Airmen Against Drunk Driving program saves lives. Airmen Against Drunk Driving program saves lives.
Posted 4/1. 3/2. 01. Updated 4/1. 3/2. Email story. Print story. Commentary by Airman 1st Class Nicole Leidholm.
Airmen Against Drunk Driving is a decades-old, Air Force program developed to help prevent Airmen from driving drunk. If plans for a safe way home at the.
Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs. TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. - - Have you ever gone out drinking with your friends and made sure you had a designated driver? But then your designated driver decides he's going to have some fun and drink anyway. How are you going to get home now? Grab your keys and head home, right?
Airmen against Drunk Driving: Making a Good Program Better. If your plan falls through, call Airmen against Drunk Driving.' Sounds simple. A McChord Field program aimed at saving lives was recently revamped in an effort to. The Airmen Against Drunk Driving program has gone through several. Have you ever gone out drinking with your friends and made sure you had a designated driver? But then your designated driver decides he's going to have some fun and. Would you like to be a good wingman over the holiday season? Assist in helping the Airman Against Drunk Driving program accomplish the goal of having ZERO DUI's for.
Edwards AFB Airmen Against Drunk Driving Program (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kenji Thuloweit) Download HiRes. Hill AFB's Airmen Against Drunk Driving, or AADD, program recently hosted a simulated drunk obstacle course at the Warrior Fitness Center. The event aimed. There are many aspects of being an Airman. One is the safety of our wingman when out drinking. Airmen should have a plan of how to get home before they. . Airmen Against Drunk Driving is. Airmen Against Drunk Driving program. their careers because of driving under the influence,' Airman.
Wrong. So what do you do? You could probably make a call to your Wingman and see if he can pick you up. Maybe he's already drunk and can't pick you up either. How about calling a cab? Depending on how long the ride home is, it could be a hefty bill.
There is always the option to call someone from your shop such as your supervisor or first sergeant. But maybe you think there is going to reprimand for not having a plan.
Just call Airmen Against Drunk Driving! Even if it's your last option, it's your best one. If an Airman is left with the choice between finding a ride and driving drunk, they have the responsibility to find a ride," said Senior Airman David Mumme, 6. Civil Engineer Squadron assistant program manager for AADD. AADD is both an ethically and fiscally responsible option."Airmen Against Drunk Driving is a free service for Airmen, dependents or Department of Defense civilians and contractors to get a ride. Airmen Against Drunk Driving is a volunteer driven coalition providing an alternative mode of transportation to drunk driving for military members and their families," Mumme said.
AADD keeps many impending drunk drivers off the road, potentially saving lives and preeminently safeguarding careers."It's a great way for Airmen to feel comfortable about getting a ride home without possibly being chewed out. No one will pull the rank card on you. No judgments here. It's Airmen helping Airmen. Airmen Against Drunk Driving provides a responsible alternative to drunk driving when other options have fallen through, Mumme said Airmen Against Drunk Driving is available anytime between 1.
Friday and Saturday. They will send someone to pick you up and bring you home. Since January, the AADD program has preserved at least 2. Mumme said. This past weekend alone there have been 4.
Airmen. If you would like to sign up as a volunteer, please visit the AADD calendar listed on the Volunteer Central Share. Point site. There will be four positions to choose from: a primary sit- in driver, charge of quarters and two stand- by drivers. AADD is a good way to volunteer and help out our Airmen. Not only is it a good bullet, but you're saving lives as well. Remember when your plans fall through and you need a ride you can always call 4. AADD will be happy to pick you up.