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#1 KILLER OF MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL Water Sports Swimming, boating, scuba diving, fishing = 13 FY99-03
Don t exceed your ability Never swim alone Stay away from strong currents Swim in areas with life guards No alcohol SWIMMING
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP! Manage the risks Dont dive unless you know the depth of the water and the type of surface below Watch for partially submerged sandbars IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU!
BOATING SAFETY Wear a PFD No Alcohol Safe Boating Course Float Plan Severe Weather MANAGE THE RISKS
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