What are you doing to practice summer safety?

YNSN Tiki Dyamond Wilson

“I don’t drink and I don’t drive, so just looking out for my shipmates and being aware of my surroundings.”


YNSN Seanae Reid

“I just got my car and don’t really know the roads here, so I make sure I drive the speed limit and don’t go anywhere without companions.”


BM2 Leland Raye Harris

“I make sure that people have designated drivers or if we’re all going out, I make sure that we can get a taxi. I’m a certified scuba diver, so I always make sure there’s at least two of us when I’m going scuba diving.”


YN3 Eric Devon Quinn

“Always have to buckle up, Click It or Ticket, I’ve seen the commercials. I also keep good friends on speed dial and a tipsy taxi card, or give my designated driver my keys before I start drinking.”


(Coast Guard) SK2 Randy Jordan Jr.

“I coach a fifth grade basketball team in Kalihi, and I try to teach my kids summer safety by wearing socks and shoes while playing, wearing a mouthpiece, and always playing clean basketball.”


Retired Army Staff Sgt. Simone D.K. Davis

“When I’m driving through neighborhoods, I’m a lot more cautious because I know kids are out of school. When we have barbecues and parties, I make sure everyone has a plan or a designated driver.”


(Provided by Jazzmin Williams)

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