the Department of Transportation. The consequences of drinking and driving are arrests, jail time, property damage, and thousands of injuries and deaths each year, DOT officials said. For military members, it can also negatively affect careers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/Released)
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Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, Air Education and Training Command commander, discusses his philosophy on safety and mishap prevention during an interview at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Nov. 23,, 2015. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong/ Released)
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Tech. Sgt. Chananyah Stuart, a military training instructor, stands in front of his flight before beginning physical training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The flight is in its eighth and final week of Air Force basic military training. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen/ Released)
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Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, commander, Air Education and Training Command, speaks to Airmen currently in Airman’s Week at the 326th Training Squadron, Oct. 22, 2015, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. During his visit to JBSA-Lackland, the commander held an all call where he discussed his priorities and expectations of the command and toured various 37th Training Wing facilities.
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Dan Sr. and Pam Wassom stand at the newly designated “MSgt. Dan Wassom Road” at Little Rock AFB, Ark., Dec. 6. The road was named in honor of their son, Master Sgt. Daniel R. Wassom II, or “Bud” as he was called by family and friends. Wassom, a loadmaster evaluator with the 189th Airlift Wing at Little Rock, died April 27 while trying to protect his daughter from a tornado that struck their home in Vilonia, Ark. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ian Caple/Released)
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Senior Airman Christopher Taylor, 802nd Security Forces Squadron rescued a man from a fire Nov. 3.  (Courtesy photo by Senior Airman Lynsie Nichols/ Released)
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Students with the 315th Training Squadron at Goodfellow AFB, Texas, 2nd Lts. Andrew Lim and Emily Bohnenkamp, rescued an 8-month-old baby girl from a vehicle accident Oct. 9.  (Courtesy photo by Airman 1st Class Devin Boyer/ Released)
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Making its 688th save, the 36th Rescue Flight crew included, from left to right, Staff Sgt. Jeremy Burnite, special missions aviator; Capt. Josiah Hart, co-pilot; Capt. Erik Greendyke, aircraft commander; and Maj. David Oldham, flight surgeon. (Courtesy photo by Maj. Jennings Marshall/ Released)
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After rescuers stabilized her fractured foot, they secured 36-year-old Ammi Midstokke to a Stokes litter Sept. 20 prior to hoisting her onto a UH-1N Iroquois helicopter from the 36th Rescue Flight, an AETC unit out of Fairchild AFB, Wash. Midstokke suffered her injuries during a hiking accident near Priest Lake, Idaho, Sept. 19. (Courtesy photo by Jason Luthy/ Released)
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The rescue helicopter (right) hauls Midstokke from the treacherous mountain terrain to emergency care.  (Courtesy photo by Jason Luthy/Released)
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Former Airman 1st Class Lane Wyatt recounts the night of June 30, 2013, when he killed Citari Townes-Sweatt in a drunken-driving accident. Wyatt was sentenced Dec. 19, 2014, to 18 years in prison. (U.S. Air Force photos/David Bedard)
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Former Airman 1st Class Lane Wyatt stands in an interview room at Goose Creek Correctional Center Aug. 7, 2014. Wyatt described the months since killing Citari Townes-Sweatt in a June 30, 2013, drunk-driving accident as "my own personal hell." (U.S. Air Force photo/David Bedard)
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Former Airman 1st Class Lane Wyatt recounts the night of June 30, 2013, when he killed Citari Townes-Sweatt in an drunk-driving accident. Wyatt was sentenced Dec. 19 to 18 years in prison. (U.S. Air Force photos/David Bedard)
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The photos reveal the scrapes where the rider’s helmet struck the asphalt and road rash to the rider’s right wrist, the bottom left photo reveal some of the damage to his prized motorcycle as well as the unfortunate deer, which made it to the tall grass just beyond the side of the road before succumbing to its injuries. (Courtesy photos by Maj. Jason Ross)
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