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NOTICE - Residents in the 9400, 9500, 9600, 9700, and 10900 will experience apower outage on Tuesday 23-Oct-12 between 090...
LEADER’S GUIDE                           TO PREVENTION OF COLD INJURIES DUE TO EXPOSURE TO TEMPERATURES BELOW 500 F       ...
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FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
FRSA Flash 18 October2012
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  1. 1. www.facebook.com/TF Knighthawk Government Organization TF KnighthawkHave questions or concerns? Be sureto contact your FRG Leader or FRSA. FRSA FlashHHC October 18, 2012Jennifer Cannon 10/19 – Teen Gaming Tournament – Youth CenterAlpha—Deathstalker 10/19 – BOSS Movie Night – BOSSCarole Barlow 10/19 - Coping with Deployment Class - USO 10/20 – Reading With Animals – McEwen LibraryBecky Blanchard 10/25 – BOSS Halo Fright Night Gaming Tournament –C/Co—Warlords BOSS 10/26 – EFMP Halloween Party – Army Community ServiceCasey Greene 10/26 - Daytreat 9:30AM-3PM - Po Valley ChapelHeidi Woerheide 10/26 - Haunted Hayride - Remington ParkD/Co—Dragonhawk 10/27 - 2BCT Haunted Hotel—Nash Blvd. Guest House 10/27 – Teen Karaoke Contest – Youth CenterShaunna Fitzpatrick 10/31 – BOSS Zombie 5K Fun Run – Remington ParkKimberly PerezE/Co— Knight Rider Family Members SoldiersSterling ReepF/ Co—Firehawk To Register, please contact the Command Safety Office at 772-3022Jamie Sampsel Bldg M-10281 4th Armored Division DriveWendy Everett NOTE: Unit/Organization Classes are by Appointment OnlyF/Co—Pathfinder Winter Driving Snow ThrowerAna HumeChristina Perdue Wednesday 3-Oct-11 1400-1500 Wednesday 3 Oct 12 1530-1600 Wednesday 17 Oct 12 1400-1500 Wednesday 17 Oct 12 1530-1600Advisors Wednesday 24 Oct 12 1400-1500 Wednesday 24 Oct 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 6 Nov 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 6 Nov 12 1530-1600Rebecca Braman Tuesday 20 Nov 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 20 Nov 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 4 Dec 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 4 Dec 12 1530-1600Jessica Chilson Tuesday 18 Dec 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 18 Dec 12 1530-1600Family Readiness Support DA CiviliansAssistantKelley Arnold315-774-1373
  2. 2. NOTICE - Residents in the 9400, 9500, 9600, 9700, and 10900 will experience apower outage on Tuesday 23-Oct-12 between 0900 and 1300 hours. Traffic sig-nals in those areas will NOT be affected, however, street lights in the neighbor-hoods will be affected. The power outage is in connection with high voltagework being performed at the intersection of North Riva Ridge Loop and ChapelDrive. The work will be performed by Lend Lease, Manfred Construction andDemco Electric. If there are any comments or questions, please contact Construction Manager, Mr.Randy LaJuett at 315-767-2414.There will be road work conducted next to the intersections of 8th Street East and Oneida Ave and8th Street West and Ontario Ave from 16 October 2012 thru 30 October 2012. Inbound and outbound lanes at these two locations and beyond will be merged into single lanes. Main roads will beclosed so that old steel barriers can be removed and drainage piping can be installed.Proper signs and orange cones will be posted on Ontario, & Oneida Ave, and 8th Street East and Westdirecting traffic. Existing stop signs will be enforced. Unpaved Road will be built inside of the medianfor both lanes and will be maintained daily. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jef-frey Carroll @ 523-0458.
  3. 3. LEADER’S GUIDE TO PREVENTION OF COLD INJURIES DUE TO EXPOSURE TO TEMPERATURES BELOW 500 F INFORMATION ON THIS CARD IS PROVIDED TO ASSIST LEADERS IN RISK DECISION MAKING AND CONTROL DEVELOPMENT AS PART OF THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS. RISK DECISIONS AND CONTROLS SHOULD BE DEVELOPED FOR ALL TRAINING. LEADERS MUST ENSURE THAT THESE RISK DECISIONS/CONTROLS ARE IMPLEMENTED INTO UNIT TRAINING PLANS AND THAT TRAINING IS SUPERVISED. RECOMMENDATIONS MINIMUM UNIFORM OTHER FACTORSWIND CHILL FIELD PT UNIFORM OFFCATEGORY UNIFORM(SEE REVERSE) DUTY ACTIVITIES LIGHTWEIGHT CW IPFU COAT -- INCREASE LEADER SHIRT & DRAWERS LIGHTWEIGHT HAT SURVEILLANCE LITTLE SOFT SHELL (T & B) CW SHIRT & EAR PROTECTION --. NO FACIAL CAMOUFLAGE FLEECE CAP DRAWERS GLOVES -- INCREASE HYDRATION. DANGER TRIGGER FINGER FLEECE CAP BOOTS -- PROVIDE WARM-UP AREAS MITTENS BLACK GLOVES WITH HOT DRINKS, ETC. ACB (TW)/ICWB W/INSERTS -- SKIN COVERED AND DRY MIDWEIGHT CW IPFU COAT -- RESTRICT NON-ESSENTIAL SHIRT & DRAWERS MIDWEIGHT CW HAT OUTDOOR TRAINING. INCREASING FLEECE JACKET SHIRT & EAR PROTECTION -- LOW ACTIVITY: 30-40 MIN DANGER SOFT SHELL (T&B) - DRAWERS GLOVES WORK CYCLE. FROSTBITE BALACLAVA OR FLEECE CAP FLEECE CAP & BOOTS -- SEDENTARY ACTIVITY: 15- IN 30 MIN OR NECK GAITER GAITER 20 MIN WORK CYCLE. TRIGGER FINGER LESS ECW MITTENS MITTENS -- USE BUDDY SYSTEM. BOOTS - ICWB -- NO EXPOSED SKIN LT & MIDWEIGHT CW IPFU HEAVY COAT -- CONSIDER INDOOR TNG.GREAT SHIRT & DRAWERS LIGHT & LONG -- HIGH INTENSITY ACTIVITY:DANGER ECW PARKA & MIDWEIGHT CW UNDERWEAR <15 MIN WORK CYCLE. TROUSERS (T&B) HAT & SCARF -- CONSIDER CANCELINGFROSTBITE IN 5 BALACLAVA BALACLAVA MITTENS LOW OR SEDENTARYMIN OR LESS GLVS & ECW MITTENS ECW MITTENS CW BOOTS ACTIVITY OUTDOOR TNG BOOTS ECWB -- COVER ALL EXPOSED SKIN ACB (TW) = ARMY COMBAT BOOT (TEMPERATE WEATHER) ICWB = INTERMEDIATE COLD WET BOOT ECWB = EXTREME COLD WEATHER BOOT (WHITE) COMMAND SAFETY OFFICE - Leading The Way In Force Protection ON-POST ROAD WINTER CAR KIT CONDITIONS , WEATHER STUCK IN SNOW?-SNOW BRUSH W/ AND TEMPERATURE - CLEAR A PATHSCRAPER 772-”DRUM” (3786) GREEN - ROUTINE - STRAIGHTEN FRONT-FLASHLIGHT W/ CONDITIONS WHEELSBATTERIES AMBER - - USE ABRASIVE MATERIALS-BLANKET CAUTIONARY UNDER WHEELS-MITTENS, SOCKS & - CONDITIONSHAT RED - EXTREMELY - GENTLE PRESSURE ON ACCELERATOR-SMALL SHOVEL HAZARDOUS-SACK OF SAND OR CONDITIONS - DON’T SPIN WHEELSKITTY LITTER BLACK - LIFE - “ROCKING THE VEHICLE” THREATENING-JUMPER CABLES CHECK OWNER’S MANUAL-HAZARD SIGN, CONDITIONS FIRSTFLARES OR FLAG OFF-POST/LOCAL AREA-WINDSHIELD WASHER DOT: 785-9376 IF STRANDEDFLUID - STAY IN CAR, SET HAZARD NYS DMV HOTLINE: 511 LIGHTS-CELL PHONE http://www.511ny.org/traffic.aspx - DISPLAY A TROUBLE SIGN (website) - OCCASIONALLY RUN ENGINE TO KEEP WARM - BEWARE OF CARBON NY THRUWAY AUTHORITY MONOXIDE (CLEAR TAILPIPE, 1 (800) 847-8929 VENTS, OPEN WINDOW) - DO MINOR EXERCISES
  4. 4. Contents of this newsletter are compiled from multiple Military Family news sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of TF Knighthawk or the United States Army. This material is for personal use ofthe readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.

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