Airmen Against Drunk Driving

The problem is both a generational discomfort with using phones to ask for help from strangers, as well as a lack of volunteers willing to be on standby for entire days and nights. This has led to airmen being left with little to no resources if they consume too much alcohol, especially in rural environments where many AF bases are, but ride-share apps have little coverage.

We have conceived of a mobile app with the following features: Safe button (arrived home), CQ/CC overview/tracking, Help button (emergency) (wingman), Gender preferences (drivers/riders), Controlled access to only DoD ID card holders, Usernames to protect identity/rank, Driver (car) map tracking, End to end encryption (Driver-Rider), Metric tracking, Driver/rider review ability, Safety training slides for all drivers/riders, Default to CQ when no DD is available.

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