Accession Number : AD0286515

Title :   CONSIDERATION OF AIRCRAFT AS EMERGENCY SHELTERS

Corporate Author : ARCTIC AEROMEDICAL LAB FORT WAINWRIGHT ALASKA

Personal Author(s) : BARNETT,PAUL W.

Report Date : JUN 1962

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : AD-286 516 IV ! U (TISTB/LMH O PRICE $2.60A RCTIC Aeromedical Lab., Fort Wainwright, Alaska. MILI ARY SM LL GROUP PERFORMANCE UNDER ISOLATION AND TRES . CRITIC L REVIEW. III. ENVIRONMEN AL STRESS AND BEHAVIOR ECOLOGY by . R. Br un and S. B. Sells. Ju e 62, 23p. 50 ref (R EP NO L-TDR- -3 ) Proj. 8243-11; In cooperation with Texas Christian U., Fort Wor h Contract AF $!(657)323) Unclassifie report DESCRIPTOR : * edical rese rch, *Ecology, *S ress (P SYC OLOGY A RCTIC REGIONS, Exposure, Separation ILITARY PSYCHO OGY, Ne ds, Be avior, Group dyn mics, Effectiveness, Motor reactions, Training, Military personnel Identifiers: Motivatio critical r rc r vi of b havioral eff c of isolation, cold, d g r l r with particul r r f r ce to Aircraft Co rol R ING SIT IN Alaska. Enviro l s res oe not ppe r s a major thr t to adjustment of troops stationed at Aircraft Control and Warning sites. Human e gi eri g has contributed greatly to the comfortization an control of the vironment, and there app ar to be ide differ nc be w e conditions of t e are d conditions of the specific work and living viro men xcep i c s of e erg ncy. The possibility of such erge ci y b a r but f have occurred. The positive values of motivation, training, and group dynamics (including leadership) as factors which offset the di organizing effects of e viron n al s re s are pointed out. (Author)

Descriptors :   *AIRCRAFT, *AVIATION ACCIDENTS, *FUSELAGES, *SURVIVAL(PERSONNEL), EXPOSURE(PHYSIOLOGY), FEASIBILITY STUDIES, HEATERS, HEATING, POLAR REGIONS, TEMPERATURE

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