Originally Posted by superair502
I super surprised they let him ride. When I was in the army we had mandatory safety briefs every time we were off work for 24 hours and had to have briefings on how to barbeque and swim in pools safely. I he is SF as so many have said thats a huge investment for him to take the not so unlikely chance of getting injured wakeboarding. Not saying I dont think that he should be able to ride but the army is a huge big brother control freak bureaucrat show. One of my friends in the army had an article 15 (which is the army form or pressing charges) against him for getting a sunburn which they cited as "damaging government property". He received the sunburn while working also... Hope Lyman experiences better leadership than I did
Haha, wow. I doubt his command is that ludicrous. Most logical commands would issue an article 15 like that. Your friend was probably breifed to wear sunscreen and chose not to.
When I was in, wakeboarding was not considered a high risk activity. I doubt they have any limitations on it.