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NEWS | March 21, 2023

Safety: USACRC Launches New Courses

BLUF: USACRC safety courses are being streamlined to help with training requirements.

U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center
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As of 1 Apr 23, there will be three (3) new safety courses offered by the US Army Combat Readiness Center (USACRC). These three (3) courses take the best content from several existing courses and combine them into a more streamlined product for Soldiers and civilians.
To get the full story, have your CAC ready and visit the USACRC website HERE.
Get more safety tips on the USACRC site.
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