Part 1: SFC Schuler describes being off duty and seeing Soldiers "downtown." One night he and a fellow NCO observed a Soldier from their unit. The first time they saw him they said 'Hi' and moved on. They saw him at the end of the night and observed that he was extremely drunk and heading toward his car.
Part 2: SFC Schuler decides to help the Soldier by taking his keys and driving him home. He discusses how important it is to act in a situation like this. He also talks about what might have happened if he'd done nothing, and the different ways to take action in a situation like this (calling a cab versus driving the Soldier home, etc.) He shares what motivates him as a Soldier and an NCO.