Have a Good Beach Day

Nolan, Dave; Lasky, John
July 2001
Airman;Jul2001, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p16
Offers tips on preventing drowning incidents. Key steps in protecting children from injury or death ; How to cope with a rip current; Effect of alcohol on an individual's swimming ability; Factors to consider before diving.


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