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NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
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NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
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NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
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NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
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NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
NMCB 5 Family Return & Reunion Brief
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  • We’re coming to the end of your Warrior Transition Seminar. Here’s what we have done during the last hour or so:  By asking you to share your stories from the recent past, what you are feeling now, and what your plans are for the future, we: Started you thinking about some issues that might be a concern later, such as experiences you may have of eliminating the enemy, or seeing innocent people die at the hands of their own oppressive regime. Telling your story to your fellow Seabee is a therapy it gets you talking and getting out your feelings rather than holding them in. Modeled a way to share your story. This is something you need to be doing with your fellow Seabees. Take some of the things you have started sharing here, and continue to talk those issues through. Gather with your comrades in your unit, like many Seabees are already doing. Talk to a trusted friend. Share concerns with your chaplain.We spent some time telling our stories. We talked about where you’ve been, where you are, and where you want to go. And we’ve slipped in some survival training along the way. The fact is that coming home from a hostile environment doesn’t happen all at once. And working here on the things that happened there may take a long, long time. This program is just one step along the way. We hope it’s been a helpful step. Please know that your chaplain stands ready to help you take the steps you want to take, to the future you wantto find, whenever you’re ready. Here are some resources, people you can turn to for support on base, such as the Single Sailor Program, The Fleet & Family Support Center, your Chaplain or LCPOs, MWR, Navy Medicine, etc.  If you have any questions, please see one of the chaplains or LCPO’s here today, or your unit chaplain or LCPO.
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    • 1. UNCLASSIFIED RETURN & REUNION BRIEF NMCB FIVE “THE PROFESSIONALS” JANUARY 28, 2012CAMP MITCHELL ROTA, SPAIN Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 2. UNCLASSIFIED THANK YOU„ For your sacrifices„ Your absence, its effects on spouses, families, friends back home„ Time away, lost plans, lost opportunities, lost special days and events back home Seabees We build – We fight 2 UNCLASSIFIED
    • 3. UNCLASSIFIED POSTITIVES OF ROTA„ Impact on world events„ European experience„ What professional skills did you gain here? ‟ Promotion/SCWs ‟ Gain more self-confidence ‟ Closer friendships Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 4. UNCLASSIFIED YOUR ROTA STORY„ So what about your Rota story?„ In 5 years, what do you think will have stayed with you?„ Reflect on victories & failures? ‟ Capture the victories! ‟ Flush the setbacks! Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 5. UNCLASSIFIED CHALLENGES OF ROTA„ What do you have?„ Frustrations of “Ambulance in Waiting”„ Uncertainty of Schedule ‟ Go/no go cycle„ Same roommate„ TPI„ Anything else? Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 6. UNCLASSIFIED ROTA AND YOU„ Rota, impact on the whole you? ‟ Professionally? ‟ Mentally? ‟ Physically? ‟ Emotionally? ‟ Spiritually?„ Not so good? 2 + 2 = 5? ‟ Chaps, Medical, FFSC, Military One Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 7. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012„ Personal Goals„ Building healthy relationships„ Developing your career plan„ Total Wellness: Work / Family / Recreation / Faith Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 8. UNCLASSIFIED A SINGLE GOAL„ Homeport 2012: our single goal…Servanthood!„ It begins with you, with me!„ Reconnect ‟ Communicate, initiate it ‟ Reestablish roles, gently Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 9. UNCLASSIFIED SERVING ~ CELEBRATING„ Serving at home (continued)„ Celebrate/accept Graciously ‟ The decisions and changes that have been made, nurture mutual Appreciation ‟ Who your loved one is, has become, and accomplished while you have been away ‟ For who you are and what you have accomplished as a Seabee„ Victories rewind, Rota? Wash. St.? ‟ Learn each other’s stories over time Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 10. UNCLASSIFIED SERVING ~ ALWAYS!„ Passionately serve on all fronts„ Lifestyle creates effective leaders in battalion during Homeport 2012 Serving Serving at at Home Work Serving at Play Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 11. UNCLASSIFIED SERVING ~ EFFECTIVE LEADERS„ Passionate servant leaders„ “A leader takes care of his followers and those important to his followers. Those you are leading can only be effective when their needs and the needs of their families are met. An effective leader understands this and is sensitive to it. Serve your followers and their families. - Bob Briner Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 12. UNCLASSIFIED SERVING ~ OTHERS FIRST„ “Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.” ‟ Apostle Paul Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 13. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012: BE CHARACTER HOMEPORT 2012: The MORALS BE CHARACTER, LIVE to KNOW CHARACTER! what is RIGHT DOING theProfessional Right Thing Build CompleteCompetency CONSISTENTLY TRUST Mission The CHARACTER VIRTUES to DO what is RIGHT Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 14. UNCLASSIFIED1992 PERFECT STORMS 2010Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 15. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE„ Homeport 2012: don’t go alone!„ Peer to Peer, Simply be a friend1. Listen with ‟ Presence ‟ Empathy2. Clarify ‟ What is being said ‟ What is not being said Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 16. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE„ Homeport 2012: don’t go alone! (cont.)„ Peer to Peer, Simply be a friend3. Impart hope(frequently you don’t go past three)4. Teach the Teachable ‟ Highlight the disconnects ‟ Reality check! Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 17. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE„ Homeport 2012: don’t go alone!„ Peer to Peer, Simply a Dork! ‟ “Stop…” ‟ “I know exactly…” ‟ “Go Back to…” ‟ “Maybe it will just all…” ‟ “Toughen…” ‟ “You think you got it…” Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 18. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONEStressors Homeport 2012:„ Family & You Relational Challenges„ Friends„ Company„ NavyTypes„ Betrayals„ Baggage„ Fears Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 19. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE Only you can give Homeport: Live!your power away…don’t give too muchpower to the past, or the future, and you will have apowerful presence today! Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 20. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ SELF INVENTORY Needs Work Needs HelpRelationships Tension Coldness or FightingWork function Indifferent Hostile environmentPublic behavior Aggressive, irritable Risky, hostileSubstance abuse Could be an issue Is an issueMoney and finances Financial worries Financial troublePhysical and mental Disturbing thoughts, Indifferenthealth feelingsRoles in life Out of balance Pulled apart Empty, lack of “moralSpirituality Something’s missing compass” Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 21. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE„ Homeport 2012: Don’t go it alone!„ Get counseling? I will lose my security clearance„ Mental health counseling in and of itself is not a reason to revoke or deny a clearance. Answer “No” if the counseling was for any of the following reasons and was not court- ordered: -strictly marital, family, grief not related to violence by you; -strictly related to adjustments from service in a military combat environment.” Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 22. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ RESOURCESYou have resourceswhen you return! Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 23. UNCLASSIFIED HOMEPORT 2012 ~ NOT ALONE WATCH OUT FOR YOUR FELLOW SEABEES!Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 24. UNCLASSIFIED EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Voluntary Education (VOLED)Educational Services Officer (ESO) LTJG Damaris Havens Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 25. UNCLASSIFIED OPPORTUNITIES„ Tuition Assistance (TA)„ Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE)„ Credentialing Opportunities On-Line (COOL)„ The United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (USMAP)„ Navy College Testing Services for Active Duty Members ‟ DANTES CLEP DANTES SAT ACT GRE GMAT Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 26. UNCLASSIFIED References & Points of Contacthttps://www.navycollege.navy.mil NBVC Navy College Officehttp://www.dlncpace.com/ Bryan Burdickhttps://www.cool.navy.mil/ Navy Collegehttps://usmap.cnet.navy.mil/ Office Point Mugu, CAhttp://www.dantes.doded.mil/ 93042https://smart.navy.mil/ (805) 989-8362 DSN: 351-8362 Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 27. UNCLASSIFIED Safety BUC(SCW) ScroggsSeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 28. UNCLASSIFIED Driving SafetyDriving Safety Tips:„ Start every trip well-rested„ Drive during daylight hours„ Schedule breaks every two hours„ Never drink and drive„ Pull over if you get tired. It’s better to getthere late than not at all! Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 29. UNCLASSIFIED Driving Safety TRiPS = Travel Risk Planning System An easy, online survey that helps you recognize and reduce travel risks Many more benefits!Access TRiPS through Navy Knowledge Online Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 30. UNCLASSIFIED Driving Safety Distracted DrivingWhat is distracted driving?“Distraction occurs when a driver’s attention isdiverted away from driving by some otheractivity.” Insert video #1 Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 31. UNCLASSIFIED Driving Safety Distracted Driving Immediately brings to mind: „ Cell phones and texting „ Use of other electronic devices But there are many more driving distractions:„Eating „Planning the day’s work„Changing a CD „Rehashing emotional„Talking to other moment from previouspassengers night„Billboards „Just daydreaming„Other objects outside thecar Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 32. UNCLASSIFIED Driving Safety Distracted DrivingInsert video #2 Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 33. UNCLASSIFIED Distracted DrivingWhat is distracted driving?There are four types of driver distraction: Visual ‟ looking at something other than the road Auditory ‟ hearing something not related todriving Manual ‟ manipulating something other than thewheel Cognitive ‟ thinking abut something other thandriving Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 34. UNCLASSIFIED Distracted DrivingMost distractions involve more thanone of these types, with both a sensory ‟eyes, ears, or touch ‟ and a mental component.Distraction occurs when a driver voluntarilydiverts attention tosomething not relatedto driving that uses the driver’s eyes, ears, orhands. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 35. UNCLASSIFIED Distracted DrivingHow often are drivers distracted?Driver distraction is common in everydaydriving and in crashes.Drivers on the road: A study that observed 100drivers continually for a full year found thatdrivers were distracted between 1/4 and 1/2 ofthe time. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 36. UNCLASSIFIED Distracted Driving„ About 2/3 of all drivers use a cell phonewhile driving.„ About 1/3 used a cell phone routinely.During daylight hours in 2009, between 7% and10% of all drivers were using a cell phone.„ Texting: In recent surveys, about 1/8 of alldrivers reported texting while driving. Duringdaylight hours in 2009, fewer than 1% of alldrivers were observed to be texting. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 37. UNCLASSIFIED Driving Safety Distracted Driving Insert video #3Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 38. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetySeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 39. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetyWhy do YOU want to ride? ~Economical Commuting ~Sport/Recreation ~Social opportunities Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 40. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety Before you buy! WHAT STYLE OF MOTORCYCLE? Street ~ Dual Purpose ~ Off-road*Touring*Cruisers*Sport/Sport Touring*Standard (naked)*Dual Sport*Scooter*Off-road Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 41. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety Before you buy! SIZE AND FIT~ Seat height/width~ Handle bar design/reach~ Leg Position~ Creature comfortsSeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 42. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetyNAVY AND MARINE CORPS POLICY OPNAVINST 5100.12 (Series) MCO 5100.19 (Series)Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 43. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety OPNAVINST 5100.12H- Traffic Safety Program- 13.a.(3) All military personnel who operate amotorcycle on/off base, and all DoD civilianpersonnel who operate a motorcycle on base arerequired to complete a COMNAVSAFECEN approvedmotorcycle rider safety course prior to operatingthese vehicles. This training will be provided to theabove individuals at no cost and they may not becharged leave to attend the training. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 44. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety NAVY/MARINE CORPS MOTORCYCLE DEFINITIONAny government or privately-owned motorvehicle having a seat or saddle for the useof its operator and designed to travel onnot more than three wheels. (This includesvehicles with less than 50cc engines, such asmopeds, motor scooters, and motorizedbicycles.) Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 45. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Riding Requirements„ Fill out command riders information sheet„ Must have been counseled by a Khaki and sign a Pg. 13„ Enroll in Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Course ‟ Run special request chit through: „ Your Chain of Command „ Company Training Petty Officer „ Safety Office„ To participate in MSF course: ‟ Must have a minimum of a motorcycle riders Learners permit or a motorcycle endorsement„ Base decal ‟ Must have proof of MSF course & insurance before registering„ Personal Protective Equipment Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 46. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Riding Requirements„ Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) courses ‟ Basic Riders Course (BRC): ALL RIDERS „ Must be complete prior to riding any motorcycle ‟ Military SportBike Riders Course(MSRC): SPORT BIKES „ No more than 60 days after completing BRC „ Cannot ride sport bike if not completed within timeframe ‟ Expert Riders Course (ERC) STANDARD, CRUSERS, ENDUROS „ No more than 3 years after BRC „ If you take the BRC on a loner bike, must take ERC on your own bike within 60 days Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 47. UNCLASSIFIED Company Representative Requirements„Maintain folder for each rider with all items listed above„Provide a copy of folder for Safety Office„Maintain/update company tracker on shared driveand Share point„ Remind riders when MSF course will expire„ Attend monthly motorcycle reps safety meeting Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 48. UNCLASSIFIED Personal Protective EquipmentTwo basic purposes: Comfort and Protection„ HELMET: Must meet Snell or DOT standards (FMVSS218) chin strap fastened„ EYE PROTECTION: Impact or shatter resistant safetyglasses, goggles or face shield„ GLOVES: Leather full finger„ FOOT PROTECTION: Sturdy over the ankle footwear Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 49. UNCLASSIFIED Personal Protective Equipment„PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: „ Long sleeved shirt or jacket „ Long trousers „ Brightly colored garments by day „ Reflective outer garments or vest shall be worn during nighttime „ Motorcycle jackets constructed of „ Abrasion resistant material (leather, kevlar, cordura) „ Recommend impact absorbing padding Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 50. UNCLASSIFIED Approved Helmets ¾ Helmet Full ½ HelmetHelmet Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 51. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety HELMET Standards DOTDepartment of TransportationDepartment of Transportation Snell Memorial Foundation Snell Memorial Foundation Manufacturing Standard Testing Standard Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 52. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetyFake helmets only available ½ shell These helmets are commonly called NOVELTY HELMETS and are NOT approved for riding on motorcycles. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 53. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety EYE PROTECTIONVESC orANSI Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 54. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety Motorcycle Specific clothingSeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 55. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetySeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 56. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetyResults from FOOL’S GEAR Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 57. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetySeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 58. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle SafetyCONSEQUENCES!Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 59. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Riding Violations„ ALL REGULATIONS AND POLICIES ARE CONSIDERED GENERAL ORDERS„ VIOLATORS ARE SUBJECT TO UCMJ„ SERIOUS INJURIES SUSTAINED IN A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT WILL TRIGGER AN INVESTIGATION. IF FOUND IN VIOLATION OF POLICY, MEMBER MAY HAVE TO PAY MEDICAL COSTS. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 60. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety What is the most commonphrase heard AFTER a car/truck caused motorcycle crash? Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 61. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety “HONEST OFFICER, I NEVER SAW THE MOTORCYCLE!”Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 62. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety It WON’T happen to me!During the last four years, we havereduced the number of Sailors killed inmotor vehicle mishaps by 60%, from 63 inFY08 to 25 in FY11. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 63. UNCLASSIFIED It Won’t Happen to me!Thanks to the combination of engaged leadership,enhanced training and personal responsibilityOut of the 16 Motorcyclists killed in FY11, 12 were ridingsport bikes, 9 had not completed MSRCThis is a reduction in sport bike fatalities from 29 inFY08 to 12 this last yearSeabees are 4% of the Navy, yet we accounted for 18%of motorcycle deaths in FY11 Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 64. UNCLASSIFIED Motorcycle Safety QUESTIONS? CONCERNS?Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 65. UNCLASSIFIED LEGAL OFFICELN1 Steve Mcanally, SCW Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 66. UNCLASSIFIED LEGAL ISSUES IN HOMEPORT„ Domestic Violence„ Drinking age is 21„ DUI’s„ Credit Report„ Court appearances„ Lease„ Spice & other Drugs„ Urinalysis testing Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 67. UNCLASSIFIED DAPAYNC Douglas Frisbee, SCW/SS *Homeport: BUC RoySeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 68. UNCLASSIFIED TIPS TO PREVENT DRUNK DRIVING„Designate a sober driver before the party begins„Don’t get behind the wheel of your vehicle if you’vebeen out drinking or are impaired„Program the number for a taxi service and theShipmate phone number into your phone before yougo out„Call a sober friend, family member to get you„Stay where you are and sleep it off until you aresober, not when you feel sober; only time sobers; ittakes about one hour to metabolize each drink. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 69. UNCLASSIFIED DUI ~ STATISTICS Navy FY11 Statistics400300 Navy DAARs • The Navy averaged over 3 DUIs per day in FY11200 Navy DUIs100 0 Jan Mar May Jul Sep NMCB 5 FY11 Statistics 10 NMCB 5 DAARs • Daily in the US almost 30 8 NMCB 5 DUIs people die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an 6 alcohol-impaired driver • This amounts to one death 4 every 48 minutes. 2 0 Jan Mar May Jul Sep Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 70. UNCLASSIFIED ANOTHER REMINDER: SPICE NO!„ Spice- ‟ Use and/or possession of Spice is ILLEGAL for all service members and is punishable under the UCMJ ‟ The Navy’s stated policy on Spice is ZERO tolerance ‟ Sailors who get caught using these substances „ Go home under OTH condition „ Suffer substantial losses to their veterans’ benefits ‟ The fact of the matter is, those who use drugs eventually get caught ‟ The terms are non-negotiable and irreversible Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 71. UNCLASSIFIED ANOTHER REMINDER: SPICE NO!„ Bath Salts ‟ Sold as bath salts and plant food ‟ Not safe for human consumption ‟ The DEA has made Bath Salts illegal to use, possess or manufacture throughout the US ‟ The use of Bath Salts by members of the US Armed Forces is prohibited Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 72. UNCLASSIFIED CSADD“Reinforcing our culture of Seabees helping Seabees” Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 73. UNCLASSIFIED CSADD ~ MISSION The Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions (CSADD)CSADD’s mission is to provide military members of allbranches with the best prevention and intervention toolspossible to deal with the issues of drinking, reckless drivingand other destructive decisions while maintaining good orderand discipline. To assist sailors in making life decisions thatwill maintain positive lifestyles in keeping with the Navy’score values. To guide sailors away from making poor anddestructive decisions by providing them with positive anddynamic training and to show sailors how to make quickpositive decisions and put their training to use in moments ofhigh stress and peer pressure. Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 74. UNCLASSIFIED CSADD ~ Members The Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions (CSADD)To get involved with CSADDtalk to the current members:EA1 Miller, EA2 Schott, YN2 Smith,YN2 Card, IS2 Elliott, CM3 Leird Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 75. HOMEPORT 2012: UNCLASSIFIED FAMILY MATTERS FLEET AND FAMILY SERVICES CENTER CAMP MITCHELL ROTA, SPAINSeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 76. UNCLASSIFIED DEPLOYMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTSDeployment Accomplishments„ Over 25,000 Mandays of Tasking Completed„ In Rota ‟ 7500 MDs of construction ‟ Training and skills development„ Completed ERC, HA and Contingency Construction at numerous DET sites throughout 11 countries in the EUCOM/AFRICOM AO„ Construction efforts directly supported critical operations such as: ‟ Atlantic Sentry (Turkey) ‟ Unified Protector (Sigonella) ‟ Numerous Classified Operations in CJTF-HOA AO Seabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED
    • 77. UNCLASSIFIEDSeabees We build – We fight UNCLASSIFIED

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