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Lt Col Jett Mayhew National Team Leader Capt Heather McSparron FLWG DDRA 1Lt Yvonne Rodriguez Asst. FLWG DDRA. DDR “Fun with DDR. Why?. CAP Drug Demand Reduction Vision

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Ddr fun with ddr

Lt Col Jett Mayhew National Team Leader

Capt Heather McSparron

FLWG DDRA

1Lt Yvonne Rodriguez

Asst. FLWG DDRA

DDR “Fun with DDR


Ddr fun with ddr

Why?

  • CAP Drug Demand Reduction Vision

    • To be a leading force in America’s drug demand reduction strategy through the development of tomorrow’s leaders in volunteer community service for a drug-free world.

  • CAP Drug Demand Reduction Mission Statement

    • The Civil Air Patrol Drug Demand Reduction program assists squadrons, groups, wings, and regions to instill an aggressive, positive, drug-free attitude in Civil Air Patrol members, Air Force families, DoD civilians, and school-age children through a comprehensive program that:

      • Promotes CAP as a positive community service lifestyle.

      • Encourages youth to remain in school.

      • Focuses on drug abuse education, prevention and awareness.

      • Provides positive activities as an alternative to drugs and gang violence.

  • Promote Drug Awareness Amongst Cadets and Senior Members


Ddr fun with ddr

Who?

  • DDRA (Drug Demand Reduction Administrator)

    • Florida Wing

      • Capt Heather McSparron

        • [email protected]

        • (321) 446-1658

  • DDRA (Drug Demand Reduction Administrator)

    • Assistant DDRA

      • 1Lt Yvonne Rodriguez

        • [email protected]

  • C/DDRO (Cadet Drug Demand Reduction Officer)

    • Wing

    • Group

    • Squadron


Ddr poster contest winner

DDR Poster Contest Winner!!!

C/SSgt Xenia Benitez

SER-FL-123


Ddr fun with ddr

When?

  • Community Involvement

    • Air Shows

    • Open House

    • Red Ribbon Week

  • Unit Meetings

  • Group Activities

    • Leadership Courses

  • Wing Events

    • Encampments

    • Air Shows

    • Conference


What is available

What is available?


Drinking and driving

Drinking and Driving

  • Car accidents #1 cause of deaths in teen drivers.

    • One third are alcohol related.

UNDER

21

FACTS

.08

Legal Limit


The law

The Law….


Let s try

Let’s try…..

Send this text to: 321-446-1658

I have had too much to drink, and need a ride home. I’m sorry.


Texting and driving

Texting and Driving

OMG!!

TEXT MESSAGING

lol no im nt bsy im only driving


Accidents

Accidents….


What do i have to loose

What do I have to loose?


Myths of alcohol

Myths of Alcohol

  • Coffee will wake me up enough to drive safely.

    • Only time will rid your body of alcohol. Caffeine in coffee will make you jittery but it cannot keep you alert and restore judgment lost to alcohol consumption.

  • I stay with beer and never drink the hard stuff so I’ll be fine to drive.

    • Alcohol is alcohol. A 12 oz beer has as much alcohol as a 1.5 oz whiskey or 5 oz of wine. Many people who believe this drink more beer and become more intoxicated than if they had only consumed one or two whiskeys.

  • Bigger people can handle their alcohol better so they can drink and still drive.

    • The first drink of alcohol begins to slow your motor skills, vision and judgment. It is true that body size does figure in the rate alcohol affects you, but you must also consider individual metabolism, the amount of rest you had and when you last ate. All of this makes for some very complex calculations regarding when you are safe to drive.

  • As long as I roll down the window and get some fresh air I’ll be fine. I’ll turn up the radio really loud. I’ll splash cold water on my face.

    • One more time – Alcohol is alcohol is alcohol. Time is the only way to lower your blood alcohol level. Cold wind or cold water in your face will not return your alertness, motor skills and judgment.

  • When I’ve been drinking, I compensate by driving very slowly.

    • Drinking and driving is not safe at any speed. In fact, even driving too slowly will make you a traffic hazard and could cause a crash.


For additional information

For additional Information…..

National Capital Wing

www.natcapwg.cap.gov

“Above the Capital”

Go to Blogg

DDR Section

Information/messages/alerts

Juanita M Sanchez Carter, Maj. Cap

[email protected]


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