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									                    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY TRAINING 2012
The Fort Wainwright (FWA) Installation Safety Office (ISO) will coordinate the Basic Rider Course
(BRC) and Experienced Rider Course (ERC) beginning on, or about, 1 May 2012. To register for a
course please go to the AIRS website discussed below. The FWA Motorcycle Safety Foundation
(MSF) Range Facility is located on the South Side of the Park & Sell pm the corner of Neely and
Meridian roads (West of the PFC). The first day of Basic Rider Course (BRC) is academic, students
will report to the Army Traffic Safety Training Program (ATSTP) classroom which is located in
basement (west end) of building 1001, Gaffney Road. You must be on time or risk not being allowed
to attend.

A recent change to AR 385-10 implements the Progressive Motorcycle Program (PMP) and
incorporates new changes to training requirements. They are: 1) Active Duty personnel are required
to take the Basic Riders Course (BRC) prior to riding a motorcycle on- or off-installation, on-or off-
duty, 2) Riders must then take the Experienced Riders Course (ERC) within one year of taking the
BRC, 3) If you are deployed more than 180 days must take the Motorcycle Refresher Training (MRT)
prior to riding your motorcycle. MRT is provided by a Unit Trainer. Please contact your Unit
Motorcycle Mentor or Unit Motorcycle Program Manager.

If you have been previously received BRC, ERC or MSRC you have until 1 OCT 2012 to take the
ERC to be in compliance with regulatory changes. Once you receive ERC your training is valid for
three years. Additional requirements may require you to retake the ERC, prior to your three year
period. They are: 1) major geographical change in location, or 2) purchase of a larger type
motorcycle.

Registration for the BRC or ERC is located at https://apps.imcom.army.mil/AIRS/login.aspx Region:
Pacific --- Garrison: Ft Wainwright --- Course: Basic or Experienced --- then click on the desired
course date on the calendar, and sign-up for applicable course. Courses are offered on a first come,
first serve priority. Registrations are dated and time stamped on the website.

Due to regulatory changes and contract restrictions Fort Wainwright may only offer PMP to Active
Duty Army, National Guard, or Reserve personnel.

Contact the Fort Wainwright Police Department for information regarding installation access
requirements for AD members, dependants, retired military and guests.

For additional information please contact:

Mr. Timothy P. Mayhak
Installation Safety Office
Building 1051, Ste #4
Fort Wainwright, Alaska
907-353-7083
       Or
timothy.p.mayhak.civ@mail.mil

								
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