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Commanding General, USACRC

Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Farnsworth

Commanding General, USACRC

Brigadier General Jeffrey A. Farnsworth was raised in Vergennes, Vermont. He was commissioned into the Army Corps of Engineers in 1986 after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Norwich University, the oldest private military college in the United States. BG Farnsworth assumed duties as director of Army Safety and commanding general, U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center, Fort Rucker, Ala., in August 2014. Prior to that, he served as deputy commanding general for Operations, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command, Redstone Arsenal, Ala... More

Deputy Commander, USACRC

Col. James T. Donovan

Deputy Commander, USACRC

Col. James T. Donovan is a 27-year Army Aviation veteran and graduate of Hofstra University, where he received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps. His military education includes U.S. Army... More

Command Sergeant Major, USACRC

Command Sgt. Maj.
Ernest D. Bowen, Jr.

Command Sergeant Major, USACRC

Command Sgt. Maj. Ernest D. Bowen, Jr. enlisted in the United States Army in July 1986 as an Infantryman and completed basic training and advanced individual training at Fort... More


As a field operating agency of Headquarters, Department of the Army, the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center serves as the single source of safety and occupational health information for Soldiers, DA Civilians and contractor employees across the force. While the USACRC has traditionally focused on safety since its founding during the Korean War, the organization’s mission was expanded to include occupational health in 2015 by mandate of Army leadership.

The USACRC’s Soldiers and DA civilian employees target their efforts on safety and risk management issues affecting the entire Army, from on-duty ground and aviation operations to off-duty driving and recreation, as well as job-related civilian injury prevention. Numerous online risk management tools and multimedia products are developed and refined within these focus areas annually for use by leaders, Soldiers and safety professionals in the field, including:

  • Army Readiness Assessment Program
  • Army Risk Management Information System
  • Ground Risk Assessment Tool
  • Off-Duty Safety Awareness Presentation
  • Preliminary Loss Reports
  • Travel Risk Planning System
  • Driver’s Training Toolbox
  • Range & Weapons Safety Toolbox
  • Knowledge Magazine
  • Seasonal/topical safety campaigns

In addition to its online loss prevention programs, the USACRC has sole responsibility for training the Army’s Career Program 12 SOH professionals, aviation safety officers and ground safety officers. These courses offer a robust, realistic training regimen both in classroom and hands-on at the USACRC Crash Dynamics Laboratory. The CDL is a state-of-the-art interactive facility where actual Army vehicles and aircraft replicate a number of crash scenarios to train students on accident investigation techniques, a valuable skill commanders may utilize should their units experience a mishap.

The USACRC is perhaps best known for its Centralized Accident Investigations. Teams of highly trained investigators and subject matter experts deploy worldwide at the discretion of the commanding general, USACRC, in the event of Class A accidents resulting in fatality or permanent total disability, property damage of $2 million or more, or Army aircraft reported as destroyed, missing or abandoned. Past CAIs have revealed lessons learned regarding materiel failures, environmental concerns and human factors issues, among others, leading to improved engineering and training solutions applied Army-wide.

For more information on the USACRC and the Army SOH Program, visit

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