Accession Number : ADA332719
Title : Soldier Physiological Monitoring - Results of Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab Concept Experimentation Program Field Study
Descriptive Note : Technical rept
Corporate Author : ARMY RESEARCH INST OF ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE NATICK MA
Personal Author(s) : Hoyt, Reed W. ; Buller, Mark ; Redin, Maria S. ; Poor, Robert D. ; Oliver, Steven R.
PDF Url : ADA332719
Report Date : NOV 1997
Pagination or Media Count : 45
Abstract : Soldier volunteers were studied over four days of training at Ft. Benning, Georgia, using new ambulatory monitors. This report focuses on the 20 km road march performed on the first day. Study objectives: (a) define baseline requirements for physiological monitoring of individual soldiers for force management, (b) use prototype ambulatory monitoring systems to record the physiological responses of soldiers during field training, and (c) address operational issues and criteria raised in the original Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab CEP proposal.
Descriptors : *ARMY PERSONNEL, *PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS, DATA BASES, TEMPERATURE, TRAINING, MONITORING, VOLUNTEERS, FIELD TESTS, BASE LINES, RESPONSE(BIOLOGY), GEORGIA, HEAT STRESS(PHYSIOLOGY).
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Medicine and Medical Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE