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Mishap Reporting InvestigationThis site is intended to provide users all necessary information and guidance for the expeditious and accurate reporting of Army mishapsIf you are initially notifying the Army Combat Readiness Center of an Army mishap, click on and follow the Immediate Notifications Instructions site now.

The U.SArmy Combat Readiness Center preserves Army readiness through analysis, training, and the development of systems that prevent accidental loss of our people and resourcesLearn More PLR PMV Mishap Claims One Soldier's Life

Create your TRiPS AssessmentThe Online Assessment will guide you through filling out your TRiPS worksheet step by stepIt will assist you in calculating your travel route times and distances, it will provide you the risks associated with your trip, and it will automatically format your TRiPS Assessment into a PDF and send it to whatever email address you specify.

Risk Management Information System (RMIS) is a simple, yet powerful, end user tool to provide Army accident data from the Army Safety Management Information System (ASMIS) DatabaseRMIS is available only to registered users and is intended for all Army safety professionals with a mission of accident prevention.

Driver's Training ToolboxThe U.SArmy Combat Readiness Center developed this toolbox to assist commanders, examiners and instructors in the management of driver trainingThe toolbox provides a central location for the materials necessary to establish and maintain an effective driver training programPlease direct your questions, comments

usarmy.bliss ar bde.mbx.crc s [email protected] C Company Operations For questions or concerns relating to CRC demobilization processSend questions to C Company Ops email usarmy.bliss ar bde.mbx.crc [email protected] Official Mailing Address CONUS Replacement Center (CRC) Pleasonton Rd, Bldg Fort Bliss, Texas

As a field operating agency of Headquarters, Department of the Army, the U.SArmy Combat Readiness Center serves as the single source of safety and occupational health information for Soldiers, DA Civilians and contractor employees across the forceWhile the USACRC has traditionally focused on safety since its founding during the Korean War

HistoryWith humble origins dating back to the Korean War, the U.SArmy Combat Readiness Center has become a Department of Defense leader in safety and occupational health training, policy, and accident investigation expertiseChange has been a constant for the organization, and it continues to evolve with the needs of the Army, its sister

The U.SArmy Combat Readiness Center preserves Army readiness through analysis, training, and the development of systems that prevent accidental loss of our people and resourcesLearn More PLR Privately Owned Weapons Mishap Claims One Soldier's Life

The CRC is a multi functional center, supporting not only the Army and the command, but also foreign, federal, state and local law enforcement agenciesThe CRC receives, safeguards, maintains and disseminates information from Army law enforcement recordsThe center has accumulated more than million reports.