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‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’
‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’

Drinking too much, including binge drinking, causes 80,000 deaths in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 3/5/2012

‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’
‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’

Binge drinking is considered five or more alcoholic beverages for men and four or more for women in less than two hours, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 3/5/2012

‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’
‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’

Although college students commonly binge drink, 70 percent of binge drinking episodes involve adults age 26 years and older, according to a recent national survey. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Allen Stokes)
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Posted: 3/5/2012

‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’
‘WHAT GOES TDY, STAYS TDY’

Spring break has long been known as a peak time for young binge drinkers, but does the Air Force unwittingly have its own form of ‘party time’? (Photo by Airman 1st Class Allen Stokes)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

NO CLOWNING AROUNDNO CLOWNING AROUND
NO CLOWNING AROUND

For pilots who do knowingly break the rules, the consequences are far greater than having to write “I will not break the rules” on a chalkboard. For many, it means never getting to fly in the Air Force again. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

NO CLOWNING AROUNDNO CLOWNING AROUND
NO CLOWNING AROUND

When a T-38 four-ship broke the rules by flying over Iowa’s Kinnick Stadium far lower than authorized and put 70,000 lives in jeopardy, all the pilots were punished, and the flight lead lost his wings. (Photo by TSgt Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

NO CLOWNING AROUNDNO CLOWNING AROUND
NO CLOWNING AROUND

The 1994 B-52 crash at Fairchild AFB, Wash., has become one of the more infamous cases of flight discipline, which ultimately killed all four aircrew members in the aircraft. (Air Force file photo)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

NO CLOWNING AROUNDNO CLOWNING AROUND
NO CLOWNING AROUND

Two T-6 Texan II pilots from Moody AFB, Ga., died when they crashed their plane on takeoff. The mishap investigation revealed flight discipline issues as the main contributor to the tragedy. The pilots failed to maintain a minimum safe air speed and bank angle, which resulted in an accelerated stall and complete loss of control of the training aircraft. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Matthew Hannen)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

NO CLOWNING AROUNDNO CLOWNING AROUND
NO CLOWNING AROUND

Even though flying is already exciting, some pilots choose to add to the “thrill” by breaking the rules or clowning around in multi-million dollar aircraft. These breakdowns in discipline continue to be a problem in the Air Force, costing some pilots their careers and others their lives. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 3/1/2012

“THREE-LEGGED RACE”“THREE-LEGGED RACE”
“THREE-LEGGED RACE”

A chase-ship support aircraft piloted by Capt. Wade Maulsby, 459th FTS instructor pilot, joined up with the stricken aircraft to provide assistance and perform an exterior inspection. (Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen, May 2004, Laughlin AFB, TX.)
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Posted: 12/13/2011

ALTERNATE ENDINGSALTERNATE ENDINGS
ALTERNATE ENDINGS

ALTERNATE ENDINGS: Doubling up increases the chance of injury, as limbs can get tangled and heads can slam together. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 12/12/2011

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ALTERNATE ENDINGS

ALTERNATE ENDINGS: Going out of control and hitting objects are the main contributors to sledding injuries. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Bendet)
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Posted: 12/12/2011

    

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