Summer is officially here, at least according to the podcast crew now that Memorial Day weekend has come and gone. With that in mind, the Army Substance Abuse Program has kicked off it's KISS (Keep It a Safe Summer) campaign, and the crew discusses places to go and things to do now that the 100-mile limit to travel for Soldiers has been lifted. The crew took advantage of their four-day weekend to travel some, and Fort Hood Sentinel (Standing Watch Since 1942) Living Editor Stephanie Salmon did, too, as she shares a ghost story from a haunted hotel in South Texas featured in this week's newspaper.

The crew:
- Dave Larsen, Fort Hood Public Affairs
- SFC Kelvin Ringold, 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command
- SGT Melissa Lessard, 504th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade (MIA this week)
- SPC Brianna Doo, 1st Cavalry Division Band

- Blair Dupre, Fort Hood Sentinel Sports/Leisure Editor
- Ulysses Gary, Prevention Coordinator, Fort Hood Army Substance Abuse Program
- Stephanie Salmon (like the fish), Fort Hood Sentinel Living Editor
- Samantha Farlow, Fort Hood Public Affairs

Music provided with expressed written permission by the following artists:

Will Courtney (http://www.willcourtneymusic)

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