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STREET MOTORCYCLE RIDING<br />Inform your Supervisor & Unit Motorcycle Rep<br />Interview with your CC or designated Rep<b...
MARTIAL ARTs / COMBATIVES <br />Train in a Controlled Environment<br />Notify your Supervisor<br />Do it in a controlled e...
ROCK CLIMBING/ DESCENDING <br />Find a mentor or take lessons<br />NEVER Climb alone (At least 1 other person)<br />Have a...
SURFING in OKINAWA<br />Know the Sea Conditions<br />Consider Surfing Lessons<br />Never Surf Alone (Wingman)<br />Wear Pr...
KAYAKING<br />Attend training – Oceans and Rivers differ <br />Let someone know your route plans, exact location and appro...
LIGHT AIRCRAFT /<br />HELICOPTER FLYING<br />Pilots MUST be licensed<br />Familiarize yourself with the aircraft<br />Acco...
KITE SURFING<br />Take Lessons <br />Purchase the right equipment and safety gear<br />Avoid strong winds and rough sea co...
Scuba Diving (Conditions)<br />Get proper training from a scuba certifying agency: Padi, Naui, SSI, IDEA, USN & more. <br ...
Scuba Diving (Equipment)<br />Have proper equipment as shown on the right. <br />Know 5 Steps of Pre-Dive Safety Check (PA...
Snorkeling<br />Recommended to get proper snorkeling orientation from MWR/Services Aquatics or Dive<br />Shop or go with a...
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  1. 1. STREET MOTORCYCLE RIDING<br />Inform your Supervisor & Unit Motorcycle Rep<br />Interview with your CC or designated Rep<br />PPE WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE<br />Attend a certified MSF Course <br />Inexperienced riders MUST be mentored by an <br />experienced rider within their unit<br />Obey traffic laws including the posted speed limit<br />NEVER loan anyone your motorcycle<br />Wear the required PPE: Helmet with chinstrap,<br />Full fingered gloves, Long sleeve shirt, Pants, <br />Over the ankle boots or shoes, Reflective Vest is <br />REQUIRED day or night -On or Off Base.<br />KNOW YOUR LIMITS<br />RIDE WITHIN YOUR SKILL LEVEL<br />AFI 91-207, AFI 91-207 PACAF Sup, and Safety Office<br />
  2. 2. MARTIAL ARTs / COMBATIVES <br />Train in a Controlled Environment<br />Notify your Supervisor<br />Do it in a controlled environment<br />Wear mouth guards and PPE<br />Find a local certified trainer<br />Condition your body prior <br />Know your bodies limits <br />Know when to tap out<br />Know When and Where to use it<br />Know your Skill Level<br />Report any injuries<br />Resources<br />http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/fitness/MartialArts.html<br />http://www.kadenamartialarts.com<br />
  3. 3. ROCK CLIMBING/ DESCENDING <br />Find a mentor or take lessons<br />NEVER Climb alone (At least 1 other person)<br />Have a climbing/descending Plan<br />Consider practicing on an indoor wall first<br />Ascender<br />(Can be used when fatigued or on difficult climbs)<br />Wear the proper gear: Helmet, shoes, harness, ect<br />ALWAYS inspect your gear prior to use<br />(Conduct a check on each other)<br />Have at 1 Cell Phone in an emergency occurs <br />(Place the phone in a water case or bag if needed)<br />Use the right rope, ensure it is long enough<br />Use CLEARCommands all can understand<br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Anchor Points<br />(Some are prepositioned)<br />Recommended Items<br />First-Aid Kit, Sunscreen, Signal Devices (Flare)<br />Water, Camel-Pack (Prevent Dehydration)<br />Flashlight / Headlamp (Extra Batteries)<br />Food or Meal Bars<br />www.rockclimbing.com<br />www.okinawaclimbing.com<br />
  4. 4. SURFING in OKINAWA<br />Know the Sea Conditions<br />Consider Surfing Lessons<br />Never Surf Alone (Wingman)<br />Wear Proper Foot Protection <br />Avoid Areas with an Abundance <br />of Coral<br />Have a Cell Phone Accessible <br />(Waterproof Bag on the Beach)<br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />Do NOT Surf during SC-D or <br />During a Typhoon<br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Surf board Leash must be <br />Attached at all times <br />Resources Available<br />http://www.mensoresurfing.com/<br />http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/marina/index.html<br />http://www.surfinginjapan.com/islands/okinawa-1<br />
  5. 5. KAYAKING<br />Attend training – Oceans and Rivers differ <br />Let someone know your route plans, exact location and approximate time of return<br />Have at least 1 Cell Phone with emergency #’s<br />(Place in a waterproof container or bag)<br />Start off in the calmer waters until comfortable<br />Know the Currents and Sea Conditions Prior<br />Ensure you have food and water (Regardless of the trip length)<br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />Everyone MUST wear a PFD at all times<br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Consider wearing a wetsuit <br />First-Aid Kit, Sunscreen, and Signal Device<br />Check the weather forecast (Sea and Water conditions can change without notice)<br />MANDATORY to WEAR a PFD<br />http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/marina/index.html<br />http://padaloha.com/index.html<br />
  6. 6. LIGHT AIRCRAFT /<br />HELICOPTER FLYING<br />Pilots MUST be licensed<br />Familiarize yourself with the aircraft<br />Accomplish a thorough Preflight Inspection<br />Plan your flights during good and fair weather<br />Consider joining the Aero Club<br />File detailed flight plans for extended trips <br />Have an emergency kit onboard<br />Plan and pack gear for adverse weather (in the <br />event of an emergency landing)<br />Stay current on flight and training requirements<br />Be familiar with the terrain you are flying over<br />Be trained and comfortable with night flying<br />http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/aero/index.html<br />http://www.kadenaforcesupport.com/aero/links.html<br />
  7. 7. KITE SURFING<br />Take Lessons <br />Purchase the right equipment and safety gear<br />Avoid strong winds and rough sea conditions<br />Stay clear of power lines, populated areas, coral, <br />congested water activity, and rocky coastlines<br />Keep a safe distance from other kite surfers<br />Inspect your equipment before and after use<br />Have a plan for self rescue. Know what to do if<br />you find your self in a dangerous situation.<br />Check the weather and local sea conditions<br />Have a control bar with a quick release and a <br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />detachable kite leash<br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />www.patriotkites.com<br />
  8. 8. Scuba Diving (Conditions)<br />Get proper training from a scuba certifying agency: Padi, Naui, SSI, IDEA, USN & more. <br />Be in good physical shape: Not exhausted, <br />inebriated, dehydrated, recommend not to dive <br />within 24 hours before/after flying.<br />Plan your dive and dive your plan (with your buddy):<br />Location (Know site or get orientation dive.)<br />Know max depth you are able to dive. <br />Know entry/exit point. (Alternate exit point.)<br />Check the weather and local sea conditions<br />Access to a basic First Aid/Save-a-Dive kit. <br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />Let someone not diving, know your dive plan. <br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />http://www.diversalertnetwork.org/<br />
  9. 9. Scuba Diving (Equipment)<br />Have proper equipment as shown on the right. <br />Know 5 Steps of Pre-Dive Safety Check (PADI) <br />BWRAF (Begin With Review And Friend).<br />B - Buoyancy Compensator <br />It is the right size, holds air, not torn, damaged.<br />W- Weights (Proper amount of weights, belt right<br />hand release, or integrated weights securely fastened.<br />R - Releases – Snug, know how to release. <br />A- Air/Regulator (Air is in tank, regulator <br />& alternate air source are working properly. <br />F – Final Okay: Is everything in place? <br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />Check your buddy using BWRAF. (Always dive with a buddy!!!) <br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />Enjoy your dive and have fun. <br />
  10. 10. Snorkeling<br />Recommended to get proper snorkeling orientation from MWR/Services Aquatics or Dive<br />Shop or go with an experienced snorkeling buddy.<br />Be in average physical shape: Not exhausted, <br />inebriated and dehydrated. <br />Plan your skin dive (recommended to have a buddy.) <br />Location (Know site or get orientation dive.)<br />Check the weather and local sea conditions<br />Know entry/exit point. (Alternate exit point.)<br />Stay close to shore (be aware of surroundings.)<br />Have proper gear: Mask, Fins, Snorkel and <br />KNOW BEFORE YOU GO<br />approved snorkeling vest. (Holding hands is optional.) <br />Sea Conditions <br /><ul><li> ALL CLEAR</li></ul>- CAUTION (SC-C)<br /><ul><li> DANGER (SC-D)</li></ul>Water Conditions<br />- High Tide<br />- Low Tide<br />- Currents <br />Don’t touch marine life. <br />
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