Taming the Crotch Rockets

Wilt, Jim
April 2007
Soldiers;Apr2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p40
The article reports on motorcycle accidents involving U.S. Army soldiers. It says that the 82nd Airborne Division alone lost four soldiers to motorcycle accidents in fiscal year (FY) 2006. It details that across the Army, 48 soldiers were killed in motorcycle accidents in FY 2006. It emphasizes that the four paratroopers who were killed in motorcycle accidents all made poor decisions, which contributed to their deaths, according to safety officials at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.


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