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  • organizational and investment issues related to the national military space effort, the overall weight of effort that should be directed to space mission support, and the appropriate trade-offs between space and other mission needs in all mediums across service lines. Research in support of the study was completed in November 2002.

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  • The prevalence of common mental disorders and PTSD in the UK military: using data from a clinical interview-based study

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  • Immediate Actions a. Assess immediate situation. THINK BEFORE YOU ACT! b. Take action to protect yourself from nuclear, biological, or chemical hazards (Chapter IX). c. Seek a concealed site. d. Assess medical condition; treat as necessary (Chapter V). e. Sanitize uniform of potentially compromising information. f. Sanitize area; hide equipment you are leaving. g. Apply personal camouflage. h. Move away from concealed site, zigzag pattern recommended. i. Use terrain to advantage, communication, and concealment. j. Find a hole-up site. 2. Hole-Up-Site (Chapter I) a.

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  • The spread of democracy to amajority of the world’s states and the legit- imization of the use of force by multilateral institutions such as NATO and the UNhave been two key developments since the Second World War. In the last decade these developments have become intertwined, as multilateral forces moved from traditional peacekeeping to peace en- forcement among warring parties.

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  • This document supplies the technical appendixes for a study that describes American public opinion toward the use of military force in support of the global war on terrorism (GWOT), delineates the sources of support and opposition, and identifies potential fault lines in support. The final report is Eric V. Larson and Bogdan Savych,

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  • The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) faces a tightening budget in the coming years. Despite the lean budget years, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are expected to be a priority. Due to their usefulness for intelligence collection in irregular warfare (IW) and counterinsurgency (COIN), UAS were quickly fielded and sent to theater

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  • Substance abuse has long been an issue of concern for the U.S. population and for its military in particular. Dating as far back as the Revolutionary War, Dr. Benjamin Rush detailed the effects of alcohol on the troops. During the Civil War, addiction to opium prescribed for pain became known as the “soldier’s disease.” Drug problems in both the military and civilian sectors have intensified throughout the 20th century as the types and formulations of substances being used have increased.

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  • Following the 1999 Kosovo conflict, the Army asked RAND Arroyo Center to prepare an authoritative and detailed account of military operations with a focus on ground operations, especially Task Force Hawk. In response, the Arroyo Center delivered a classified report for use by the Army Staff and others with an interest in the Kosovo conflict. This document is an unclassified version of that report.

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  • Even before the events of September 11, 2001, threat assessments suggested that the United States should prepare to respond to terrorist attacks inside its borders. This report documents research into the use of military medical assets to support civil authorities in the aftermath of a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or conventional high expl

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  • What is the potential for a divergence in views among civilian and military elites (sometimes referred to as the civil-military gap) to undermine military effectiveness? The authors propose a five-stage analytical framework that encompasses the main areas where a civil-military gap might have an impact. Using an existing

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  • The Department of Defense strives to only use military personnel for military-essential tasks and has consistently recommended the civilianization of ever-more military functions and positions. This guidance also stems from the belief that military personnel cost more than comparable civilians. As a policy, civilianization can

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  • This report explores why, in recent decades, military fixed-wing aircraft costs have escalated beyond the rates of commonly used inflation indices, examining both economy-driven factors that the Services cannot control and customer-driven ones that they can. The authors found that this trend of cost increases is true for all types of aircraft

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  • The Department of Defense (DoD) recognizes that high-quality child care for military families impacts both readiness and retention. DoD was concerned, however, that the child-care demand formula it uses may not be addressing all relevant aspects of child-care need. As such, the Office of the Secretary of Defense asked the

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  • Military specification gantries, hoist, portable (shop type) is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense. It includes scope and classification, applicable documents; MIL-G-28673C.

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  • Records show the use of wheels from 3500 BC, which illustrates our ancestors’ concern with reducing friction in translationary motion. The transportation of large stone building blocks and monuments required the know-how of frictional devices and lubricants, such as water-lubricated sleds. Figure 1.1 illustrates the use of a sledge to transport a heavy statue by Egyptians circa 1880 BC...

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  • Power electronics is an enabling technology for all electrical and electronic apparatus requiring electric power to drive. Over the past twenty years, the power electronics industry has grown tremendously. Its growth is a result from increasing demand of reliable, efficient, compact and cost effective power supplies for telecommunication, computer, and motor drive industries as well as for medical equipments and military use.

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  • Wireless networks, especially sensor (WSN) is a promising technology for monitoring and the collection of specific measures in any environment. Many applications have been imagine, in a wide range of areas such as military, commercial, biological, emergency applications of health care. A sensor is a physical component may have to perform three tasks: define a physical quantity, treat any such information, and transmit this information to sink (Kumar et al, 2008; Buford et al, 2009; Olfati-Saber et al, 2007)....

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  • In order to ensure their own leadership capability, sustainability, supportability, mobility, or survivability, modern armed forces are becoming increasingly dependent upon having a reliable supply of electrical energy. Consequently, electrochemical power sources are becoming increasingly important as a means to guarantee this reliable power supply. As this concerns quite a broad field of applications, the potential solutions using electrochemical power sources are also quite different. This article focuses on one specific sector, that of portable applications. ...

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  • Destinations in authentic (often Third World) countries are often off the beaten track. Tourists enjoy authentic experiences in places which have experienced limited tourism development. Emerging destinations in Asia, South America and Africa attract a small number of adventurous tourists who are prepared to forego their comfort in order to interact with local communities and unspoiled surroundings. Although these regions may develop at a later stage to mass tourism destinations, they need to be planned properly in order to sustain their resources.

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  • The military health system, as well as the private health care sector, has experienced rapid growth in pharmaceutical expenditures. In 2002 alone, the Department of Defense spent about $3 billion on outpatient pharmacy benefits. As part of an effort to redesign the TRICARE pharmacy benefit to save costs, the Department

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