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  1. Army Programs: Army Energy Program

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    1997-02-03

    the Energy Program. o Expands the responsibilities of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management (para 1-4). o Includes ridesharing as...not been highlighted. Summary. This regulation establishes poli- cies, procedures, and responsibilities for the Army Energy Program. Applicability ...Energy Technology Service (FETS) • 3–13, page 6 Energy Surveys • 3–14, page 6 Army Energy Awareness Seminars • 3–15, page 6 Army ridesharing • 3–16

  2. Strategic Planning for Irwin Army Community Hospital: The Assessment and Implementation of Services, in Order to Meet Fort Riley's Increasing Population

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    Besser, Christopher S

    2008-01-01

    ... that is significantly increasing in size yet with the same physical support structure. The purpose of this research is to develop a strategic plan to determine an optimal "mix" of services for Irwin Army Community Hospital (IACH...

  3. Administration: Army Congressional Fellowship Program

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    2000-01-01

    This printing publishes a new Army Regulation. This regulation presents the policies and procedures under which the Army manages the Army Congressional Fellowship Program and supplements applicable Department...

  4. The Army Study Program, FY 1982.

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    1982-05-31

    ARMY COMMAND AND CONTROL MASTER PLAN TRADOC IN-HOUSE DA700359 *ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM- MOBA /MOUT TRADOC IN-HOUSE DACG9534 *ARMY MODEL...3 IN-HOUSE 8102553 *ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM- MOBA /MOUT 3 IN-HOUSE 8112536 DAOG9534 *ARMY STRATEGIC BALLISTIC MISSILE 5 BOTH 8202738 .40 DEFENSE...WORKING PARTY/TRAINING DEVELOPMENT WORK *ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM- MOBA /MOUT TRADOC IN-HOUSE DAOG9534 *ARMY MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM-CASTFOREM

  5. Army Hearing Program Status Report Quarter 2 Fiscal Year 2017

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    2017-07-01

    U.S. Army Publ ic Heal th Center Army Hearing Program Status Report Q2 FY17 Clinical Public Health and Epidemiology Directorate Army...Hearing Division General Medical: 500A July 2017 Approved for public release; distribution unlimited Army Hearing Program Status Report, Q2FY17...56               INTRODUCTION The Army Hearing Program Status Report (AHPSR) is a component of the Public Health

  6. Army Hearing Program Status Report Quarter 3 Fiscal Year 2017

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    2017-09-14

    U.S. Army Publ ic Heal th Center Army Hearing Program Status Report Q3 FY17 Clinical Public Health and Epidemiology Directorate Army...Hearing Division General Medical: 500A September 2017 Approved for public release; distribution unlimited Army Hearing Program Status Report... Program Status Report (AHPSR) is a component of the Public Health Management System and provides a means for the installation Hearing Program Managers

  7. Army's "look for xylitol first" program.

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    Richter, Pamila; Chaffin, Jeffrey

    2004-01-01

    Xylitol is a sugar substitute not well known in the United States. This sugar substitute is not only low in calories but can also help prevent dental caries. The U.S. Army Dental Command's Health Promotion Program is constantly seeking additional prevention measures to enhance the oral health of America's Army. The Dental Command has created the "Look for Xylitol First" initiative aimed at training all members of the dental care team on the positive benefits of xylitol and to teach patients how to be smart consumers and evaluate products for their xylitol content.

  8. Army Hearing Program Talking Points Calendar Year 2016

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    2017-09-12

    Reserve ARMY HEARING PROGRAM TALKING POINTS CALENDAR YEAR 2016 TIP No. 51-065-0817 2 BACKGROUND Hearing health in the Army has improved...eliminated. The Army Hearing Program continually evolves to address hearing health challenges, and maintains the momentum to build iteratively upon...previous success. The Army Hearing Program traces its origins to the late 1960s with the accession of 11 uniformed audiologists. The need for

  9. Fort Irwin integrated resource assessment. Volume 3: Sitewide Energy Project identification for buildings and facilities

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    Keller, J.M.; Dittmer, A.L.; Elliott, D.B.; McMordie, K.L.; Richman, E.E.; Stucky, D.J.; Wahlstrom, R.R.; Hadley, D.L.

    1995-02-01

    The U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) has tasked the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP), supported by the Pacific Northwest Laboratory, to identify, evaluate, and assist in acquiring all cost-effective energy projects at Fort Irwin. This is part of a model program that PNL is designing to support energy-use decisions in the federal sector. This report provides the results of the fossil fuel and electric energy resource opportunity (ERO) assessments performed by PNL at the FORSCOM Fort Irwin facility located near Barstow, California. It is a companion report to Volume 1, Executive Summary, and Volume 2, Baseline Detail. The results of the analyses of EROs are presented in 16 common energy end-use categories (e.g., boilers and furnaces, service hot water, and building lighting). A narrative description of each ERO is provided, along with a table detailing information on the installed cost, energy and dollar savings; impacts on operations and maintenance (O&M); and, when applicable, a discussion of energy supply and demand, energy security, and environmental issues. A description of the evaluation methodologies and technical and cost assumptions is also provided for each ERO. Summary tables present the cost-effectiveness of energy end-use equipment before and after the implementation of each ERO and present the results of the life-cycle cost (LCC) analysis indicating the net present valve (NPV) and savings-to-investment ratio (SIR) of each ERO.

  10. How Funding Instability Affects Army Programs

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    2007-01-01

    important contributions to the conduct and reporting of this work. Lauri Zeman guided this work from the start. Fran Lussier worked to get the project...Table 1.1 reflect plans at Mile - stone B. The third column provides the date of Milestone B, which occurred after 1985 for 17 of the 18 programs. That...following the intensive Mile - stone B review conducted within the Army and OSD. Increased fund- ing was slightly more common than reductions in

  11. Personnel-General: Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

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    2001-10-01

    civilians. c. All urine specimens will be forwarded to the supporting FTDTL. d. Illicit use of anabolic steroids by military members is recognized as an...Army Regulation 600–85 Personnel—General Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 1 October 2001...Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Contract Number Grant Number Program Element Number Author(s) Project Number Task Number Work Unit Number

  12. The Army Family Team Building Program: Facilitating a Transformative Learning Process--An Intrinsic Case Study

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    Gall, Joseph A.

    2009-01-01

    This study sought to understand how the Army Family Team Building program influences self-reliance and self-sufficiency in Army spouses as they integrate into the Army community. The purpose of the Army Family Team Building program is to empower Army spouses with knowledge and skills, which foster well-being and improve quality of life. The…

  13. Army Hearing Program Talking Points Calendar Year 2015

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    2016-12-14

    Year 2015 (CY15) were included in the analysis. Information is broken out by Service component and will be updated quarterly. TOTAL ARMY...POINTS CALENDAR YEAR 2015 TIP No. 51-065-1216 2 BACKGROUND The Army Hearing Program traces its origins to the late 1960s with the accession

  14. An Assessment of Drug Education-Prevention Programs in the U. S. Army. Army Research Institute Technical Paper 261.

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    Cook, Royer F.; Morton, Anton S.

    In recent years the Army has been concerned about the widespread use of psychoactive drugs by all classes of young people and the effects of this use on the Army. In order to curb this use among soldiers the Army initiated a comprehensive program to prevent and control the abuse of alcohol and drugs. Prevention was considered to include education,…

  15. The US Army Medical Department Email Teleconsultation Program.

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    Lappan, Charles M

    2016-01-01

    The US Army Surgeon General authorized the formation of an email based teleconsultation program in 2004 to support deployed healthcare providers in Iraq and Afghanistan. The program, which began its 12th year of operation in April 2015, was originally viewed as a temporary solution until a robust system was fielded. Although future of the program as a going concern has not been determined, there is the possibility it could be incorprated into the critical care consultation program managed at an Army Medical Center.

  16. Developing Resilience Through the Modern Army Combatives Program

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    2014-05-22

    black belt.70 Testing includes vocabulary , general information and history, and technical 64United States Army Combatives School, Intermediate Rules Test...Realism is the, “realistic mastery of the possible, having realistic outcome expectations, self-esteem and self-worth, confidence, self-efficacy...sustainment training.142 The Modern Army Combatives Program requires sustainment training that helps develop mastery . The final difference is a

  17. Increased Suicides in the United States Army: Improving the Effectiveness of the US Army’s Suicide Prevention Program

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    2013-06-14

    Army should be assuming more innovative tactics with those that are committing most of the suicides - Soldiers in their late teens and twenties. “We’re...INCREASED SUICIDES IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY: IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE US...ARMY’S SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in partial fulfillment

  18. Personnel-General: Army Substance Abuse Program Civilian Services

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    2001-10-15

    health activity, the child protective Case Management Team, Army Community Services, schools) or other family members. c. Referred family members will be...of osteopathy ) responsible for receiving laboratory results generated by an employer’s drug testing program, and who has knowledge of substance abuse

  19. A Critical Analysis of Attribute Development Programs for Army Leaders

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    2016-06-10

    consisting of books, articles, web sites, mission statements, program descriptions, and policies approved for public release. Attribute coverage of each...H. Jaycox, Invisible Wounds of War Psychological and Cognitive Injuries, their Consequences, and Services to Assist Recovery (Santa Monica, CA...methods:113 1. Online assessment and self-development training through the Army Fit web site. 112

  20. Cost effectiveness of two army physical fitness programs.

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    Talbot, Laura A; Metter, E Jeffrey; Fleg, Jerome L; Weinstein, Ali A; Frick, Kevin D

    2013-12-01

    Repeated failure in the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) is associated with lower fitness level, premature discharge, and significant career disruption, at high economic and health costs to the individual soldier and the U.S. Army. We used cost-effectiveness analysis to estimate the health and economic implications of two exercise interventions for Army National Guard (ARNG) soldiers who had failed the APFT, a traditional remediation program and a new pedometer-based program called Fitness for Life, involving individual counseling and follow-up telephone calls. Effectiveness of the interventions was analyzed in terms of APFT pass rates and calculated 10-year coronary heart disease risk. Costs were calculated based on tracking of resources used in the programs. APFT pass rates were 54.3% and 47.9%, respectively, for traditional and Fitness for Life programs, p = not significant. Neither program affected 10-year coronary heart disease risk. For assumed APFT pass rates up to 40% without any formal remediation, both the traditional remediation program and the ARNG Fitness for Life intervention had cost savings without significant group differences. Depending on the ARNG unit and personnel preference, although the Fitness for Life Program was more expensive and thus less cost-effective, either program could be cost-effective and of benefit to the military. Reprint & Copyright © 2013 Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.

  1. The Army Racial Awareness Program: A Case Study of Program Impact on Personal Values. Special Report

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    Vaughan, Michael R.; Kriner, Richard E.

    The effects of two forms of presentation of the Army Racial Awareness Program (RAP) on the personal values of equality and freedom were assessed. Subjects were Army personnel assigned to RAP at Fort Meade, Md. The research instrument was the Rokeach Value Survey, in pretest-posttest administrations. Results suggested that the official RAP…

  2. Applications of band ratioing at Fort Irwin, California

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    Taylor, Alexander Wright

    This dissertation describes the results of two projects that demonstrate the power of band ratioing of remote sensing data. The first method, Band Ratio Differencing (BRD), challenges the more traditional techniques for detecting environmental disturbance of the surface in and terrains. These traditional techniques are inadequate because they cannot identify the nature of the change (physical, chemical, biological) or the processes (natural, anthropogenic) involved in causing the change. In contrast, BRD of Landsat TM data has the advantage of providing information about changes in the composition of alluvial surfaces. These compositional changes, when combined with empirical field data provides insight into the specific causes and effects of environmental change. BRD was applied at Fort Irwin, California, the U.S. Army's National Training Center (NTC) for desert warfare. Two dates of Landsat TM imagery (1985 and 1995) were acquired and BRD applied. A total of 514.5 square kilometers, or 42% of the alluvial surface at Fort Irwin has been affected by off road vehicular traffic. Two major types of change were identified: Disturbed Alluvial Surface and Continuous Dust Mantle, which can be further subdivided into six separate classes of change, related to either the cause or the effect of the disturbance. Hyperspectral Assisted Mapping (HAM) was developed as an alternative to Spectral Signature Mapping (SSM) techniques typically applied to AVIRIS hyperspectral data. Our analysis suggests that SSM-based techniques when applied to AVIRIS provide little to no additional information about sedimentary and igneous rocks. This is because many rock forming minerals of sedimentary and igneous rocks possess little to no diagnostic spectral absorption features in the range measured by the AVIRIS sensor. The HAM method integrates the geornorphic information provided by a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and the lithologic discrimination, but not identification, provided by

  3. Army Hearing Program Status Report Quarter 1 Fiscal Year 2017

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    2017-03-27

    hearing illness and injury. For Q1FY17, an average of 4 Civilian (CIV) and 17 military (MIL) recordable hearing losses were reported by the Defense...Army Hearing Program Status Report, Q1FY17 March 2017 5 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reportable hearing loss is...Civilian and military occupational illness/injuries. Based upon the determination of work-relatedness, not all individuals flagged by the DOEHRS- HC will

  4. International Affairs Programs: The Air Force Versus the Army

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    2015-10-01

    AU/ACSC/2015 AIR COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE AIR UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS PROGRAMS: THE AIR FORCE VERSUS THE ARMY by Robin L...Doss, thank you for reading my paper and providing encouragement through the whole process of Air Command and Staff College , I am honored by your... friendship . Most importantly, I thank my family. To Dad who always says I can do anything; I just have to believe I can. I am grateful for the

  5. The Death of Steve Irwin and Its Controversy

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    Rohman, Arif

    2014-01-01

    Steve Irwin occupied a special place in the Australian psyche which was shown by the extraordinary reaction to his death. Those who admired Irwin as a hero called him a wildlife warrior because of his skills and bravery in taking care of many animals, especially crocodiles. He also received made a good impression as a celebrity and conservationist for with his masculinity, enthusiasm and spirit to promote the wild animals’ conservation. Like any romantic stories story, Irwin died as a hero do...

  6. CHDS Launches Army National Guard Certificate Program

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    Center for Homeland Defense and Security

    2007-01-01

    Center for Homeland Defense and Security, PRESS RELEASES The Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS) has launched a certificate program in Homeland Defense and Security (HD/S) specifically for the National Guard (NG). The...

  7. Review and Evaluation Criteria for Management of the Army Foreign Military Sales Program

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    Miller, John

    1976-01-01

    .... Army's Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Current and planned reporting and Management Information Systems used for FMS management were reviewed and recommendations made for the use of a Series of customer satisfaction and program magnitude...

  8. Water-resources and land-surface deformation evaluation studies at Fort Irwin National Training Center, Mojave Desert, California

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    Densmore-Judy, Jill; Dishart, Justine E.; Miller, David; Buesch, David C.; Ball, Lyndsay B.; Bedrosian, Paul A.; Woolfenden, Linda R.; Cromwell, Geoffrey; Burgess, Matthew K.; Nawikas, Joseph; O'Leary, David; Kjos, Adam; Sneed, Michelle; Brandt, Justin

    2017-01-01

    The U.S. Army Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC), in the Mojave Desert, obtains all of its potable water supply from three groundwater basins (Irwin, Langford, and Bicycle) within the NTC boundaries (fig. 1; California Department of Water Resources, 2003). Because of increasing water demands at the NTC, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the U.S. Army, completed several studies to evaluate water resources in the developed and undeveloped groundwater basins underlying the NTC. In all of the developed basins, groundwater withdrawals exceed natural recharge, resulting in water-level declines. However, artificial recharge of treated wastewater has had some success in offsetting water-level declines in Irwin Basin. Additionally, localized water-quality changes have occurred in some parts of Irwin Basin as a result of human activities (i.e., wastewater disposal practices, landscape irrigation, and/or leaking pipes). As part of the multi-faceted NTC-wide studies, traditional datacollection methods were used and include lithological and geophysical logging at newly drilled boreholes, hydrologic data collection (i.e. water-level, water-quality, aquifer tests, wellbore flow). Because these data cover a small portion of the 1,177 square-mile (mi2 ) NTC, regional mapping, including geologic, gravity, aeromagnetic, and InSAR, also were done. In addition, ground and airborne electromagnetic surveys were completed and analyzed to provide more detailed subsurface information on a regional, base-wide scale. The traditional and regional ground and airborne data are being analyzed and will be used to help develop preliminary hydrogeologic framework and groundwater-flow models in all basins. This report is intended to provide an overview of recent water-resources and land-surface deformation studies at the NTC.

  9. An Assessment of Drug Education-Prevention Programs in the U.S. Army

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    1975-01-01

    Marijuana 42.7 Other Psychedelic drugs 29.4 Stimulants 28.0 Narcotics 20.1 NoH, Orafrom Fithw, A. IBM DOO wrvty o< drug uw. Alaxandrl«, Va.: Human...AD/A-003 308 AN ASSESSMENT OF DRUG EDUCATI ON - PRE- VENTION PROGRAMS IN THE U.S. ARMY Royer F. Cook, et al Arthur D. Little...ASSESSMENT OF DRUG EDUCATION-PREVENTION PROGRAMS IN THE U. S. ARMY 7. AuTHonr«; Royer F. Cook, Army Research Institute, and Anton S. Morton

  10. The U.S. Army’s LHX (Light Helicopter Family) Program.

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    1984-12-01

    this report are those of the Ad Hoc Study Group ( AHSG ) on the Army’s LHX Program and do not neces- sarily represent the official position of the U. S...VHSIC I, VHSIC II, and Software 29 14. Attachments 34 A. Terms of Reference for the Study 35 B. AHSG Membership 37 C. Army Advisors and Staff 38...constituted an AHSG to study, analyze, and make recommendations on a limited number of critical issues related to the Army’s LHX aircraft program. The

  11. Irwin L. Goldstein (1937-2013).

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    Schneider, Benjamin

    2014-01-01

    Irwin L. Goldstein-known as Irv by everyone-was born in New York City on October 4, 1937 and died on March 18, 2013. Irv loved ideas, especially good theoretical ideas that had practical applications. He was both a scholar and a practitioner of industrial psychology. At various times, he was associate editor of both the Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Factors, and his very influential book Training in Organizations (1974) went through four editions. The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) benefited enormously from his efforts on its behalf. If you chatted with Irv about any of his administrative positions, but especially about this last one, you would hear how much he felt, once again, that he was learning and how excited he was about what was actually possible in higher education. Irv retired from this position in 2012. In his many academic administrative roles, Irv was a mentor to all-graduate students, faculty, department chairs, and deans as well. Irv had had excellent role models to work from, and he cared for excellence and hard work-always with a twinkle in his eyes. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2014 APA, all rights reserved.

  12. Preliminary assessment report for Army Aviation Support Facility No. 3, Installation 13307, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, Georgia. Installation Restoration Program

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    Kolpa, R.; Smith, K.

    1993-07-01

    This report presents the results of the preliminary assessment (PA) conducted by Argonne National Laboratory at the Georgia Army National Guard property located on Hunter Army Airfield (HAA) near Savannah, Georgia, known as Army Aviation Support Facility (AASF) No. 3. Preliminary assessments of federal facilities are being conducted to compile the information necessary for completing preremedial activities and to provide a basis for establishing corrective actions in response to releases of hazardous substances. The principal objective of the PA is to characterize the site accurately and determine the need for further action by examining site activities, types and quantities of hazardous substances utilized, the nature and amounts of wastes generated or stored at the facility, and potential pathways by which contamination could affect public health and the environment. This PA satisfies, for the AASF No. 3 property, requirements of the Department of Defense Installation Restoration Program (IRP). The scope of this assessment is limited to the facilities and past activities contained within the area now occupied by AASF No. 3. However, this assessment report is intended to be read in conjunction with a previous IRP assessment of HAA completed in 1992 (USATHAMA 1992) and to provide comprehensive information on AASF No. 3 for incorporation with information contained in that previous assessment for the entirety of HAA.

  13. A Survey of Language Classes in the Army Specialized Training Program.

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    Agard, Frederick B.; And Others

    A survey, involving visits to the 44 institutions offering the Army Specialized Training Program's (ASTP) Foreign Area and Language Study Curriculum, provides information on program structure, faculty organization, student requirements, instructional procedures for presenting language skills and grammar, instructional aids, and the result achieved…

  14. EEASA members opinion survey | Irwin | Southern African Journal of ...

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    Southern African Journal of Environmental Education. Journal Home · ABOUT · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 9 (1988) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. EEASA members opinion survey. Pat Irwin. Abstract.

  15. The History of Ethics (and Natural Law by Terence Irwin

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    Rafael Ramis Barceló

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available This Review-Article tries to explain and contextualize the magnificent The Development of Ethics by Terence Irwin. It is a historiographical achievement in History of Ethics and this paper tries to present it to Spanish scholars. It is also a discussion of the main points of this work

  16. Army Contract Writing System (ACWS)

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    2016-03-01

    2016 Major Automated Information System Annual Report Army Contract Writing System (ACWS) Defense Acquisition Management Information Retrieval...Program Information Program Name Army Contract Writing System (ACWS) DoD Component Army Responsible Office Program Manager References MAIS...UNCLASSIFIED 4 Program Description The Army Contract Writing System (ACWS) will be the Army’s single, next-generation, enterprise-wide contract writing

  17. Making Improvements to The Army Distributed Learning Program

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    2012-01-01

    Return on Investment SAT Systems Approach to Training SCORM Sharable Content Object Reference Model SF Special Forces SLC Senior Leader Course SME Subject... SLC ), and SSD4 the Sergeants Major Course. SSD5 will be after the Sergeants Major Course. As a part of the NCOES transformation plan, 8 U.S. Army...course for E7s was previously titled the “Advanced NCO Course” (ANCOC) and taught E7 tasks and skills. at course is now the SLC ; under the

  18. Study of Factors Related to Army Delayed-Entry Program Attrition

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    Zimmerman, Ray A.; Zimmerman, Dona C.; Lathrop, Mary Ellen

    1985-01-01

    The views, opinions, and findings in this report are those of the authors and should not be construed as an official Department of the Army position, policy, or decision, unless so designated by other documents. Research and Studies Division Program Analysis and Evaluation Directorate Fort Sheridan, Illinois 60037 http://archive.org/details/studyoffactorsre55zimm

  19. A Cost Analysis Model for Army Sponsored Graduate Dental Education Programs.

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    1997-04-01

    Surgery Pediatric Dentistry Oral Pathology Prosthodontics Comprehensive Dentistry Orthodontics Public Health Dentistry Table 1: Army and...remaining pediatric dentistry and orthodontic training programs at Ft. Meade in 1995. In FY 98, however, in a partnership with the US Air Force at... pediatric dentistry , orthodontics, oral pathology, and public health dentistry. The ADCS now obtains this low density required specialty training by

  20. An Assessment of Alcohol and Drug Education/Prevention Programs in the United States Army

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    1973-12-01

    paraphernalia such as exotic pipes, black lights, psychedelic posters, and the like. These elements of the drug culture must be considered when one...Research ProbI~t • KI•773-3 ,’AN_ ASSESSMENIT OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG - EDUCATIONP/ EVENTIOON PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY. 0t -.. -’. "--,’- D D...Research Problen Review 73-3 AN ASSFSSKT 0F. ALCOUOL AND DRUG E1XVCATION/ PREVENTI CI PROGR•M IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY Anton S. Nortogi Arthur D

  1. The Tripler Army Medical Center LEAN Program: a healthy lifestyle model for the treatment of obesity.

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    James, L C; Folen, R A; Garland, F N; Edwards, C; Noce, M; Gohdes, D; Williams, D; Bowles, S; Kellar, M A; Supplee, E

    1997-05-01

    This paper provides an overview of the Tripler Army Medical Center LEAN Program for the treatment of obesity, hypercholesterolemia, and essential hypertension. The LEAN Program, a multi-disciplinary prevention program, emphasizes healthy Lifestyles, Exercise and Emotions, Attitudes, and Nutrition for active duty service members. The treatment model offers a medically healthy, emotionally safe, and reasonable, low-intensity exercise program to facilitate weight loss. We will discuss the philosophy behind the LEAN Program and the major components. Thereafter, we will briefly discuss the preliminary results.

  2. The Army Family Research Program: Origin, Purpose, and Accomplishments

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    1991-04-01

    programs and services such as career planning, employment skills training, or premarital counseling in addition to crisis management programs and...of officers fits a different pattern depending on the sex of the officer and their marital status at entry (Rakoff and Doherty, 1989). AFRP

  3. The analysis of 74 years of rainfall recorded by the Irwins on two ...

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    The analysis of 74 years of rainfall recorded by the Irwins on two farms south of Potchefstroom: technical note. SD Lynch, JT Zulu, KN King, DM Knoesen. Abstract. Rainfall records for three rain gauges on the farm Limerick and three rain gauges on the farm Mealielands were recorded from 1924 until 1999 by Mr DJ Irwin ...

  4. Collaboration Practices: An Analysis Within an Army Acquisition Program Office

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    2014-03-01

    8, DASC, TPO , PEO Sensor, PEO Platform, various platform Product Management Offices, contracting staff, and systems integrators. Please take this...Questions: 1) Who is involved in the Sensor Stakeholder Community? a) Program Management Office b) HQDA G-3/5/7 c) HQDA G-8, DASC d) TPO e) PEO Sensor

  5. National Training Center Fort Irwin expansion area aquatic resources survey

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    Cushing, C.E.; Mueller, R.P.

    1996-02-01

    Biologists from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) were requested by personnel from Fort Irwin to conduct a biological reconnaissance of the Avawatz Mountains northeast of Fort Irwin, an area for proposed expansion of the Fort. Surveys of vegetation, small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and aquatic resources were conducted during 1995 to characterize the populations and habitats present with emphasis on determining the presence of any species of special concern. This report presents a description of the sites sampled, a list of the organisms found and identified, and a discussion of relative abundance. Taxonomic identifications were done to the lowest level possible commensurate with determining the status of the taxa relative to its possible listing as a threatened, endangered, or candidate species. Consultation with taxonomic experts was undertaken for the Coleoptera ahd Hemiptera. In addition to listing the macroinvertebrates found, the authors also present a discussion related to the possible presence of any threatened or endangered species or species of concern found in Sheep Creek Springs, Tin Cabin Springs, and the Amargosa River.

  6. Why Army Program Managers Struggle As Life Cycle Managers: A Study of the PM’s Roles, Responsibilities, and Barriers In the Execution of Operations and Support

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    2016-09-01

    SUBTITLE WHY ARMY PROGRAM MANAGERS STRUGGLE AS LIFE CYCLE MANAGERS : A STUDY OF THE PM’S ROLES , RESPONSIBILITIES, AND BARRIERS IN THE EXECUTION OF...unlimited. WHY ARMY PROGRAM MANAGERS STRUGGLE AS LIFE CYCLE MANAGERS : A STUDY OF THE PM’S ROLES , RESPONSIBILITIES, AND BARRIERS IN THE EXECUTION OF...PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK v WHY ARMY PROGRAM MANAGERS STRUGGLE AS LIFE CYCLE MANAGERS : A STUDY OF THE PM’S ROLES , RESPONSIBILITIES, AND

  7. The Army Social Work Internship Program: training today's uniformed social worker.

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    Howard, Reginald W

    2014-01-01

    Uniformed social workers are involved in ensuring the well-being of Soldiers and their families during peace and war. The Army Medical Department Center and School is charged with the educational development of uniformed social workers. This article focuses on a relatively new approach to preparing social work officers for their dual role of providing garrison and operational behavioral health services to Soldiers and families. In the 4 years since implementation, this 2-year training program has become the model for the professional development of new uniformed social work graduates.

  8. ERTS program of the US Army Corps of Engineers. [water resources

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    Jarman, J. W.

    1974-01-01

    The Army Corps of Engineers research and development efforts associated with the ERTS Program are confined to applications of investigation, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of water resource projects. Problems investigated covered: (1) resource inventory; (2) environmental impact; (3) pollution monitoring; (4) water circulation; (5) sediment transport; (6) data collection systems; (7) engineering; and (8) model verification. These problem areas were investigated in relation to bays, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, coasts, and regions. ERTS-1 imagery has been extremely valuable in developing techniques and is now being used in everyday applications.

  9. Review of 'Education in Parapsychology: Student and Instructor Perspectives' by Harvey Irwin

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    Roe, Chris A

    2014-01-01

    Book review of Education in Parapsychology: Student and Instructor Perspectives by Harvey Irwin. Foreword by Nancy\\ud Zingrone. Gladesville, NSW, Australia: AIPR Mongraphs, 2013. Pp xv + 106. (paperback). ISBN 9780987077219.

  10. Extreme conditioning programs and injury risk in a US Army Brigade Combat Team.

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    Grier, Tyson; Canham-Chervak, Michelle; McNulty, Vancil; Jones, Bruce H

    2013-01-01

    Brigades and battalions throughout the US Army are currently implementing a variety of exercise and conditioning programs with greater focus on preparation for mission-specific tasks. An Army physical therapy clinic working with a light infantry brigade developed the Advanced Tactical Athlete Conditioning (ATAC) program. The ATAC program is a unique physical training program consisting of high-intensity aquatic exercises, tactical agility circuits, combat core conditioning, and interval speed training. Along with ATAC, battalions have also incorporated components of fitness programs such as the Ranger Athlete Warrior program and CrossFit (Crossfit, Inc, Santa Monica, CA) an extreme conditioning program (ECP). To determine if these new programs (ATAC, ECP) had an effect on injury rates and physical fitness. Surveys were administered to collect personal characteristics, tobacco use, personal physical fitness training, Army physical fitness test results, and self-reported injuries. Medical record injury data were obtained 6 months before and 6 months after the implementation of the new program. Predictors of injury risk were assessed using multivariate logistic regression. Odds ratios (OR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) were reported. Injury incidence among Soldiers increased 12% for overall injuries and 16% for overuse injuries after the implementation of the ATAC/ECPs. However, injury incidence among Soldiers not participating in ATAC/ECPs also increased 14% for overall injuries and 10% for overuse injuries. Risk factors associated with higher injury risk for Soldiers participating in ATAC/ECPs included: greater mileage run per week during unit physical training (OR (>16 miles per week÷≤7 miles per week)=2.24, 95% CI, 1.33-3.80); higher body mass index (BMI) (OR (BMI 25-29.9÷BMI<25)=1.77, 95% CI, 1.29-2.44), (OR (BMI =30÷BMI<25)=2.72, 95% CI, 1.67-4.43); cigarette use (OR (smoker÷nonsmoker)=1.80, 95% CI, 1.34-2.42); poor performance on the 2-mile run during

  11. Revolutionizing Army Leader Development

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    2011-03-01

    represents a tremendous gap in the Army leader development strategy and can easily be traced back to outdated personnel management models, systems and...St ra te gy R es ea rc h Pr oj ec t REVOLUTIONIZING ARMY LEADER DEVELOPMENT BY COLONEL SHAWN E. REED United States Army DISTRIBUTION...From - To) 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Revolutionizing Army Leader Development 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM

  12. MELIOS: Status report of the U.S. Army's eyesafe laser rangefinder program

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    Renairi, Richard C.; Johnson, Anthony M.

    1990-07-01

    In 1980 the Army fielded the AN/GVS-5 Nd:YAG hand held laser rangefinder. The use and widespread deployment of the AN/GVS-5 was limited due to concerns for eyesafe operation in training and forceonforce battlefield simulation scenarios. In 1983 the Arniy awarded contracts to develop 1. 54 nticron laser rangefinders to provide eyesafe operation for both training and tactical use. Following the early developmental efforts the Army awarded in 1988 a Development Production Prove Out (DPPO) contract to finalize the design and establish the system to produce thousands of these devices. The product is designated as the AN/PVS-6 Mini Eyesafe Laser Infrared Observation Set (MELIOS) . This paper summarizes the system''s history projected performance and the present status of the program. 1. THE NEED FOR A LASER RANGEFINDER There has always been a need for accurate range information in military operations. Until the advent of the laser the ability to satisfy this need was at best extremely limited. Manual rangefinding techniques include the use of maps and compasses and the estimation of distance to a target by its relative size in sighting optics. These techniques are slow difficult to master and the skills quickly erode unless constantly practiced. Studies have shown that manual range estimation techniques typically have an error of 27. Personal experience indicates that this error is usually an underestimation of the actual range to a target. It is desirable to

  13. Army Air Ambulance Blood Product Program in the Combat Zone and Challenges to Best Practices.

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    Powell-Dunford, Nicole; Quesada, Jose F; Gross, Kirby R; Shackelford, Stacy A

    2016-08-01

    Identify challenges and best practices in the development of an austere air ambulance transfusion program. A search of PubMed using combinations of the key terms 'prehospital,' 'blood product,' 'red blood cells,' 'damage control resuscitation,' 'transfusion,' 'air ambulance,' 'medical evacuation,' and 'medevac' yielded 196 articles for further analysis, with 14 articles suitable for addressing the background of prehospital transfusion within a helicopter. Retrospective analysis of unclassified briefs, after action reports, and procedures was also undertaken along with interview of subject matter experts. The initial series of 15 transfusions were discussed telephonically among flight crew, trauma surgeons, and lab specialists. Review of Joint Theater System data was readily available for 84 U.S. Army air ambulance transfusions between May-December 2012, with December marking the redeployment of the 25(th) Combat Aviation Brigade. Standardized implementation enabled safe blood product administration for 84 causalities from May-December 2012 without blood product shortage, expiration, or transfusion reaction. Challenges included developing transfusion competency, achieving high quality blood support, countering the potential for anti-U.S. sentiment, and diversity in coalition transfusion practices. Blood product administration aboard the air ambulance is logistically complex, requiring blood bank integration. Repetitive training enabled emergency medical technicians (EMTs) with basic medical training to safely perform transfusion in accordance with clinical operating guidelines. In the austere environment, logistic factors are significant challenges and political sensitivities are important considerations. Best practices may facilitate new en route transfusion programs. Powell-Dunford N, Quesada JF, Gross KR, Shackelford SA. Army air ambulance blood product program in the combat zone and challenges to best practices. Aerosp Med Hum Perform. 2016; 87(8):728-734.

  14. The Army Preposition Afloat Program: Is It a Program We Need?

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    Curl, William

    1998-01-01

    ... of most required classes. This paper addresses the evolution of the APA program, describes the current and planned APA program, discusses management of the APA, and looks critically at the value of the program in support...

  15. Improving the Future of the Army’s Future Combat Systems Program

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    2009-06-01

    suggested that the Army leadership has become addicted to video teleconferencing, which is why the Army is currently experiencing difficulty in keeping...credo that “only an all-in-one “system-of-systems” approach can ensure that all the individual gadgets work together.” However, they have become

  16. Evaluating Army Bases’ Ability to Support Maneuver Training: A Linear Programming Approach

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    1993-09-01

    Army land. Grace Bukowski , coordinator for Citizen Alert, a Nevada based coalition that monitors government land use said [Ref. 2:p. 1C]: We’re saying if...OCSA, DACS-DM(TABS) (CPT Charles Fletcher) Washington, DC 20310-0412 7. Department of the Army 1 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) ATTN: ATCS-OR USA TRADOC Fort Monroe, VA 23651 54

  17. Effects of a 7-week outdoor circuit training program on Swiss Army recruits.

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    Hofstetter, Marie-Claire; Mäder, Urs; Wyss, Thomas

    2012-12-01

    The purpose of this study was to implement an outdoor circuit training program as an addition to standard training and to examine its effects on physical fitness and injury incidence rate in Swiss Army recruits. An intervention group (standard and additional training, n = 134, 21.0 ± 1.1 years, 74.1 ± 10.0 kg, and 1.78 ± 0.1 m) and a control group (standard training only, n = 125, 20.4 ± 1.2 years, 73.3 ± 9.1 kg, and 1.78 ± 0.1 m) from the same fusilier infantry training school were compared. Physical standard training in the Swiss Army is specified to consist of 2 sessions with a total duration of at least 3 h·wk(-1). Groups of 20-50 recruits undergo these trainings in a gymnasium hall and outdoors. Standard training includes a wide range of exercises and sport activities (strength and aerobic fitness training, team sports, obstacle courses, physical fitness tests, and orienteering). The additional circuit fitness training program implemented in this study was conducted once a week for 60 minutes. It was performed outdoors and consisted of the same exercises every week (warm-up, squats, prone bridge, back and shoulder exercise, stair climbing, side bridge, single leg balance, walking on a balance beam, intermitted running, and active recovery). Volunteers' physical fitness was assessed during the first and last weeks of basic military training (7 weeks) using a standing long jump, seated 2-kg shot put, 1-leg standing test (OLS), trunk muscle strength test (TMS), and progressive endurance run (PER). Injury data were collected in medical records for the 21 weeks of military training school. The intervention group performed 1.0 session of standard training for 70.0 minutes and 1.0 session of additional outdoor circuit training for 50.0 min·wk(-1). The control group performed 1.3 sessions of standard training for a total of 70.7 min·wk(-1). After the 7-week basic military training, the intervention and the control groups showed significant improvements in OLS

  18. NASA/ARMY/BELL XV-15 Tiltrotor Low-Noise Terminal Area Operations Flight Research Program

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    Edwards, Bryan D.; Conner, David A.; Decker, William A.; Marcolini, Michael A.; Klein, Peter D.

    2001-01-01

    To evaluate the noise reduction potential for tiltrotor aircraft, a series of three XV- 15 acoustic flight tests were conducted over a five-year period by a NASA/Army/Bell Helicopter team. Lower hemispherical noise characteristics for a wide range of steady-state terminal area type operating conditions were measured during the Phase I test and indicated that the takeoff and level flight conditions were not significant contributors to the total noise of tiltrotor operations. Phase I results were also used to design low-noise approach profiles that were tested later during the Phase 2 and Phase 3 tests. These latter phases used large area microphone arrays to directly measure ground noise footprints. Approach profiles emphasized noise reduction while maintaining handling qualities sufficient for tiltrotor commercial passenger ride comfort and flight safety under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) conditions. This paper will discuss the weather, aircraft, tracking, guidance, and acoustic instrumentation systems, as well as the approach profile design philosophy, and the overall test program philosophy. Acoustic results are presented to document the variation in tiltrotor noise due to changes in operating condition, indicating the potential for significant noise reduction using the unique tiltrotor capability of nacelle tilt. Recommendations are made for a final XV-15 test to define the acoustic benefits of the automated approach capability which has recently been added to this testbed aircraft.

  19. Preliminary assessment report for Redmond Army National Guard Facility, Installation 53120, Redmond, Washington. Installation Restoration Program

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    Ketels, P.; Aggarwal, P.

    1993-08-01

    This report presents the results of the preliminary assessment (PA) conducted by Argonne National Laboratory at the Washington Army National Guard (WAARNG) property in Redmond, Washington. Preliminary assessments of federal facilities are being conducted to compile the information necessary for completing preremedial activities and to provide a basis for establishing corrective actions in response to releases of hazardous substances. The principal objective of the PA is to characterize the site accurately and determine the need for further action by examining site activities, quantities of hazardous substances present, and potential pathways by which contamination could affect public health and the environment. This PA satisfies, for the Redmond ARNG property, Phase I of the Department of Defense Installation Restoration Program. The environmentally significant operations (ESOs) associated with the property are (1) supply/storage of hazardous materials, (2) weapons cleaning, (3) the underground storage tanks (USTs), and (4) the use of herbicides. These ESOs are no longer active because of the closure of OMS 10 activities in 1988.

  20. Army Net Zero: Energy Roadmap and Program Summary, Fiscal Year 2013 (Brochure)

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    2014-08-01

    The U.S. Army (Army) partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to assess opportunities for increasing energy security through improved energy efficiency and optimized renewable energy strategies at nine installations across the Army's portfolio. Referred to as Net Zero Energy Installations (NZEIs), these projects demonstrate and validate energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies with approaches that can be replicated across DOD and other Federal agencies, setting the stage for broad market adoption. This report summarizes the results of the energy project roadmaps developed by NREL, shows the progress each installation could make in achieving Net Zero Energy by 2020, and presents lessons learned and unique challenges from each installation.

  1. Brownian motion, old and new, and Irwin's role in my academic life

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    Lindenberg, Katja

    2015-03-01

    Irwin Oppenheim's early work on Langevin equations, master equations, and Brownian motion was one of the earliest and strongest reasons for my change of direction from my PhD work in condensed matter theory to my later and lifelong interest in Brownian motion and, more broadly, statistical mechanics. I will talk about some of my most recent work on subdiffusion, a form of anomalous diffusion that describes random motions in crowded or disordered media where motions are hindered by the medium. On a personal note, I knew Irwin for decades, from the time before he had a family (he was a sworn bachelor...until he met his wife) until shortly before his death. For many years, first alone and then with family, Irwin would spend some portion of the cold Boston winter in warm La Jolla, and we would always get together during these visits. For a period of a number of years we decided to take advantage of these visits to write the definitive text in traditional Thermodynamics. We did not make it past about 2/3 of the project, but it was a great learning experience for me while it lasted. Irwin's knowledge and understanding of the subject were breathtaking.

  2. Strategic Plan Outline for the Army Utilities Modernization Program: Fiscal Years 2008-2013

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    2006-11-01

    inet /usace- docs/armytm/TM5-811-7/. Headquarters, Departments of the Army and Air Force, Army Technical Manual 5-811-1/Air Force Joint Manual 32-1080...make up” which also entails costs in both treatment chemicals and avoidable energy input. Another disadvan- tage of centralized heating systems is...effluents can be based on chemical -specific criteria from the water quality standards or on general narrative criteria. Specific criteria are used to

  3. Adapting the Army’s Training and Leader Development Programs for Future Challenges

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    2013-01-01

    Execution System QLDR Quarterly Leader Development Review RC Reserve Component SAMS-E Standard Army Maintenance System—Enhanced SAT Systems Approach to...Training SFC sergeant first class SGM Sergeant Major SL Skill Level SLC Senior Leader Course SMA Sergeant Major of the Army SMDR Structured Manning...Leader Course ( SLC ) platoon sergeant skills. If a soldier has been promoted to sergeant first class (and would no longer be assigned to squad leader

  4. Knowledge, Attitude, and Behavior of Families Living in a Natural Highly Fluoridated Community at Fort Irwin, California

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    1994-06-01

    still appropriate. 3 Because Fort Irwin’s water supply is above the MCL for fluoride, the post partially defluoridates a portion of the water I supply...for drinking and cooking purposes. The process used in 3 defluoridation at Fort Irwin is called reverse osmosis (RO), and the RO water (0.6 - 0.7 ppm F...at Fort Irwin, which is a natural highly fluoridated area, to determine the type of water used for drinking and cooking purposes and to investigate

  5. Development of Natural Alkalinity in Appalachian Deep Coal Mine Discharges, Irwin Syncline, Pennsylvania, USA

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    Bryant, E. M.; Winters, W. R.; Winters, W. R.; Capo, R. C.

    2001-12-01

    Geochemical processes in flooded underground coal mine complexes are controlled by the relationship between overburden mineralogy and the hydrogeologic system, which is influenced by mining methodology and discharge location. Numerous large flow (over 2,000 L/min), historically acidic, deep mine discharges in Appalachian bituminous coal basins are now net alkaline, with circumneutral pH and high concentrations of dissolved iron (20-80 ppm) and sodium (100-500 ppm) [1]. Understanding natural alkalinity production offers alternative approaches for neutralizing acid mine drainage (AMD) and has implications for predictive models, mining regulations, mine discharge remediation, and resource recovery. To determine the subsurface processes involved in the generation of natural alkalinity, we focused on the Irwin syncline, a 240 sq.-km bituminous coal basin in southwestern Pennsylvania. All major streams that arise within or cross the syncline are affected by polluted mine drainage. The pollution ranges from highly acidic iron- and aluminum-contaminated discharges in the northern portion of the basin to highly alkaline, iron and sulfate-contaminated discharges in the southern portion. Underground mine barrier data were used to divide the basin into six hydraulically related sub-basins; mine waters were collected from nine discharges across the basin [2]. Sub-basin hydrology was integrated with infiltration, discharge, and overburden geochemistry and mineralogy. Modeling of Irwin syncline flows using a solute modeling program (PHREEQC 2.4.2; [3]) indicates that the spatial and temporal change in mine water chemistry involves processes other than simple carbonate dissolution or dilution with uncontaminated water. Results indicate that the acidic discharges in the northeastern end of the basin are the product of surface water modified by pyrite oxidation and dissolution of aluminosilicate minerals. Sodium concentrations in those flows are likely the result of minor halite

  6. The Tripler Army Medical Center's LE3AN program: a six-month retrospective analysis of program effectiveness for African-American and European-American females.

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    Simpson, Mark; Earles, Jay; Folen, Raymond; Trammel, Rick; James, Larry

    2004-10-01

    This is a retrospective study that examines the effectiveness of the Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC) LE3AN Program for weight management among African-American and European American women. African-American and European-American active-duty females who enrolled in the TAMC LE3AN Program between July 1998 and December 2001, and completed six months of follow-up were included in the analysis. The results indicate that the program is associated with significant weight loss for participants, and that it is equally effective for African-American and European-American women. Weekly follow-up visits were correlated with greater weight loss.

  7. Schedule Risk Event Driven Methodology (SREDM): FY13 Army Studies Program Project Findings

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    2015-01-01

    TRADOC Analysis Center ATRC-PR/ Susan Matus 255 Sedgwick Avenue Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-2345 susan.g.matus.civ@mail.mil US...Army TRAC- White Sands Missile Range ATRC-W/Dr. Lambert Bldg 1400 Martin Luther King Drive White Sands Missile Range, NM 88002-5502

  8. Energy engineering analysis program Europe, Vilseck Military Subcommunity Seventh Army Training Command, West Germany. Volume I. Executive summary. Final report

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    Sanchez, A.; Advani, C.; North, R.; Pritkin, L.; Chiao, S.P.

    1983-02-01

    The Energy Engineering Analysis Program for the three U. S. Military Subcommunities of Vilseck, Hohenfels and Vilseck in West Germany, has been authorized by the Department of the Army European Division, Corps of Engineers under Contract No. DACA9O-80-C-0093 dated September 29, 1980, and subsequent Modifications: P00001 dated April 27, 1981, P00002 dated September 29, 1981, and P00003 dated September 30, 1981. The objectives of this contract, as explained in detail in Schedule of Title I Services for Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Europe dated September 18, 1981, are as follows: (a) Develop a systematic plan of projects that will result in the reduction of energy consumption in compliance with the objectives set forth in the Army Facilities Energy Plan. (b) Use and incorporate applicable data and results of related studies, past and current, as feasible. (c) Develop a coordinated basewide energy study. (d) Prepare Program Development Brochures (PDB), DD Forms 1391, and supporting documentation for feasible energy conservation projects. (e) Include all methods of energy conservation which are practical (in so far as the state-of-the-art is reasonably firm) and economically feasible in accordance with guidance given. (f) List and prioritize all recommended energy conservation projects.

  9. The Army Corps of Engineers’ Nationwide Permits Program: Issues and Regulatory Developments

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    2008-08-21

    permits and related general conditions, issued in March 2007, is available at [http://www.usace.army.mil/ inet /functions/cw/cecwo/reg/ nationwide_permits.htm...Activities. This permit is intended to authorize activities for the restoration of coal mine sites that are causing physical and/or chemical impacts to...point out that coal mining waste contains chemicals that are toxic to aquatic life; there have been cases of spills of impounded wastes, with impacts

  10. Institution of a Rubella Screening and Immunization Program at Tripler Army Medical Center

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    1979-06-01

    to accomplish the same goal of protecting the best interest of mother , child and Tripler Army Medical Center. 59 HST-CPOH (26 Oct 78) SUBJECT: TAC...person who is infected doughs , sneezes or speaks. Symptoms of the disease are characterized by a mild upper respiratory illness with a low fever and a...children being born with congenital birth defects to mothers inadvertently exposed to rubella virus during pregnancy. 3. The health records of

  11. ROTC Validation Study of LEADER MATCH IV, Programmed Instruction in Leadership for the US Army

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    1978-05-01

    E. Fiedler and Linda Mahar University of Washington S Seattle, Washington 98105 and -I. Robert M. Carroll . Army Research Institute •,et q•\\•’~e009ŕ...Validation Studies of Leader Match. Journal of Applied Psychology, 1978. Fiedler , F. E. A Contingency Model of Leadership Effectiveness. In L. Berkowitz...Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (Vol. 1). New York: Academic Press, 1964. Fiedler , F. E. A Theory of Leadership Effectiveness. New

  12. Energy engineering analysis program Europe, Hohenfels Military Subcommunity Seventh Army Training Command, West Germany. Volume 1: Executive summary. Final report

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    1983-02-01

    The objectives of this contract, as explained in detail in Schedule of Title I Services for Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Europe dated September 18, 1981, are as follows: (a) Develop a systematic plan of projects that will result in the reduction of energy consumption in compliance with the objectives set forth in the Army Facilities Energy Plan. (b) Use and incorporate applicable data and results of related studies, past and current, as feasible. (c) Develop a coordinated basewide energy study. (d) Prepare Program Development Brochures (PDB), DD Forms 1391, and supporting documentation for feasible energy conservation projects. (e) Include all methods of energy conservation which are practical (in so far as the state-of-the-art is reasonably firm) and economically feasible in accordance with guidance given. (f) List and prioritize all recommended energy conservation projects.

  13. A Human Systems Integration Analysis of the Army Suicide Prevention Program

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    2013-06-01

    feeder ” into the CHPC. This assessment is different from the intent outlined in the AR and DA PAM. Scott identified the “fundamental need of the...needs a puppy. I would enjoy my time in the military a lot more if I had a puppy. Not having a pet is especially hard if you’re used to having more...space and a pet before you joined the Army. I’m in the barracks in a little room. People joke they are going to get married just so I can move

  14. Derivation of Anthropometry Based Body Fat Equations for the Army’s Weight Control Program

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    1988-05-01

    lean individuals and under-predict in obese individuals. This trend for under- prediction at the upper end of the body fat scale is less for the...involve the shoulder/neck muscles ( trapezius ) in the measurement. This is a possibility when a soldier has a short neck. 6. Circumference sites and...H. Stretch , Ph.D. DCIEM 1133 Sheppard Ave W. P. 0. Box 2000 Downsviw. ’ Ontario CANADA M3M 3B9 A 1 Copy to: Director US Army Human Engineering

  15. Evaluation of the management excellency program: the Perception of the Military of the Permanent Corp of the Preparatory School of Cadets of the Brazilian Army

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    Rogerio da Silva Nunes

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses the implementation of the Management Excellence Program of the Brazilian Army (PEG-EB in the Preparatory School Army Cadets (EsPCEx identify the importance of the program and show the perception of this permanent implantation in the body of officers and men. The military presented their perceptions on the program and its implementation across the seven quality criteria Quality Program of the Federal Government (PQGF. We administered a survey instrument with 53 assertions, referring to the criteria adopted by the PEG-EB, the 175 soldiers belong to the complementary Officer (QCO and Technical Services Temporary (STT of EsPCEx with a Likert scale, graded zero to four. The results were tabulated with multivariate analysis, performed using a statistical package(SPSS and shows the participants' perception of the quality program for each of the criteria adopted by the PEG-EB.

  16. Addressing Deficiencies in Army Civilian Leader Development

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    2008-02-28

    competencies the Army and Nation requires. A well managed , comparable, and integrated Army leader training, education, and development framework, designed...Leavenworth, KS or Fort Belvoir, VA. The Intermediate Course targets Army civilian leaders who already reside in supervisory, management , or project...Leadership and Management Program (DLAMP), a competitively selected DOD- sponsored and DOD–funded leader development program that provided enhanced

  17. The Prospective Army Coronary Calcium (PAAC) Study

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    Hankerson, Maria; Taylor, Allen J

    2004-01-01

    The purpose of the Army's cardiovascular screening program, initiated in 1981 and revised in 1989, was to reduce the incidence of sudden cardiac death associated with the mandatory semi- annual Army...

  18. Preliminary assessment report for Wayland Army National Guard Armory (former Boston Defense Area Nike Battery 73), Installation 23295, Wayland, Massachusetts. Installation Restoration Program

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    Haffenden, R.; Flaim, S.; Krokosz, M.

    1993-08-01

    This report presents the results of preliminary assessment (PA) conducted by Argonne National Laboratory at the Massachusetts Army National Guard property near Wayland, Massachusetts. Preliminary assessments of federal facilities are being conducted to compile the information necessary for completing preremedial activities and to provide a basis for establishing corrective actions in respond to releases of hazardous substances. The principal objective of the PA is to characterize the site accurately and determine the need for further action by examining sites activities, quantities of hazardous substances present, and potential pathways by which contamination could affect public health and the environment. This PA satisfies, for the Wayland Army National Guard Army property, Phase I of the Department of Defense Installation Restoration Program.

  19. Army aeromedical crash rates.

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    De Lorenzo, R A; Freid, R L; Villarin, A R

    1999-02-01

    Safety is a principal concern for everyone in aviation, including those in military and civilian aeromedical programs. The U.S. Army flies thousands of helicopter missions each year, including many aeromedical flights. The comparison between Army general and aeromedical aviation crash data provides a benchmark for establishing patterns in aeromedical safety and may be useful for similar programs examining safety profiles. To determine the crash rates of Army aeromedical rotary-wing (helicopter) programs and compare them with crash rates in Army general aviation. Retrospective review of safety data from 1987 to 1995. Crashes or mishaps are categorized into three classes: A, B, and C. Class A reflects the most serious mishap and involves loss of life or aircraft destruction, whereas classes B and C represent lesser but still significant mishaps. Crash rates are compared on a year-by-year basis and are reported as events per 100,000 flight hours. Statistical analysis was performed by the z test with Yates' correction, with significance set at p crash rate was 1.86 compared with the aeromedical rate of 2.02. The mean general class A to C crash rate was 7.37 compared with the aeromedical rate of 7.44. Between 1992 and 1995, there were 3 years when the Army aeromedical program suffered no class A mishaps. Differences between study groups are statistically significant, but they are interpreted conservatively given the very low incidence of mishaps in both groups. Both rates are comparable with published civilian mishap rates. There is a very low overall incidence of crashes in both groups. There may be no practical difference between Army general and aeromedical aviation mishap rates. Furthermore, Army crash rates are comparable with published civilian mishap rates.

  20. Testing a top-down strategy for establishing a sustainable telemedicine program in a developing country: the Arizona telemedicine program-US Army-Republic of Panama Initiative.

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    Vega, Silvio; Marciscano, Ivette; Holcomb, Michael; Erps, Kristine A; Major, Janet; Lopez, Ana Maria; Barker, Gail P; Weinstein, Ronald S

    2013-10-01

    Many developing countries have shown interest in embracing telemedicine and incorporating it into their healthcare systems. In 2000, the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) initiated a program to assist the Republic of Panama in establishing a demonstration Panamanian rural telemedicine program. YPG engaged the Arizona Telemedicine Program (ATP) to participate in the development and implementation of the program. The ATP recommended adoption of a "top-down" strategy for creating the program. Early buy-in of the Panamanian Ministry of Health and academic leaders was regarded as critical to the achievement of long-term success. High-level meetings with the Minister of Health and the Rectors (i.e., Presidents) of the national universities gained early program support. A telemedicine demonstration project was established on a mountainous Indian reservation 230 miles west of Panama City. Today, three rural telemedicine clinics are linked to a regional Ministry of Health hospital for teleconsultations. Real-time bidirectional videoconferencing utilizes videophones connected over Internet protocol networks at a data rate of 768 kilobits per second to the San Felix Hospital. Telepediatrics, tele-obstetrics, telepulmonology, teledermatology, and tele-emergency medicine services became available. Telemedicine services were provided to the three sites for a total of 1,013 cases, with numbers of cases increasing each year. These three demonstration sites remained in operation after discontinuation of the U.S. involvement in September 2009 and serve as a model program for other telemedicine initiatives in Panama. Access to the assets of a partner-nation was invaluable in the establishment of the first model telemedicine demonstration program in Panama. After 3 years, the Panamanian Telemedicine and Telehealth Program (PTTP) became self-sufficient. The successful achievement of sustainability of the PTTP after disengagement by the United States fits the Latifi-Weinstein model

  1. Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP). Energy surveys of Army central heating and power plants. Volume I. Executive summary, Fort Wainwright

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    1986-04-01

    This is the Executive Summary of the energy survey and project documentation that resulted from the Energy Survey of the Central Heating and Power Plant (CHPP) at Fort Wainwright. It is a part of the continuing effort under the Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP). Similar energy surveys and reports have been developed for Fort Richardson and Fort Greely Central Heating and Power Plants concurrently. The Scope of Work of this program was developed by the Huntsville Division Corps of Engineers for use at all Army central heating and power plants. The purpose of this study is to review and study all potential energy conservation opportunities (ECOs) at the Port Wainwright Central Heating and Power Plant (CHPP). These ECOs would then be developed to determine the economics and feasibility of implementation. The equipment at this plant is over 30 years old. The plant is meeting the requirements of providing steam for heating the base. It is a functional operating plant that will, with proper maintenance and repairs, continue to perform for many more years. With a heating plant of this age there was reason to believe that many energy conservation opportunities do exist. Section 4 describes the ECOs found and studied.

  2. 78 FR 56978 - In the Matter of Carbiz, Inc., InZon Corporation, IQ Micro, Inc., Irwin Financial Corporation...

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    2013-09-16

    ... From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION In the Matter of Carbiz, Inc., InZon Corporation, IQ Micro, Inc., Irwin Financial Corporation, and... and Exchange Commission that there is a lack of current and accurate information concerning the...

  3. Laboratory electrical resistivity analysis of geologic samples from Fort Irwin, California: Chapter E in Geology and geophysics applied to groundwater hydrology at Fort Irwin, California

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    Bloss, Benjamin R.; Bedrosian, Paul A.

    2015-01-01

    Correlating laboratory resistivity measurements with geophysical resistivity models helps constrain these models to the geology and lithology of an area. Throughout the Fort Irwin National Training Center area, 111 samples from both cored boreholes and surface outcrops were collected and processed for laboratory measurements. These samples represent various lithologic types that include plutonic and metamorphic (basement) rocks, lava flows, consolidated sedimentary rocks, and unconsolidated sedimentary deposits that formed in a series of intermountain basins. Basement rocks, lava flows, and some lithified tuffs are generally resistive (≥100 ohm-meters [Ω·m]) when saturated. Saturated unconsolidated samples are moderately conductive to conductive, with resistivities generally less than 100 Ω·m, and many of these samples are less than 50 Ω·m. The unconsolidated samples can further be separated into two broad groups: (1) younger sediments that are moderately conductive, owing to their limited clay content, and (2) older, more conductive sediments with a higher clay content that reflects substantial amounts of originally glassy volcanic ash subsequently altered to clay. The older sediments are believed to be Tertiary. Time-domain electromagnetic (TEM) data were acquired near most of the boreholes, and, on the whole, close agreements between laboratory measurements and resistivity models were found. 

  4. Defense Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR). Volume 1. Army Projects, Abstracts of Phase 1 Awards from FY 1989 SBIR Solicitation

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    1990-04-01

    KIORITZ DM-9 BACKPACK SPRAYER THAT WILL (1) DISPENSE METERED VOLUME OF PEDICULICIDE, (2) EMPLOY EXISTING SYSTEM ENERGY SOURCE, (3) ACCESS 17 DISPERSAL SITES...INC 10016 S 51ST ST PHOENIX, AZ 85044 CONTRACT NUMBER: JOSEPH W COLTMAN TITLE: CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT FOR AN AIRBAG CRASH-PROTECTION SYSTEM TOPIC# 21...BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH (SBIR) PROGRAM - PHASE 1 PAGE 50 BY SERVICE FISCAL YEAR 1989 ARMY SUBMITTED BY STALLING AIRBAGS INTO A HELICOPTER COCKPIT TO

  5. Army-NASA aircrew/aircraft integration program (A3I) software detailed design document, phase 3

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    Banda, Carolyn; Chiu, Alex; Helms, Gretchen; Hsieh, Tehming; Lui, Andrew; Murray, Jerry; Shankar, Renuka

    1990-01-01

    The capabilities and design approach of the MIDAS (Man-machine Integration Design and Analysis System) computer-aided engineering (CAE) workstation under development by the Army-NASA Aircrew/Aircraft Integration Program is detailed. This workstation uses graphic, symbolic, and numeric prototyping tools and human performance models as part of an integrated design/analysis environment for crewstation human engineering. Developed incrementally, the requirements and design for Phase 3 (Dec. 1987 to Jun. 1989) are described. Software tools/models developed or significantly modified during this phase included: an interactive 3-D graphic cockpit design editor; multiple-perspective graphic views to observe simulation scenarios; symbolic methods to model the mission decomposition, equipment functions, pilot tasking and loading, as well as control the simulation; a 3-D dynamic anthropometric model; an intermachine communications package; and a training assessment component. These components were successfully used during Phase 3 to demonstrate the complex interactions and human engineering findings involved with a proposed cockpit communications design change in a simulated AH-64A Apache helicopter/mission that maps to empirical data from a similar study and AH-1 Cobra flight test.

  6. Ecological Assessment of the Effects of Army Training Activities on a Desert Ecosystem. National Training Center, Fort Irwin, California

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    1985-06-01

    Report) IS. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES Copies are available from the National Technical Information Service Springfield, VA 22161 * IS. KEY WORDS (Continue on...each study site. The desert kangaroo rat ( Dipodomys deserti) was restricted to two severely impacted transects, the southern grasshopper mouse...40- S 30- 20 10 1 20 234123 10- 00. 20- 2 3 4 1 23 4 1 23 4 1 23 4 23 4 20-DMERIM’ KANGAROO RAT - 50( DIPODOMYS MEERIAM) 9 4- i 40 100 320- 280- 240

  7. Army National Guard Companies Have Not Developed Effective Training Programs to Attain or Sustain Mission Essential Task Proficiency (REDACTED)

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    2016-12-05

    counterattack. There are currently three types of Brigade Combat Teams in the Army: Armored, Infantry, and Stryker.4 While Infantry and Stryker Brigade...cycle encompasses a 3- to 5-year period, depending on the type of unit. For Army National Guard ABCTs, the force generation cycle spans 5 years:  (U...states that should continue to take advantage of professional military education opportunities. National Guard Regulation 350-1 states that soldiers

  8. Social Structures Affecting Army Performance

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    Segal, David R

    2007-01-01

    The Center for Research on Military Organization undertook a multi-year research program on the impact of social change on the performance of Army units and of Soldiers after the end of the Cold War...

  9. Army Modernization Strategy 2008

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    2008-01-01

    PEO IEWS Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors PGMM Precision Guided Mortar Munitions PGP Power Generation Platform PM...renewable energy systems, alternative energy systems, and thermoelectric devices. These mobile, tactical generators provide quality power to operate...supporting pre and post deployment training, increasing operational requirements, replacing Army Pre-Positioned Stocks and generating Theater

  10. Army Training Study: Administration.

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    1978-08-08

    focus on study objectives and Army of the 80’s. b. Ensure training programs are compatible with new equipment. c. Visualize our strategy as designing for...tasks that the unit is expected to be able to perform ("playbook"). Annual requirements (EDRE, IG, TPI, FTX, MOBA , etc.) form the basis for the

  11. Analysis of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) in U.S. Army Acquisition Programs

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    2016-03-01

    Defense Security Cooperation Agency FAA Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 FM Field Manual FMF Foreign Military Financing FMFP Foreign Military... Financing Program FMS Foreign Military Sales FMSA Foreign Military Sales Act of 1968 (now AECA) FMSCR Foreign Military Sales Credit (also FMFP... Greek and Turkish affairs, the withdrawal of British assistance to Greece provided the necessary catalyst for the Truman Administration to reorient

  12. Matrix Organizational Structure and its Effect on Army Acquisition Program Management Offices.

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    1996-06-20

    restructure program offices with the intent of cutting waste and fraud within the defense acquisition process. The goal was to establish an organizational ... structure which could operate efficiently in an environment of shrinking budgets and increasing technical specialization. To address this challenge, the

  13. Environmental Impact Research Program and Defense Natural Resources Program: Section 7. 5. 7, US Army Corps of Engineers Wildlife Resources Management manual. Final report. [ELAEAGNUS UMBELLATA

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    Dittberner, P.L.; Dietz, D.R.; Wasser, C.H.; Martin, C.O.; Mitchell, W.A.

    1992-02-01

    A plant materials report on autumn olive (Elaeagnus umbellata) is provided as Section 7.5.7 of the US Army Corps of Engineers Wildlife Resources management Manual. The report was prepared as a guide to assist project/installation natural resources personnel with the selection, establishment, and management of appropriate plant materials for wildlife and habitat development programs. Major topics covered are description, distribution, habitat requirements, wildlife and land management value, establishment, maintenance, and cautions and limitations. Autumn olive is a hardy shrub or small tree introduced into the United States from Asia. It is widely used in the East in habitat improvement projects designed to attract wildlife, provide barriers, beautify existing landscapes, and reclaim disturbed sites. Autumn olive is tolerant of a wide range of soils and climatic conditions. Plants grow best on well-drained soils that are deep, sandy, loamy, or moderately fine-textured. Establishment of autumn olive is often recommended for borders, hedgerows, windbreaks, and disturbed sites. Planting stock of autumn olive is readily available, and some commercial nurseries produce propagules in quantity. Four cultivars (Cardinal, Ellagood, Elsberry, and Redwing) have been developed and are adapted to geographically specific regions. This report provides information on management objectives, site selection and preparation, propagule selection, planting methods, and maintenance requirements for autumn olive throughout its area of potential use. Management cautions and limitations are discussed, and guidelines are provided on the appropriate use of autumn olive in wildlife and habitat management programs.

  14. Database and Management Information Support for the U.S. Army SBIR program

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    1994-06-10

    Research requirements include food and nutrition technologies as well as medical technologies for improved vaccines, drugs, therapies , diagnostics for...and oxygen have successfully been used to feed military barrier properties. personnel at fixed locations where freshly prepared mess hall food is not...for use of the program. The GBR conractor, Raytheon, is aevel- oping a family of radars for GBR, Theater Missile I Defense ( TMD ) and National Missile

  15. The Army National Guard Division Headquarters in the Army of 2020

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    2013-05-26

    future ain’t what it used to be. ―Yogi Berra, American Major League Baseball Hall of Famer2 The words of Secretary McHugh are familiar to the...THE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD DIVISION HEADQUARTERS IN THE ARMY OF 2020 A Monograph by Major Chris M. Mabis Army National...National Guard Division Headquarters in the Army of 2020 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Major

  16. Review of Army Officer Educational System. Volume 3. Annex A - Good Programs

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    1971-12-01

    release. The distribution Ls unLiited. FOR THE CHIF: Major, Infant R&D Coordinator ANNEX A - GOOD PROGRAMS TABLE OF CONTENTS P age I INTRODUCTION TO...Indefinite status lies in the joint efforts and close cooperation between the Ordnance Branch of OPO and the Ordnance Center and School. The emphasis placed...on individual treatment by both the Ordnance Branch of OPO and the USAOC&S, coupled with the concept that every Ordnance Officer has a "HOME" at the

  17. Evaluation of Early Enlistment Failures under the U.S. Army Trainee Discharge Program

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    1975-11-01

    should rnmain in their training unit and continue normal training activities once they receive a second negativo evalu- ation at the company levol. 1...comprellondiveellss of the c m1.tinupon% which the Pro~ gram is based, Th i t’raiiiing cadro we intorviewed Coutid m~any parts of tho TILADOC Circular 6~35 -1...Scouting pro- (S8 7%) (41.3%) (00%) grams , 4-H Club, youth clubs, school programs) I participated in or. 43 20 0 gatnised team sports (68. 3%) (31.70

  18. Impact of an innovative clinical internship model in the US Army-Baylor Doctoral Program in physical therapy.

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    Moore, Josef H; Glenesk, Kathleen T; Hulsizer, David K; McCright, Brittany E; Wrenn, Chelsea; Sander, Todd; Fisher, Dan; Childs, John D

    2014-01-01

    Retrospective case-control. Physical therapy education has been characterized by positive reform including the transition to doctoral level education and the emergence of evidence-based practice as a standard part of the curricula. However, clinical education remains largely unaffected by these advancements and continues as a highly fragmented and ill-equipped model marked by an inefficient 1:1 student to faculty ratio. Current clinical educational models provide highly variable and suboptimal learning experiences for many students, which contribute to disjointed and noncollaborative learning. The purpose of this study is to examine the implications of a one-year collaborative internship model in the US Army-Baylor University Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy in which interns train in groups rather than 1:1 on productivity and efficiency of care. The Army-Baylor program culminates in a 12-month clinical internship conducted at 4 locations within south central Texas (3 military academic medical centers and one multisite outpatient privately-owned physical therapy practice). Each site can accommodate up to 8 (range=4 to 8) students who complete a standardized internship curricula across the full continuum of learning experiences. In this retrospective case-control design, productivity and staffing metrics were extracted for the 3 military sites using the Department of Defense M2 database during the period from 2006-2010. A separate analysis was conducted for each site with descriptive statistics used to assess clinic productivity and efficiency. Data from all 3 sites indicate the presence of interns resulted in little variability in clinic productivity and efficiency. Decreased productivity and/or efficiency would bring into question the long term viability and sustainability of the collaborative internship model. Additionally, this model maximized the opportunity for highly engaged mentorship, individual attention, and quality instruction. The findings suggest

  19. Comparison of Building Loads Analysis and System Thermodynamics (BLAST) Computer Program Simulations and Measured Energy Use for Army Buildings.

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    1980-05-01

    RGRAM MULATTONS AND MESRDEN RGV USE FO~ ARMY ING OG.-WEPORT NUM1SER * HeronS . CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER(*) i,_q Unclassified r C64TRUCTI~IS. ONECOSTRU...was wrong, since the clinic has a minimum baseline electrical load; i.e., vending machines, drinking fountains , refrigerators, emergency and security

  20. A Comparative Analysis of Army Physical Readiness Test Results of AMEDD Units Without Formal Physical Training Programs

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    1984-06-01

    emphasis on physical fitness has sound medical, psychological and economic foundations. In addition to the requirements to maintain a physically fit Army...Benefit of Exercise Programmes for the Sedentary Worker." Physiotherapy 69 (January 1983): 8-10. Lindsey-Reid, Elizabeth, and Osborne, Richard W

  1. Army Focus (5th Issue)

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    1991-06-01

    wide Army and public awareness. Entries concentrate on broad concerns, avoiding detailed budgetary data or issues unique to a command. Distribution...it was first published in November 1988. In that time, the United States has won three wars — the Cold War, Operation JUST CAUSE , and Operation...200K Selected Reserve call-up and limited implementation of Stop Loss Program*** —Secretary of Defense authorizes call-up of 25,000 Army National

  2. Army Acquisition and Contracting Personnel Requirements: How are the Army’s Current Recruitment, Development and Retention Programs Meeting Current and Future Personnel Requirements?

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    2011-09-01

    execution. Organizations provided responses they have or are evaluating schedule flexibility, telework policy, and voluntary civilian fitness. Engaging...alternative work schedules, implementing ACC Telework policy, relocation incentives, and management placing special emphasis on the importance of...MICC G-1 established a voluntary civilian fitness program, embraced alternative work schedules, and implemented ACC Telework policy. 103

  3. The Army Study Program.

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    1980-10-09

    79LO205 LUMMUN COSTXN6 ELItUUULUL;Y FUR IKAININL DCSOPS IN-+ttJJSt I CUMPLt[ED 19L0049 IPPA (L LMl LUMPARISUN Ut- 0U-Nf&L LA’AiURAFfLHY H SL IN-HOUSE...All ?..*.*.*.e.n....... .3 - 46 IPPA Suvitf/WAkLAW PodLl LtjNL FU4,.Lk ~ 3 -46 IPA $NVL VWP SYLvM L4-’J, Fok Le ,-, kA . IAN)R CUK4t,%JL .1 - 4 ALA

  4. Army Ordnance Satellite Program

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    1958-11-01

    Corporal, Honest John, Little John, Nike Ajax, Nike Hercules, Nike Zeus , Lacrosse, land-based Talos, Dart, Plato and Hawk. At present, ARGMA, which is...the frequency of a subcarrier oscillator. Meteorite impact was observed through frequency changes. Dr. Bohn of the Jksearch 1nsti.tute of Temple

  5. Gynecologic evaluation of the first female soldiers enrolled in the Gulf War Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program at Tripler Army Medical Center.

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    Wittich, A C

    1996-11-01

    Tripler Army Medical Center initiated the Department of Defense's Persian Gulf Illness Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation Program (CCEP) on June 15, 1994. In the first 5 months, 100 patients enrolled in this program. Sixteen (16%) were women who served in the Persian Gulf during Desert Shield/ Desert Storm, and 1 (1%) was the dependent wife of a Gulf War veteran who is experiencing illness that may be related to the Persian Gulf War. All 17 women enrolled in the CCEP were evaluated in the Tripler Army Medical Center Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinic between June 17 and November 10, 1994. Each patient underwent gynecologic history, pelvic exam, Pap smear, and screen for fecal occult blood. Ten patients underwent baseline mammograms and 13 patients underwent urogenital and cervical cultures for aerobic bacteria, chlamydia and herpes simplex. The 1 patient with an abnormal Pap smear underwent cervical and endocervical biopsies and colposcopy (histology demonstrated no dysplasia or neoplasia). Half of the 16 Gulf War veterans experienced gynecologic problems while serving in the Gulf and 43% admitted gynecologic problems since returning in 1991. Of 6 patients who became pregnant after returning, 5 had normal pregnancies and 1 suffered four miscarriages.

  6. USAWC (United States Army War College) Military Studies Program. Training, Motivation and Intrinsic Task Value. Essential Elements of Excellence (Readiness).

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    1984-06-04

    Foresman and Co., 1982. Hersey , Paul and Kenneth H. Blanchard. Management of S Organizational Behavior Utilizing Human Resourcesa. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice...of Management (Glenview: Scott, Forsman and Co., 1982), p. 155. 5. Steers, p. 88. 6. Hersey . Paul and Kenneth H. Blanchard. Manaqement of 0ranxzatxonal...learning/motivation behavior theory, (2) the latest books on " manage - ment for excellence" in Industry, and (3) army training regulations and leader

  7. Integrating Bill of Materials Data Into the Armys Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

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    2016-05-17

    Resource Planning Systems  By LeQuan M. Hylton TOOLS The fielding of Global Combat Support System –Army has changed the way the Army manages bill...57 Army Sustainment November–December 2015 As the Army moves to an en-terprise resource planning ...Army), and the Army Enterprise System Integration Program (AE- SIP), BOM data is enterprise -level master data designed to be used to- gether and

  8. Under-ascertainment from healthcare settings of child abuse events among children of soldiers by the U.S. Army Family Advocacy Program.

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    Wood, Joanne N; Griffis, Heather M; Taylor, Christine M; Strane, Douglas; Harb, Gerlinde C; Mi, Lanyu; Song, Lihai; Lynch, Kevin G; Rubin, David M

    2017-01-01

    In cases of maltreatment involving children of U.S. Army service members, the U.S. Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is responsible for providing services to families and ensuring child safety. The percentage of cases of maltreatment that are known to FAP, however, is uncertain. Thus, the objective of this retrospective study was to estimate the percentage of U.S. Army dependent children with child maltreatment as diagnosed by a military or civilian medical provider who had a substantiated report with FAP from 2004 to 2007. Medical claims data were used to identify 0-17year old child dependents of soldiers who received a medical diagnosis of child maltreatment. Linkage rates of maltreatment medical diagnoses with corresponding substantiated FAP reports were calculated. Bivariate and multivariable analyses examined the association of child, maltreatment episode, and soldier characteristics with linkage to substantiated FAP reports. Across 5945 medically diagnosed maltreatment episodes, 20.3% had a substantiated FAP report. Adjusting for covariates, the predicted probability of linkage to a substantiated FAP report was higher for physical abuse than for sexual abuse, 25.8%, 95% CI (23.4, 28.3) versus 14.5%, 95% CI (11.2, 17.9). Episodes in which early care was provided at civilian treatment facilities were less likely to have a FAP report than those treated at military facilities, 9.8%, 95% CI (7.3, 12.2) versus 23.6%, 95% CI (20.8, 26.4). The observed low rates of linkage of medically diagnosed child maltreatment to substantiated FAP reports may signal the need for further regulation of FAP reporting requirements, particularly for children treated at civilian facilities. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  9. Energy end-use metering in two modular office buildings at Fort Irwin, California

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    Armstrong, P.R.; Keller, J.M.

    1994-01-01

    This report documents the application of the Mobile Energy Laboratory (MEL) at Fort Irwin for the period 21 December 1989 to 27 January 1992. The purpose of the test was to monitor electrical demands in Buildings 567 and 571 by end use and to monitor the response of the HVAC systems to internal and external loads. Results of two years of monitoring are summarized below. The observed energy-use intensities (EUIs) were 13.7 kWh/ft{sup 2}-yr for Building 567 and 10.4 kWh/ft{sup 2}-yr for Building 571. The corresponding numbers for HVAC energy were 5.9 and 5.3 kWh/ft{sup 2}-yr. Lighting used about 35%, primary HVAC 40% (heating 8%, cooling 32%), supply fans 3% and other equipment (mostly plug loads) about 20% of the total. Over 10% of the primary HVAC energy used in Building 567 was the result of simultaneous heating and cooling. Six energy conservation measures were evaluated: (1) delamping and retrofit of T-12 fluorescent fixtures with T-8 systems; (2) installation of two-speed fans with operation at the lower speed (67% of rated airflow) during occupied periods whenever a unit is not heating or cooling; (3) retrofit of heat pump compressors with two-speed compressors; (4) installation of controls that eliminate non-productive simultaneous heating and cooling and provide improved night and weekend setback; (5) coating the existing black roof material with a white reflective material; and (6) adding an economizer system to provide outside air cooling. The estimated energy savings as a percent of whole-building energy use are: Lighting HVAC Savings -- 26%; Two-Speed Fans -- 2%; Two-Speed Compressors -- 11%; Improved HVAC Controls -- 5%; White Roof Coating -- 5%; Economizer Cooling -- 5 %. The total energy savings that can be achieved through the measures is 49%.

  10. The Army and Space: Historic Perspectives on Future Prospects.

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    1986-06-06

    which desl rihe the curr-nt operational doctrine of the Army. The first is Army Field Manual 100-5, Operation§, and the second is the Army 21 Concept...Secretary Wilson refered to the "approved" policy to " maximize air power and minimize the foot soldier". 6 1 While the program was never formally approved

  11. Energy surveys of army central heating and power plants. Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP). Fort Greely. Volume 1, executive summary. Executive summary

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    1986-04-01

    This is the Executive Summary of the energy survey and project documentation that resulted from the Energy Survey of the Central Heating and Power Plant at Fort Greely. It is a part of the continuing effort under the Energy Engineering Analysis Program (EEAP). Similar energy surveys and reports have been developed for Fort Richardson and Fort Wainwright Central Heating and Power Plants concurrently. The Scope of Work of this program was developed by the Huntsville Division Corps of Engineers for use at all Army central heating and power plants. Representatives from the Huntsville Division of the Corps, U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) and John Graham Company, Architect-Engineer visited the Fort Greely power plant during the summer of 1984. At that time, a generic Scope of Work was reviewed. From it, a detailed scope was developed for Fort Greely. A complete Scope of Work can be found in Appendix H Volume 4 of this report. The purpose of this study is to review and study all potential energy conservation opportunities (ECOs) at the Fort Greely Central Heating and Power Plant (CHPP). These ECOs would then be developed to determine the economics and feasibility of implementation. The equipment at this plant is over 30 years old. The plant is meeting the requirements of providing steam for heating the base. It is a functional operating CHPP plant that will, with proper maintenance and repairs, continue to perform for many more years. With a heating plant of this age there was reason to believe that many energy conservation opportunities do exist. Section 4 describes the ECOs found and studied. The study also required that the condition and efficiency of the boilers and auxiliaries of the entire plant be evaluated.

  12. The Effects of a Periodized vs. Traditional Military Training Program on 2-Mile Run Performance During the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT).

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    Stone, Brandon L; Heishman, Aaron D; Campbell, Jay A

    2017-07-31

    The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of an experimental versus traditional military run training on 2-mile run ability in Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets. Fifty college-aged cadets were randomly placed into two groups and trained for four weeks with either an experimental running program (EXP, n=22) comprised of RPE intensity-specific, energy system based intervals or with traditional military running program (TRA, n=28) utilizing a crossover study design. A 2-mile run assessment was performed just prior to the start, at the end of the first 4 weeks, and again after the second 4 weeks of training following crossover. The EXP program significantly decreased 2-mile run times (961.3s ± 155.8s to 943.4 ± 140.2s, P=0.012, baseline to post 1) while the TRA group experienced a significant increase in run times (901.0 ± 79.2s vs. 913.9 ± 82.9s) over the same training period. There was a moderate effect size (d = 0.61, P=0.07) for the experimental run program to "reverse" the adverse effects of the traditional program within the 4-week training period (post 1 to post 2) following treatment crossover. Thus, for short-term training of military personnel, RPE intensity specific running program comprised of aerobic and anaerobic system development can enhance 2-mile run performance superior of a traditional program while reducing training volume (60 min per session vs. 43.2 min per session, respectively). Future research should extend the training period to determine efficacy of this training approach for long term improvement of aerobic capacity and possible reduction of musculoskeletal injury.

  13. Development and use of computational techniques in Army Aviation research and development programs for crash resistant helicopter technology

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    Burrows, Leroy T.

    1993-08-01

    During the 1960's over 30 full-scale aircraft crash tests were conducted by the Flight Safety Foundation under contract to the Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD) of the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command (AVSCOM). The purpose of these tests were to conduct crash injury investigations that would provide a basis for the formulation of sound crash resistance design criteria for light fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft. This resulted in the Crash Survival Design Criteria Designer's Guide which was first published in 1967 and has been revised numerous times, the last being in 1989. Full-scale aircraft crash testing is an expensive way to investigate structural deformations of occupied spaces and to determine the decelerative loadings experienced by occupants in a crash. This gave initial impetus to the U.S. Army to develop analytical methods to predict the dynamic response of aircraft structures in a crash. It was believed that such analytical tools could be very useful in the preliminary design stage of a new helicopter system which is required to demonstrate a level of crash resistance and had to be more cost effective than full-scale crash tests or numerous component design support tests. From an economic point of view, it is more efficient to optimize for the incorporation of crash resistance features early in the design stage. However, during preliminary design it is doubtful if sufficient design details, which influence the exact plastic deformation shape of structural elements, will be available. The availability of simple procedures to predict energy absorption and load-deformation characteristics will allow the designer to initiate valuable cost, weight, and geometry tradeoff studies. The development of these procedures will require some testing of typical specimens. This testing should, as a minimum, verify the validity of proposed procedures for providing pertinent nonlinear load-deformation data. It was hoped that through the use of these

  14. Survey of Army Personnel Interested in Teaching

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    1992-11-01

    who hires teachers, teacher education programs , and how the school system is structured. Sixty percent of active Army participants in the 1992 NCEI...Alternative teacher certification programs provide collegc graduates ways to become teachers without graduating from traditional teacher education programs . In...the traditional route to certification, individuals complete college teacher education programs and graduate with certification from the state

  15. Selling the Drama: Army Marketing Strategies and the Future of Word-of-Mouth Marketing

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    2017-02-16

    family, and influencers – teachers, civic leaders, and role models. The Army has previously adopted successful marketing campaigns: in decades past...strategy is addressed in Army Regulation 601-208, “The Army Brand and Marketing Program”. This publication places the responsibility for the program...people, to accomplish this mission of telling the Army story. The role of the Noncommissioned Officer in the marketing of the army has been and

  16. The Total Army

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    2016-01-01

    ARNG U.S. Army USAWC USAF USCG U.S. Army USAR U.S. Army USAID U.S. Army New Zealand U.S. Army The Authors THE UNITED STATES ARMY WAR COLLEGE1 The United...Schein, Organizational Culture and Leadership, 3rd Edition, ( New York: Jossey-Bass: 2004). In order to offer compelling and relevant options for policy...emphasis placed on certain military 17. Edgar H. Schein, Organizational Culture and Leadership, 3rd Edition, ( New York: Jossey-Bass: 2004), 29. 18. U.S

  17. Cities, Towns and Villages, City limit boundaries for all municipalities in Ben Hill, Brooks, Cook, Echols, Lanier, Irwin, Lowndes, Tift and Turner Counties., Published in 2010, 1:7200 (1in=600ft) scale, Southern Georgia Regional Commission.

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    NSGIC Regional | GIS Inventory — Cities, Towns and Villages dataset current as of 2010. City limit boundaries for all municipalities in Ben Hill, Brooks, Cook, Echols, Lanier, Irwin, Lowndes, Tift...

  18. Army Efficiency Initiatives

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    2011-04-28

    directed the military services to incorporate Total Quality Management ( TQM ) principles throughout their organizations. Beginning in 1992, Total Army...Quality (TAQ) was the Army’s new management philosophy, responding to the DOD TQM mandate. This was a significant change of the Army’s culture. In...business practices to meet the Army’s current challenges, it must be determined if TQM is an effective management tool and more importantly if TAQ is

  19. Expanding the Lessons Learned Program to Include Corps Support Command Commanders and Theater Army Area Command Commanders

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    1989-03-10

    INTRODUCTION The Oral History Program’s purpose is to supplement oFficial histories , to isolate successful command, leadership and managerial...of -the program is to capture the experience of senior leaders in the areas of command, leadership , and management . The individual is interviewed...used to gain insight into command and management techniques and to further research in military history . In June of 1984, the Chief of Staff, General

  20. Army Reserve Military Intelligence: Time for Change

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    2010-04-20

    Michael PhD Cole. People-Smart Leaders. Winchester , Virginia: Oak Hill Press, 2005. Conant, Jennet. The Irregulars - Roald Dahl and the British Spy...States Army Reserve Mr. Scott Fish Program Advisor Institute for Advanced Technology University of Texas at Austin Disclaimer The...ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This paper is the result of the author’s Army War College Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Technology at The University of Texas at Austin

  1. Boundaries - US Army Corps of Engineers - Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Projects (HREPs)

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    Army Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army, Department of Defense — Congress authorized the Environmental Management Program (EMP) in the 1986 Water Resources Development Act to help address ecological needs on the Upper Mississippi...

  2. Seven-Year Summary of Fort Irwin, CA, Family Housing Comparison Test: Operation and Maintenance Costs of Manufactured vs. Conventionally Built Units

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    V nits, I R 1187/I 0/ ADA IWO 8()IUSACILRL, 1987). ’ R.t)I N C dIh atM M C. [’our -Year Summnary ’]Fort Irwin, CA, Fainily vHousing Comparison lest...34s Con vent iona lly Built Units. IR P-89/1 4/AI)A209421 (t SAC’ERL. 1)8Q). RI.D Neathaiymrnr. Five- Year Sinmnar ’ v of’Fort Irwin, CA, Family Housing...Units Per Hour Deviation (%) CBU 15 13.0 1.06 15 12.1 1.70 MilU 12 10.9 2.67 14 9.7 1.60 There was a statistically significant difference between the

  3. Business Case Analysis of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center Medical/Surgical Prime Vendor Generation III Service Level Electron Program

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    Markot, Peter B

    2007-01-01

    ...) staffing and medical/surgical services offered under the Prime Vendor (PV) Generation III contract would provide the best supply chain management solution for Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC...

  4. Catalog of Completed Studies, US Army Health Care Studies and Clinical Investigation Activity.

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    1984-12-10

    698. 8 Tschen, E. H., Jessen, R. T., Robertson, G., Becker, L. E., Erythema multiforme as a complication of 8CG scarification tech- nique, Arch...Report #79-003) 5 .. :I T 5 L -’- °... DATE TITLE ACCESSION # Jun 79 Effect of the Army Oral Health Maintenance Program (AOHMP) on the Dental Health...Active Duty AD A080536 Army Personnel, 1978 Part D - Effect of the Army Oral Health Maintenance AD A080182 Program on Dental Health Status of Army

  5. Mobilization and Defense Management Technical Report Series. Effective Integration of Faculty Requirements into Army System Acquisition Programs.

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    1983-05-01

    in maintenance facilities had to be modified on short notice.3 The M-i tank cannot fit in existing tank wash racks with its side skirts in the raised...qtrs IWRM Office DOS/RU=. Fxj JC 90t Mgmt Div and 1ST Asta, IP Div. 331OWs INJO am, rnization program severely con strained to facilities issus

  6. Effects of the Veteran’s Readjustment Program in Recruiting Black Females at the US Army Missile Command.

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    1984-10-01

    supervising training or apprenticeship programs cannot advertise decrimina- tory specifications, limitations or preferences for training, referral... sexism appear to parallel one another, it is a grave mistake for one to conclude that the *See footnote page 5. ,. . V. A.-..F _ A~~jK PS. , .--.. S

  7. 2011 Army Strategic Planning Guidance

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    TESI ) of 22,000 Soldiers, the Army’s total force by the end of the mid-term period is programmed to be 520K (AC). We will achieve a more...dwell ratios, extending TESI authority to adequately man deploying units and sustain the All-Volunteer Force, right-sizing the generating force, and... TESI Temporary End-Strength Increase WMD Weapons of Mass Destruction 2011 ARMY STRATEGIC PLANNING GUIDANCE Page 19 2011

  8. A Study to Develop a Methodology Determining the Feasibility of Establishing a Blood Collection Program in an Army Healthcare Facility

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    1985-05-01

    or skin? (If ear piercing c. Blood pressure medications, taken and/or acupuncture are commonly per- chronically and successfully, so that formed in the...munization programs. g. Infectious diseases: b. Skin allografts and tattoo. (Ear pierc- Hepatitis: Have you ever had hepatitis ing and acupuncture done under...malaria? have epilepsy ’? Have you had convul- When? Are you a visitor or immigrant sions or fainting spells? Last episode? to the USA? How long have you

  9. A Study to Develop and Test the Effectiveness of a Program of Supervisory Development at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center.

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    1981-05-01

    Head Nurses, F.A. Davis Company, Phila- delphis, 1971. Hersey , Paul , Blanchard, Kenneth H. Management of Organizational Behavior : Utilizing Human...which have required adaptive responses by managers . He states: vt nagerial attitudes and values are changing, and we are creating an organizational ...Development Program focused at the level of first-line and middle management is an appropriate component of a more comprehensive organizational management

  10. Mobilization's Impact on Army Reserve Family Members

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    Koplin, Michael

    1999-01-01

    .... The primary focus of this paper is to identify the impact of mobilization on the family member, identify programs and initiatives that were implemented to diminish the impact of mobilization on the family member, and, finally, to draw conclusions about how well the Army Reserve programs and initiatives have addressed family member issues and concerns following mobilization.

  11. US Army Research Office research in progress, July 1, 1991--June 30, 1992

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    1992-12-31

    The US Army Research Office, under the US Army Materiel Command (AMC), is responsible for coordinating and supporting research in the physical and engineering sciences, in materials science, geosciences, biology, and mathematics. This report describes research directly supported by the Army Research Projects Agency, and several AMC and other Army commands. A separate section is devoted to the research program at the US Army Research, Development and Standardization Group - United Kingdom. The present volume includes the research program in physics, chemistry, biological sciences, mathematics, engineering sciences, metallurgy and materials science, geosciences, electronics, and the European Research Program. It covers the 12-month period from 1 July 1991 through 30 June 1992.

  12. Army Leader Transitions Handbook

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    2008-01-01

    usacac.army.mil/CAC2/CAL. LEADER TRANSITION MODEL Leader Transitions Handbook 1 The Army Leader Transitions Handbook is designed to help leaders plan and...D-1) Managing transitions is a leadership responsibility. Leader transitions within the Army are significant events for any organization due to...current. Administrative skills - Brush up on personnel management , especially leader development. Know UCMJ, promotions, administrative discharge

  13. Strategic Planning for Irwin Army Community Hospital: The Assessment and Implementation of Services, in Order to Meet Fort Riley's Increasing Population

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    Besser, Christopher S

    2008-01-01

    ...). A comparison of services provided by similar facilities will serve as the basis for analyzing likely capability requirements while forecasting tools will serve to estimate likely demand for these services...

  14. Strategic Planning for Irwin Army Community Hospital: The Assessment and Implementation of Services, in Order to Meet Fort Riley’s Increasing Population

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    2008-07-05

    Nose and Throat Clinic • General Surgery & Urology • Occupational Therapy • Ophthalmology • Optometry • Orthopedics & Podiatry • Physical...Augmentation Mammoplasty Skin GraFort Podiatry (Foot Surgery) Urology Cystoscopy Urethral Dilitation Vasectomy Biopsies Vasovasotomy Lithotripsy...Both surgery and clinic) Ophthalmology (Both surgery and clinic) Pediatric Cardiology Podiatry (Both surgery and clinc) Urology (Both surgery

  15. A Model for the Management of Supplemental Care Expenditures for Computed Tomography (CT) Scans at Irwin Army Community Hospital, Fort Riley, Kansas

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    1989-07-24

    consumers and payors ( Hessel , et al. 93). In 1987, the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), reporting to the United Nations, compared and contrasted the...Melvin M. and Alexander R. Margullb. "The Impact of New Imaging Technology on Health Care, Research, and Teaching." AM 149 (1987): 1111-1126. Fischer...Academic Press, 1980. Herman, Joseph G. "Radiologists Mobilize Against DRG’s." Applie Radiology 13 (1984): 119-125. Hessel , Samuel J., Jonathan M. Levy

  16. Energy and the Environment for an Expeditionary Army

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    2009-10-06

    Energy and the Environment for an Expeditionary Army Mr. Jerry Hansen Senior Official, ASA(I&E) Senior Energy Executive Deputy...SUBTITLE Energy and the Environment for an Expeditionary Army 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) 5d

  17. A Candidate Army Energy and Water Management Strategy

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    Fournier, Donald F; Westervelt, Eileen T

    2004-01-01

    .... This work augments on-going energy and water management initiatives within the Army by developing a new candidate Army level strategy that responds to anticipated legislation; reflects current DOD and DA requirements, vision, and values in light of the current world situation; incorporates sound science and management principles; and organizes and focuses efforts into an integrated program.

  18. Acute Respiratory Disease in US Army Trainees 3 Years after Reintroduction of Adenovirus Vaccine

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    2017-01-15

    Army Public Health Center (Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD), and the NHRC FRI program have provided...The Army Public Health Center collected weekly ARD-SP data from the Ar- my’s 4 IET sites (Fort Benning, GA; Fort Jackson, SC; Fort Leonard Wood...Disease in US Army Trainees 3 Years after Reintroduction of Adenovirus Vaccine1 Author affiliations: US Army Public Health Center , Aberdeen

  19. The Transition From "Be All You Can Be" to "An Army of One" - Strategic Outreach Campaigns for Recruiting America's All-Volunteer Army and Army Reserve

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    Sawyer, Jayson D

    2005-01-01

    ... in sufficient quantity and quality to man the force. The unveiling of this latest Strategic Outreach program primarily directed by the outgoing Secretary of the Army Honorable Louis Caldera in conjunction with the support...

  20. 76 FR 28006 - Proposed Authorization Under the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit Program of U.S...

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    ....usace.army.mil/CECW/Documents/cecwo/reg/rgls/rgl05-07.pdf . The current NWP 23 was issued on March 12... Categorical Exclusions NRCS Categorical Exclusions established under 7 CFR 650.6(a)(1-5): (1) Soil Survey--7... reduce erosion through bioengineering techniques following a natural disaster to restore pre-disaster...

  1. "Speak to me as to thy thinkings" commentary on 'Interpersonal psychoanalysis' radical façade" by Irwin Hirsch.

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    Bromberg, Philip M

    2002-01-01

    This article has two purposes. First, a rebuttal to those writers, including Irwin Hirsch, who criticize the current emphasis by relational analysts on the value of affective openness and affective honesty, particularly with regard to their use of clinical vignettes that vividly portray the analyst's use of self-revelation--as if these illustrations were revealing an endorsement of a naive and mindless invasion of the patient's psyche. The second, and perhaps more important purpose, is to illuminate something I feel is obscured by Hirsch's framing the topic of the analyst's "spontaneity" in the context of analytic politics--that an analyst's self-revelation in language is increasingly understood to be not simply "allowable," but a necessary part of the clinical process. Language does not make it less spontaneous nor part of what Hirsch calls a "standardized technique." Its most powerful therapeutic contribution is in facilitating linguistic symbolization of dissociated, enacted, subsymbolic experience that is immune to self-reflective cognition, immune to internal conflict, and thereby unavailable to interpretation until it becomes relationally accessible to language and thought. Both neuroscience and cognitive research support the need for a revised theory of therapeutic action consistent with the growing recognition of the human mind as a nonlinear, self-organizing dynamic system-a system in which normal maturation as well as therapeutic repair depends, developmentally, on an ineffable coming together of two minds in an unpredictable way. From this vantage point, the analyst's self-revelation contributes to the coconstruction of an alive intersubjective space through an ongoing process of engagement between two subjectivities, making the analyst's subjective openness as potentially negotiable as any other aspect of the patient/analyst relationship, rather than an unrepairable "intrusion" into a self-contained psyche.

  2. Army Energy and Water Reporting System Assessment

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    Deprez, Peggy C.; Giardinelli, Michael J.; Burke, John S.; Connell, Linda M.

    2011-09-01

    There are many areas of desired improvement for the Army Energy and Water Reporting System. The purpose of system is to serve as a data repository for collecting information from energy managers, which is then compiled into an annual energy report. This document summarizes reported shortcomings of the system and provides several alternative approaches for improving application usability and adding functionality. The U.S. Army has been using Army Energy and Water Reporting System (AEWRS) for many years to collect and compile energy data from installations for facilitating compliance with Federal and Department of Defense energy management program reporting requirements. In this analysis, staff from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that substantial opportunities exist to expand AEWRS functions to better assist the Army to effectively manage energy programs. Army leadership must decide if it wants to invest in expanding AEWRS capabilities as a web-based, enterprise-wide tool for improving the Army Energy and Water Management Program or simply maintaining a bottom-up reporting tool. This report looks at both improving system functionality from an operational perspective and increasing user-friendliness, but also as a tool for potential improvements to increase program effectiveness. The authors of this report recommend focusing on making the system easier for energy managers to input accurate data as the top priority for improving AEWRS. The next major focus of improvement would be improved reporting. The AEWRS user interface is dated and not user friendly, and a new system is recommended. While there are relatively minor improvements that could be made to the existing system to make it easier to use, significant improvements will be achieved with a user-friendly interface, new architecture, and a design that permits scalability and reliability. An expanded data set would naturally have need of additional requirements gathering and a focus on integrating

  3. Index to Army Times 1988

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    1992-08-01

    reports. Army Times; Oct. 24, 1988; 49(11): p. 8. Panama harrassment down. Army Times; Nov. 14, 1988; 49(14): p. 28. PARENTING LEAVE OF ABSENCE SEE LEAVE OF...EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES--SALES A pattern of failure. Army Times; Jul. 25, 1988; 48(50): p. 19. SEXUAL HARASSMENT Ever been sexually harassed? Army Times; Dec

  4. Improving Army Operational Contract Support

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    2013-04-01

    8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER 9. SPONSORING/MONITORING AGENCY NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) Dr. Richard M. Meinhart U.S. Army War...Austin Project Adviser Dr. Richard M. Meinhart U.S. Army War College Faculty Mentor This manuscript is submitted in partial...Improving Army Operational Contract Support by Colonel Daryl P. Harger United States Army United

  5. The Army Public Affairs Program

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    2000-09-15

    the exhibit to be displayed. If the volume can be controlled, exhibits may contain tapes, records, soundtracks , movies, or other devices that produce...slides, and soundtracks will accompany the request. (h) A statement that the display will contain no reference to a commercial concern other than a 4...intervening headquarters record file. (3) One copy rough cut (film or videotape) minus soundtrack . (4) One print (film or videotape) or one copy final

  6. Index to Army Times 1989

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    1992-08-01

    48): p. 2. FLAGS--U. S. Flag yarns. Army Times; Aug. 7, 1989; 49(52): p. 47. FLEA COLLARS Army takes swat at Gis wearing flea collars. Army Times...AND DEVELOPMENT Rifle of the future? Army Times; May 1, 1989; 49(38): p. 14. ROBOTS Army, Marines to test battle robot effectiveness. Army Times; Aug...7, 1989; 49(52): p. 26. Baptism by fire for robots . Army Times; Oct. 9, 1989; 50(9): p. 35. E 127 ROTC SEE RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC

  7. VizieR Online Data Catalog: Cheshire Cat galaxies: redshifts and magnitudes (Irwin+, 2015)

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    Irwin, J. A.; Dupke, R.; Carrasco, E. R.; Maksym, W. P.; Johnson, L.; White, R. E., III

    2017-09-01

    The optical observations (imaging and spectroscopy) were performed with the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph (hereafter GMOS; Hook et al. 2004PASP..116..425H) at the Gemini North Telescope in Hawaii, in queue mode, as part of the program GN-2011A-Q-25. The direct images were recorded through the r' and i' filters during the night of 2011 January 4, in dark time, with seeing median values of 0.8" and 0.9" for the r' and i' filters, respectively. The night was not photometric. Three 300 s exposures (binned by two in both axes, with pixel scale of 0.146") were observed in each filter. Offsets between exposures were used to take into account the gaps between the CCDs (37 un-binned pixels) and for cosmic ray removal. (1 data file).

  8. Wide Temperature Range Kinetics of Elementary Combustion Reactions for Army Models

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    Fontijn, Arthur

    2002-01-01

    The goals of this program are to provide accurate kinetic data on isolated elementary reactions at temperatures relevant to Army combustion models, particularly for propellant combustion dark zones...

  9. An Analysis of Corporate Organizational Development Experience and its Implications for the Future of the Army’s Organizational Effectiveness Program

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    1978-06-01

    operations in groups, and developing skills for diagnosing individual, group and organizational behavior . Management by Objectives. Aimed at matching...110 I,7 Harvard Business Review, Reprint Series. " Organizational Development." Parts I, II, 111, Nos. 21140, 21141, 21142, Hersey , Paul and...of behavioral science principles and techniques in the leadership and management of the Army and recommended that five test projects be developed to

  10. Building a Better Strategic Analyst: A Critical Review of the U.S. Army’s All Source Analyst Training Program

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    2008-05-15

    carnations shipped from Delaware to Colombia. An analyst using abductive reasoning may ask why citrus fruit is being sent to the world’s primary...military developments, systems of thought, public health , the psychological dimensions of military and terrorist threats, cyber-security, environmental...Intelligence Center and School, FM 2-33.4 [Draft], p.2-34. 48 short, the Army must invest in its analysts if it wants to reap the strategic benefits they

  11. Total Army Force Structure for 2010

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    1990-03-01

    the leading postindustrial nations of the world. Congress and the administration have achieved more social and welfare oriented domestic programs than...but maintains a conventional capability. The U.S. is a healthily postindustrial nation. The Active Army has been reduced by more than half but

  12. Drug positive rates for the Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard from fiscal year 2001 through 2011.

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    Platteborze, Peter L; Kippenberger, Donald J; Martin, Thomas M

    2013-10-01

    To examine the overall and drug-specific positive rates of Army urinalysis specimens tested from fiscal year 2001 (FY01) through FY11. We analyzed annual Army Forensic Toxicology Drug Testing Laboratory results from FY01 to FY11. From FY01 to FY11, the Army's positive rate was 1.06%. The component rates were 0.84%, 1.53%, and 1.94% for the active duty, Reserve, and National Guard, respectively. The Army's average positive rate for marijuana from FY01 to FY11 was 0.79%, and the cocaine rate was 0.26%. From FY06 to FY11, the average positive rate for oxycodone was 0.74% and the d-amphetamine rate was 0.30%. Apart from oxymorphone, a key metabolite of oxycodone, the positive rate for all other drugs tested was below 0.25%. The FY11 drug positive rates in decreasing order were oxymorphone > oxycodone > marijuana > d-amphetamine > codeine > cocaine > morphine > d-methamphetamine > methylenedioxymethamphetamine > heroin > methylenedioxyamphetamine > phencyclidine. Although the drug positive rate for heroin remains low, the number of positives has increased dramatically since FY05. The drug-testing program continues to serve as a vital deterrent as evidenced by the Army's overall positive rate being well below the 8.9% estimated illicit use in the civilian population. Reprint & Copyright © 2013 Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.

  13. US Army primary radiation standards complex

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    Rogers, S.C. [Radiation Standards and Dosimetry Laboratory, Redstone Arsenal, AL (United States)

    1993-12-31

    This paper describes the U.S. Army Primary Radiation Standards Complex (PRSC) to be constructed at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. The missions of the organizations to be located in the PRSC are described. The health physics review of the facility design is discussed. The radiation sources to be available in the PRSC and the resulting measurement capabilities of the Army Primary Standards Laboratory Nucleonics section are specified. Influence of the National Voluntary Laboratory Accrediation Program (NVLAP) accreditation criteria on facility design and source selection is illustrated.

  14. Geochemical correlation of Black Mountain basalt flows from surface exposures to boreholes in western Fort Irwin, California

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    Buesch, D.

    2016-12-01

    To help constrain groundwater modeling in the Superior Basin (SB) of the southwestern Fort Irwin National Training Center, California, three boreholes were drilled in 2010 that penetrated porphyritic olivine basalt flows, but the age and distribution of these basalts is unknown. The basalts are interbedded with sandstone and conglomerate at depths 62-65 m in two boreholes, and 72-85 m in a third borehole (which terminated in basalt), and these rocks are in the saturated zone. The basin has 37 pre-2010 boreholes, and 17 are monitored for depth to water, but none were logged in a way that enabled identification of basalt flows. The geochemistry of SB borehole cuttings derived from the basalts was compared to basalts exposed in outcrop throughout the region to establish possible correlations. Conventional XRF data (WD-XRF) on powdered whole-rock samples are from basalts in 3 volcanic fields; Black Mountain (BM; 3.8 Ma, Oskin and Iriondo, 2004), Bicycle Mesa (BiM; 5.6 Ma, Schermer et al., 1996), and Goldstone Mesa (GM; 16 Ma, Schermer et al., 1996). Relative to the SB boreholes, BM is >8 km SW, BiM is >40 km E, and GM is >19 km ENE. On a Zn versus Sr bivariate plot, the 3 volcanic fields plot in unique clusters (some with small overlaps), which suggests there are distinctive geochemical signatures for each field. Laboratory analysis using a portable XRF (p-XRF) was performed on hand specimens and powdered samples of BM and powdered samples of SB and a set of international standards. BM WD-XRF and pXRF data are similar (with slight shifts in values due to instrumental differences), and plot in 3 sub-clusters. SB samples plot near two of the BM samples, suggesting a likely correlation. Four SB samples (two each from two boreholes) are very similar, and the fifth sample differs somewhat, which might indicate a different flow. Based on these geochemical correlations, the SB borehole basalts are probably 3.4 Ma, and flowed eastward >8 km from the BM volcanic field.

  15. The Army Ethic

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    2015-06-12

    142 U.S. Constitution, amendment 19. 143 U.S. Constitution, amendments 18 and 21. 144 Martin L. King, Jr., “I Have a Dream . . .” speech, March on...Washington, 1963, accessed 28 January 2015, http://www.archives.gov/press/exhibits/ dream - speech.pdf. 55 cultural values, then we are at once...and prophetic motto: This We’ll Defend. Living the Army Ethic inspires our shared identity as trusted Army professionals with distinctive roles as

  16. Branding the Army

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    2017-05-25

    particular skill set. Instead, the Army must recruit from a very broad cross section of the American population to ensure that it meets recruiting...combat troops to Vietnam.27 Regardless of the popular opinion of the military, the country’s leadership chose to transition to the AVF, which thus...revealed one approach to overcome this hurdle: market the Army as a technologically savvy organization that offered valuable skills training.41 As

  17. Review of Initiatives for Increasing Enlisted Reenlistment in the U.S. Army

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    2009-11-01

    posts vary in the specific programs offered , sample services include marriage and family therapy , a prevention and relationship enhancement program...Personal Financial Readiness Training, which covers basic money management. 27 Army Emergency Relief ( AER ) Founded in 1942 by the Secretary of...War and the Army Chief of Staff, the Army Emergency Relief ( AER ) is a nonprofit organization designed to assist Sold iers and their dependents in

  18. The Army’s Use of Spirituality in the Prevention of Suicide

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    2013-03-01

    Army Substance Abuse Program Counselors, Family Advocacy Program Workers, Emergency Room Medical Technicians, and Medical/ Dental Health...Army Health Promotion, 17. 25 35 Karen Besterman-Dahan, Susan W. Gibbons, Scott D. Barnett , and Edward J Hickling, “The Role of Military

  19. Army Social Media: Harnessing the Power of Networked Communications

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    2011-09-01

    9/1/2011 Army Social Media : harnessing the power of networked communications Report Documentation Page Form ApprovedOMB No. 0704-0188 Public...4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Army Social Media : harnessing the power of networked communications 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM...the Chief of Public Affairs,Online and Social Media Division,1500 Pentagon,Washington,DC,20301 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NUMBER 9

  20. Army Physical Readiness Training

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    2010-03-01

    advanced calisthenics , military movement, kettlebell and climbing drills are performed with increasing resistance. Endurance and mobility activities such as...strength required to perform functional movements against resistance. Calisthenics are the foundation of Army strength training and body management. They...Strength is further developed through the performance of advanced calisthenics , resistance training, climbing drills and the guerrilla drill. ENDURANCE 2

  1. Women in the Army

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    1980-06-06

    active during the war, and in 1920 , they succeeded in pressuring the Army to appoint a Director of Women’s Relations under the office of the G-1 General...Personnel management officials have found that after the glamour of being different wears off, their attitudes toward their work changes and they try to

  2. Developing the Army Pentathlete

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    McElroy, Kevin

    2007-01-01

    .... How will they do it, and where will they find the personnel to fill the job?. The Army is forced to deal with insurgency in Iraq, a type of engagement they have not dedicated training to since the end of Vietnam...

  3. Geographic Place Names, GNIS data for Atkinson, Bacon, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brantley, Brooks, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Cook, Echols, Irwin, Lanier, Lowndes, Pierce, Tift, Turner, Ware counties., Published in 1999, 1:7200 (1in=600ft) scale, Southern Georgia Regional Commission.

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    NSGIC Regional | GIS Inventory — Geographic Place Names dataset current as of 1999. GNIS data for Atkinson, Bacon, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brantley, Brooks, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Cook, Echols, Irwin,...

  4. Women in the Army Policy Review

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    1982-11-12

    chondromalacia of the perfornmance-limiting conditions thait *eiulted from an 8-1%eek patella (21). hip or neck of femur stress fracture (20). sprains...by the Chondromalacia of patella 21 10 Hip or neck or femur stress fracture 20 9 apparent lack of heel stability inherent in ;he Army boot used Ankle...of the patella a miaieary training program on males and females Aveat Space wert also reported. Environ Afed 30: 562-566. 1979 Although the

  5. Study of US Army Libraries. Volume 1

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    1976-07-01

    women , Army dependents, doctors, lawyers, engineers, scientists, technicians, and civilian employees? Derived from the Latin "’libra,", meaning book... treatment extends beyond the career program itself, and probably has its roots in the better coordina- tion among libraries of this type. (2) Although no...ivss serving clinics and hospitals, and etudy the possibilities of central procurement ad distri- bution by ar angewnt vih the HQDA book procurewnt

  6. Holography at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory: Creating a Digital Hologram

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    2012-09-01

    Holography at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory: Creating a Digital Hologram by Karl K. Klett, Jr., Neal Bambha, and Justin Bickford...MD 20783-1197 ARL-TR-6299 September 2012 Holography at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory: Creating a Digital Hologram Karl K. Klett...Army Research Laboratory: Creating a Digital Hologram 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Karl K

  7. Economic Value of Army Foreign Military Sales

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    2015-12-01

    overview. Retrieved from Army Financial Mangement website: http://www.asafm.army.mil/offices/BU/Budget Mat.aspx?OfficeCode=1200 McGhee, P. (2012...February). Army FY 2013 budget overview. Retrieved from Army Financial Mangement website: http://www.asafm.army.mil/offices/BU/Budget Mat.aspx?OfficeCode

  8. Intergovernmental consultation and coordination and emergency response: The relationship between ICCB (Intergovernmental Consultation and Coordination Board) and SARA (Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986) Title III in the US Army's Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program

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    Feldman, D.L.

    1989-02-01

    The relationship between Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) and the Intergovernmental Consultation and Coordination Board (ICCB) in the US Army's Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program (CSDP) is examined from four perspectives: (1) the current status and likely future direction of SARA implementation in the eight CSDP continental United States sites; (2) the applicability of SARA to the CSDP; (3) the effect of SARA information management upon the ICCB; and (4) challenges posed by SARA in the areas of public participation and intergovernmental relations which make the interface between emergency planning and intergovernmental relations in the CSDP more complex than originally envisioned in the program's Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement. The emergency planning structures developed by SARA have important parallels with the CSDP's ICCB. It is important to maintain a separation between these emergency planning structures and ICCBs, which will handle additional concerns other than emergency planning. While considerable variation exists in patterns of SARA Title III implementation in CSDP states, shared characteristics include: (1) Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPCs) faced with problems of staffing, resources, and membership attrition; (2) unclear lines of planning authority in some LEPCs; and (3) the legitimization of unconventional participation in emergency planning. 34 refs., 1 tab.

  9. 76 FR 6692 - Radiation Sources on Army Land

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    ... Department of the Army 32 CFR Part 655 RIN 0702-AA58 Radiation Sources on Army Land AGENCY: Department of the... regulation concerning radiation sources on Army land. The Army requires non-Army agencies (including their... Permit for Non-Army Agency Radiation Sources on Army Land.'' The Army received no comments on the...

  10. Evolving Army Needs for Space-Based Support

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    AL. During the 1960s through the 1980s, Army space-related efforts emphasized this anti-ballistic missile mission with programs such as Sentinel ...also to look System Description & Mission Highlights Cost Goals SMDC Nanosatellite Program ( SNaP ) • Functionally effective data/ communication

  11. The American Armies: 1993

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    dictatorship, while from the left the People’s Revolutionary Army ( ERP ), thought to have been eliminated in the 1970s, has reemerged. In the recent past... Ecuador Ecuador continues to have a territorial dispute with Peru, 8 although at the present time it appears unlikely to spill over into armed conflict...26International Narcotics Strategy Report, various years. 27perisope/USNI Military Database, September 1992. 28Dennis M. Hanratty (ed.), Ecuador : A Country Study

  12. Education and the Army.

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    342 1473 EDIion OF I MOV 65 IS OBSOLETE SECURITY CLASIFICATION OF THIS PAGE (When Deta Entered) SECURITY CLAIFICATION OF THIS PAGE(WhI Data 8098804 Item...the early period of the Twentieth Century, the massive movement in adult education captured the imagination of many educators. The movement not only...emerge, an outgrowth of the national awareness of the value of adult education. The Army Institute, an organization designed to provide 4

  13. Army Sustainability Report 2010

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    achieve victory. The reality is that the battlefield success of traditional offensive and defensive operations is no longer enough. In a strategic...accomplish its primary mission in virtually any situation. However, that alone will not guarantee success. The Army recognizes that its ongoing operations...energy improvements* Fort Drum, NY Solar walls and rehab shops* Fort Hood, TX Install 8,000 motion sensors Fort Knox, KY Barracks

  14. The Army Learning Organisation Workshop

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    Lessons CASAC Chief of Army Senior Advisory Committee CAT /A Combat Arms Training - Army CIOG Chief Information Officer Group DAKM Director of Army...Essential, Improve) • Lack of clear doctrine for CAT /A (Essential, Improve) • CIOG access policies, practices – (web enabled PDA, doctrine on PDA’s... cradle to the grave’ philosophy and facilitated by HR strategies. Mentoring should be a feature of all training activities and be recognised/ rewarded

  15. The German Replacement Army (Ersatzheer)

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    Erziehungs - und 13ildungswesens des Heeres, In EB), who is responsible to him. Training in the Replacement Army is conducted in training units...These schools are controlled by the Army Inspector of Training and Education (Inspekteur des Erziehungs - und Bildungswesens des Heeres). (3...letters Ue> on their shoulder straps. These schools are likewise controlled by the Army Inspector of Training and Education (In.spekteur des Erziehungs

  16. The Army Profession: A Narrative

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    2013-05-23

    profile cases of alleged misconduct” were symptomatic of “a much larger issue affecting the armed forces.”9 In the Associated Press, Lolita Baldor ...of-misconduct-among-high-level-military-leaders?lite (accessed January 02, 2013). 10Lolita C. Baldor , "US Army Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair to...Science: An Academic Discipline." Army Magazine, no. 5 (May 2005): 14-15. Baldor , Lolita C. and Michael Biesecker. "US Army Brigadier General

  17. Prevention of overuse injuries by a concurrent exercise program in subjects exposed to an increase in training load: a randomized controlled trial of 1020 army recruits

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    Brushøj, Christoffer; Larsen, Klaus; Albrecht-Beste, Elisabeth

    2008-01-01

    BACKGROUND: It is unknown whether an exercise program can prevent overuse injuries in the lower extremity. An often encountered and important risk factor for the development of lower extremity overuse injuries is an abrupt increase in activity level. HYPOTHESIS: A preventive training program based......: A total of 1020 soldiers aged 20.9 years (range, 19-26 years) undergoing 3 months of basic military training consecutively enrolled from December 2004 to December 2005. The prevention program consisted of an exercise program of 15 minutes' duration 3 times a week, including 5 exercises for strength...

  18. Enhancing the Strategic Capability of the Army: An Investigation of Strategic Thinking Tasks, Skills, and Development

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    qualitative than quantitative, whereas quantitative assessments tend to be more straightforward. In addition, assessing strategic thinking through the...Research Report 1995 Enhancing the Strategic Capability of the Army: An Investigation of Strategic Thinking Tasks, Skills...the Army: An Investigation of Strategic Thinking Tasks, Skills, and Development 5a. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER N/A 5b. PROGRAM ELEMENT

  19. Prevention of overuse injuries by a concurrent exercise program in subjects exposed to an increase in training load - A randomized controlled trial of 1020 army recruits

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    Brushoj, C.; Larsen, K.; Albrecht-Beste, E.

    2008-01-01

    Background: It is unknown whether an exercise program can prevent overuse injuries in the lower extremity. An often encountered and important risk factor for the development of lower extremity overuse injuries is an abrupt increase in activity level. Hypothesis: A preventive training program base...

  20. Military Airlift: The Joint Cargo Aircraft Program

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    2007-01-01

    Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA) is a joint acquisition program between the Army and the Air Force designed to procure a commercial off-the-shelf aircraft, capable of meeting Army requirements for "direct support" to maneuver units...

  1. Military Airlift: The Joint Cargo Aircraft Program

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    Hess, Allan

    2008-01-01

    Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA) is a joint acquisition program between the Army and Air Force intended to procure a commercial off-the-shelf aircraft capable of meeting Army and Air Force requirements for intra-theater airlift...

  2. Prevention of overuse injuries by a concurrent exercise program in subjects exposed to an increase in training load: a randomized controlled trial of 1020 army recruits

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    Brushøj, Christoffer; Larsen, Klaus; Albrecht-Beste, Elisabeth

    2008-01-01

    BACKGROUND: It is unknown whether an exercise program can prevent overuse injuries in the lower extremity. An often encountered and important risk factor for the development of lower extremity overuse injuries is an abrupt increase in activity level. HYPOTHESIS: A preventive training program based...... on a literature review of intrinsic risk factors, and performed concurrent with an increase in physical activity, can reduce the incidence of overuse knee injuries and medial tibial stress syndrome, as well as increase running distance. STUDY DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial; Level of evidence, 1. METHODS......: A total of 1020 soldiers aged 20.9 years (range, 19-26 years) undergoing 3 months of basic military training consecutively enrolled from December 2004 to December 2005. The prevention program consisted of an exercise program of 15 minutes' duration 3 times a week, including 5 exercises for strength...

  3. Army Independent Risk Assessment Guidebook

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    2014-04-01

    Rd. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-5071 US Army TRADOC Analysis Center ATRC-PR/ Susan Matus 255 Sedgwick Avenue Fort Leavenworth, KS...66027-2345 susan.g.matus.civ@mail.mil US Army TRAC- White Sands Missile Range ATRC-W/Dr. Lambert Bldg 1400 Martin Luther King Drive White

  4. Prevention of overuse injuries by a concurrent exercise program in subjects exposed to an increase in training load: a randomized controlled trial of 1020 army recruits.

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    Brushøj, Christoffer; Larsen, Klaus; Albrecht-Beste, Elisabeth; Nielsen, Michael Bachmann; Løye, Finn; Hölmich, Per

    2008-04-01

    It is unknown whether an exercise program can prevent overuse injuries in the lower extremity. An often encountered and important risk factor for the development of lower extremity overuse injuries is an abrupt increase in activity level. A preventive training program based on a literature review of intrinsic risk factors, and performed concurrent with an increase in physical activity, can reduce the incidence of overuse knee injuries and medial tibial stress syndrome, as well as increase running distance. Randomized controlled trial; Level of evidence, 1. A total of 1020 soldiers aged 20.9 years (range, 19-26 years) undergoing 3 months of basic military training consecutively enrolled from December 2004 to December 2005. The prevention program consisted of an exercise program of 15 minutes' duration 3 times a week, including 5 exercises for strength, flexibility, and coordination; the placebo program consisted of 5 exercises for the upper body. During the observation period, 223 subjects sustained an injury, with 50 and 48 of these fulfilling the study criteria for overuse knee injuries or medial tibial stress syndrome, respectively. There were no significant differences in incidence of injury between the prevention group and the placebo group (incidence, 0.22 vs 0.19; P = .162; relative risk = 1.05 [range, 0.98-1.11]). The soldiers in the prevention group had the greater improvement in running distance in 12-minute run tests (82 vs 43 m; P = .037). An exercise program with an emphasis on muscular strengthening, coordination, and flexibility based on intrinsic risk factors identified through a literature review did not influence the risk of developing overuse knee injuries or medial tibial stress syndrome in subjects undergoing an increase in physical activity. The program increased maximal running distance in a 12-minute test.

  5. Potential pollinators of Comolia ovalifolia DC Triana (Melastomataceae and Chamaecrista ramosa (Vog. H.S. Irwin and Barneby var. ramosa (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae, in restinga, Bahia, Brazil

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    Full Text Available Comolia ovalifolia DC Triana (Melastomataceae and Chamaecrista ramosa (Vog. H.S. Irwin and Barneby var. ramosa (Leguminosae - Caesalpinioideae are tropical plant species found in restinga (herbaceous-shrubby, sandy costal ecosystems. They have flowers with poricidal anthers and are pollinated by bees. The study sought to analyse potential pollinators of both plants during visits to their flowers in a restinga area in Bahia. The flowering displayed by both species was considered continuous and long duration, constantly providing pollen to floral visitors. C. ovalifolia was visited by 17 species of bees and C. ramosa by 16 species, predominantly from the Apidae family (with a similarity index of 74%. The behavior displayed by these visiting bees was of vibrating anthers. The small-sized Euglossa sp. Latreille, 1802 and Florilegus similis Urban, 1970 bees played less of a role as pollinators, since they rarely touched the flower stigma during harvests and were thus considered opportunist visitors or casual pollinators. Centris decolorata Lepetier, 1841 (= C. leprieuri and Xylocopa subcyanea Perez, 1901 are large bees and were considered efficient pollinators of C. ovalifolia and C. ramosa because of the higher frequency and constancy of their visits, and their favourable behaviour and size for pollen transfer between flowers, which guarantees the survival of these native restinga plant species.

  6. CONTENIDO DE TANINOS EN LA CORTEZA DE DOS ESPECIES DE PARÁCATA (Erythroxylon compactum Rose y Senna skinneri Benth. Irwin & Barneby

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    Serafín Colín-Urieta

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    Full Text Available Se obtuvieron taninos de la corteza de Parácata (Erythroxylon compactum Rose y Senna skinneri Benth. Irwin & Barneby mediante extracción acuosa aplicando un diseño experimental 2k, con k = 4 y n = 2. Los factores y niveles fueron: Factor A = tamaño de partícula (0.417, 6.68 mm, Factor B = tiempo de extracción (120, 180 min, Factor C = temperatura de extracción (80, 87 °C, Factor D = relación sólido-líquido (1:15, 1:12. Se evaluó la calidad curtiente de los taninos. Se curtió una piel de venado con taninos de S. skinneri y se determinó la resistencia al desagarre y la resistencia a la tensión. Los resultados de las propiedades físico-mecánicas de la piel curtida fueron superiores a los valores mínimos recomendados por las normas mexicanas. Con base en lo anterior, se estima que la corteza de S. skinneri pudiera ser susceptible de aprovechamiento para la extracción de taninos y así usarlos en el curtido de pieles.

  7. The French Army and British Army Crimean War Reforms

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    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available French army logistics of the Crimean War are generally considered to have been better organized than their British counterpart. This sometimes erroneous belief was fuelled by letters home (from officers and men as well as by the reporting of various ‘special correspondents’ in the Crimea, and created an emotional response favourable to the ordinary soldier and, in particular, towards the French. This then became the basis for arguments for reform of the British army in the military and domestic press and in Parliament. Clamour for reform on French lines led to official studies being made of the French army, especially of logistics, officer education, and even uniforms. The French army, however, was little understood and the resulting ephemeral corps-style units (such as Land Transport Corps, Army Work Corps, and Mounted Staff Corps were quickly found faulty. In fact, official study of the French army often had little or no effect on the major reforms of the war. Emulation of the French was ultimately short-lived and of little effect; the favourable perception of the French was based on short-term emotional response and, indeed, the desire for army reform had its sting drawn with the establishment of the Roebuck Committee. Post-war retrenchment and success in the Indian Mutiny would stifle what was left of the reform debate.

  8. An Analysis of Responses to the BSEP (Basic Skills Education Program) Questionnaire for Commanders and Key NCOs at Army Posts in Germany and Panama

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    1985-01-01

    Representative 19. KEY wORDS (Ceoninu. en reveree side it necesar7 ad identify by block nu. ber) Education * Basic Skills Literacy Evaluation 2& ABiT’AC C...experiences with, soldiers who had graduated from the Basic Skil Education Program (BSEP). They reported that soldiers are permitted to attend BSEP as a

  9. Effects of the Veteran’s Readjustment Program in Recruiting Black Females at the U.S. Army Missile Command Thru FY 84.

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    1986-09-01

    employer or joint labor management committee supervising training or apprenticeship programs cannot advertise dscrimina- tory specifications...women be realized, accepted, and dealt with in an appropriate manner. Hawkins maintains that while many incidents of racism and sexism appear to parallel

  10. The Use of Market Analysis in Determining Resource Allocations for the Exceptional Family Member Program in USAREUR Landstuhl Army Regional Medical Center, Landsthul, Germany

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    1984-08-01

    professional personnel for the Exceptional Family nember Program (EFiP). Future assignments will continue though fiscal year 1985. Civilian hiring actions were...ftmber Department in order to substantiate 15 personnel assiginents and to assist in future allocations. In Military Mfedicine, February, 1983, the...34 1 Physiotherapist 1 PHASING: Military targeted for Jan 84 Civilian recruitment 1 Oct 83 for Jan 84 reporting date 55 BERLIN POSITION MILITARY

  11. Shoreline Protection and Beach Erosion Control Study. Final Report: An Analysis of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Shore Protection Program

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    1996-06-01

    Coastal Geology Program ( CGP ) is a component of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Geologic Survey’s Marine and Coastal Geologic Surveys. Its purpose...Wetlands Deterioration, (3) Coastal Pollution, and (4) Hard- Mineral Resources (such as sand sources). c. During Fiscal Year 1993, the CGP supported...organisms. f. Mitigation and Enhancement Costs. Costs may be incurred for relocating nests of birds or reptiles , replanting of vegetation, tilling of

  12. The Army's Future Combat System (FCS): Background and Issues for Congress

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    Felckert, Andrew

    2007-01-01

    .... The FCS program has been characterized by the Army and others as a high-risk venture due to the advanced technologies involved and the challenge of networking all of the FCS subsystems together...

  13. Improving the Effectiveness of Army Distributed Learning: A Research and Policy Agenda

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    Straus, Susan G; Galegher, Jolene; Shanley, Michael G; Moini, Joy S

    2006-01-01

    .... This program is intended to enable the Army to provide decentralized training using one or more information and communication technologies or a combination of classroom training and technology-mediated training...

  14. Sales Training for Army Recruiter Success: Modeling the Sales Strategies and Skills of Excellent Recruiters

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    1987-11-01

    Modeling ’Expert knowledge,, Neurolinguistics Knowledge engineering; Recruiting Sales, &’ Sales cycle Sales skills Sales strategies 20...strategies used by excellent Army recruiters. Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) was used as the protocol for modeling performance and acquiring

  15. Audit: Auditing Service in the Department of the Army

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    Sullivan, Gordon

    1991-01-01

    .... AR 36-7 was issued 20 June 1985 (para 7d). Adds U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command, DOD Inspector General and the General Accounting Office to the section on coordination of audit programs and schedules (para 8a...

  16. Recruitment of Physicians for the Active Army, 1975-1980

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    1975-06-06

    school of medicine or a osteopathy which is recognized by the World Health Organization and who is licensed, or eligible for unrestricted licensure...have received Army Internship and/or residency training tend to remain on active duty as career or partial career officers; thus, thes;e programs feed

  17. Army AL&T, October-December 2008

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    2008-12-01

    advocates with specific success stories, a critical tool in promoting the program nationwide. For more information, contact Jackie Robinson -Burnette...Office Alice Williams-Gray; and MICC small business advisors Jackie Robinson - Burnette, Delores Thompson-Gad, and Pamela Monroe. (U.S. Army photo.) 25380

  18. The Process of Curriculum Innovations in the Army

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    2016-08-01

    analyze and evaluate thinking, with a view to improving it. They solve complex problems by using experiences, training, education , critical questioning...Accountability Communication & Engagement Comprehensive Fitness Critical Thinking & Problem Solving • Problem solving Cultural & JIIM Lifelong ...Diffusion of Innovations, Program of Instruction, Instructional Techniques, Curriculum Development, Soldier Competencies, Army Training and Education 16

  19. Net Zero Ft. Carson: making a greener Army base

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    The US Army Net Zero program seeks to reduce the energy, water, and waste footprint of bases. Seventeen pilot bases aim to achieve 100% renewable energy, zero depletion of water resources, and/or zero waste to landfill by 2020. Some bases are pursuing Net Zero in a single secto...

  20. Army Transformation: Navigating into the Blue Ocean

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    2012-03-22

    posed by the Domino Theory.7 Since 2004, the MA is embarking on a transformation program known as the ‘Army 2 10 plus 10’. General Tan Sri Dato ’ Sri... based political parties, lost its two-third majority in the federal parliament for the first time in history and was ousted as the ruling party in four...within the military or civilian community they are based , at a larger and more significant scale. The MA may consider allowing organizational

  1. A Survey of Compounds from the Antiradiation Drug Development Program of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command

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    1979-09-01

    and Development Program, Division of Cancer Treatment, National Cancer Institute. 330. Submitted by the Prevention of Deterioration Center, National...alkylaminoethanethiosulfuric acids have been found to produce a generalized vasoconstriction and myocardial depression in the dog which resulted in...0-4( go 41A 0 49. 4’ le- mAMa 0 0a 0 0 0 54 ý4 %& (n Ř e T C4 C4 4 0 V-4o 0 1-44 AM 00 0 n % 0 C) i 00 r-0 4 C44 C4 en i (V~C 4 t-7 N % 05 5 ll4 0

  2. Army gas-cooled reactor systems program: an evaluation of the state-of-the-art of high-speed seals

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    1964-12-01

    A literature survey was conducted to determine and evaluate the various types of seals which might be acceptable for use in the ML-1 t-c set and, based on this evaluation, to recommend the next logical steps in the seal development program. The survey indicated that six seal concepts exist which might satisfy the ML-1 air cycle requirements. Theoretical evaluation revealed that four of the concepts were sufficiently attractive to warrant experimental evaluation; the fifth did not appear acceptable and insufficient data existed to permit an evaluation of the sixth concept. The six concepts and summary comments concerning each are shown.

  3. Review of Army Officer Educational System. Volume 1. Summary Report

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    1971-12-01

    intensely concerned with the Army’s role and image and with their own places in the Army. 5-2 iI 5-3. Educational Program With these characteristics in...prvWid Owe -Atuckit mnd his fidliily it full, ;111dn, l(l ha ppy yea * to)(11 enhace hi s career saifcinand develop his prfs oain.(Gulid’Ane 01 c... image of himself as a competent individual. 6 -- An MP&L study of cadets who had experienced substantial shifts in aptitude standing from entrance to

  4. Summary of Injury Prevention Activities Supporting the Army Soldier Medical Readiness Campaign, 2011-2014

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    2016-10-30

    series of field investigations of injuries and physical fitness in operational Army units to date. In support of SMRC communication objectives, APHC...Tactical Athlete Program. The 4th Infantry Division (ID) fitness study is the largest series of field investigations of injuries and physical fitness in...surveillance and BCT program evaluations continue to facilitate Army data-driven decision making related to injury and physical fitness policies. Peer

  5. ARI (Army Research Institute) Research in Basic Skills Education: An Overview

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    Unclassified_________________________ Wa. SECURITY CLASIFICATION AUTHORITY 3. DISTRIBUTION /AVAILABILITY OF REPORT -. Approved for public release; is, 𔃺=11MII N/DOWNG1RADING...Since 1980, ARI has conducted major research and development to (1) evalliato Army basic skills programs; (2) apply adult basic skills methodology...ioral and Social Sciences (ARI) conducted research and development to 1. evaluate Army basic skills programs, 2. apply adult basic skills methodologies to

  6. Sales Training for Army Recruiter Success: Sales Strategies and Skills Used by Excellent U. S. Army Recruiters

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    1987-11-01

    kills -Linguistic pattern~ Sales cycle, Communica tion s trategies Mode-H.R-g. Sales skills, {:( ~Expert kn0\\vlc dge1 ’ Neurolinguist ic~ Sales...Army recruiters. Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) was used as the protocol for modeling performance and acquiring information on the communication

  7. Energy Behavior Change and Army Net Zero Energy; Gaps in the Army’s Approach to Changing Energy Behavior

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    2014-06-13

    messenger approach provides only self-reinforcing information. Related is the eighth problem, which is human nature that supports complacency by only...Sustainability, and energy conservation programs. For example, the Army National Guard maintains a sustainability Facebook page as does the Assistant 67

  8. Christian Contributions to Army Values

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    D'Emma, Gregory

    2000-01-01

    .... The Army trains the soldier's body through physical training and combining arms training events designed to build physical strength and endurance so that the soldier will be physically capable...

  9. Christian Contributions to Army Values

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    D'Emma, Gregory

    2000-01-01

    .... The Army builds the soldier's heart, spirit, and soul by the values we instill. Over the years these values of loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, and personal courage have been trained and reinforced...

  10. Increasing Army Retention Through Incentives

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    Beerman, Kevin

    2006-01-01

    .... This study examines current retention issues and the Army Incentive Model. The model appears to offer a range of benefits that may retain a segment of what demographers have labeled as the Millennium Generation...

  11. Strategic Sealift Supporting Army Deployments

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    2016-06-10

    operations. As the United States Army moves into a future of fiscal uncertainty, efficient use of its support systems and available resources is more...to the study of strategic sealift as it supports deploiyment operations. As the United States Army moves into a future of fiscal uncertainty...available for DOD to acquire additional US flag shipping. They are the VISA , Voluntary Tanker Agreement (VTA), and requisitioning. ― United States

  12. Developing Leaders for Army 2020

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    2012-03-16

    Soldiers over the next five years, with a reduction of eight Brigade Combat Teams over this same time period.3 Army senior leaders and force managers ...properly reduce personnel and leader levels to meet end strength directives. As the Army draws down end strength, a challenge arises for force managers ...many managers and leaders , reducing continuity, and leaving firms with teams doing multiple tasks.48 Multi Source Assessment and Feedback instruments

  13. Taxonomia dos bruquíneos associados à Senna Neglecta (Vogel) H. S. Irwin e Barneby (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae), com revisão do grupo Abbreviatus de Sennis Bridwell (Coleoptera, Chrsomelidae, Bruchinae)

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    Viana, Jéssica Herzog Viana

    2011-01-01

    Resumo: Senna neglecta (Vogel) H. S. Irwin & Barneby ocorre nas regiões Nordeste, Sudeste e Sul do Brasil, em campos, vegetação secundária, borda e interior de mata. É uma planta estudada para uso em paisagismo, recuperação de áreas degradadas e produção de fármacos antimicrobiais. Um estudo taxonômico foi realizado com as espécies de Bruchinae (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera) associadas à esta planta a partir de caracteres morfológicos do exoesqueleto e genitália masculina e feminina. Após levant...

  14. The automated Army ROTC Questionnaire (ARQ)

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    Young, David L. H.

    1991-01-01

    The Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadet Command (ROTCCC) takes applications for its officer training program from college students and Army enlisted personnel worldwide. Each applicant is required to complete a set of application forms prior to acceptance into the ROTC program. These forms are covered by several regulations that govern the eligibility of potential applicants and guide the applicant through the application process. Eligibility criteria changes as Army regulations are periodically revised. Outdated information results in a loss of applications attributable to frustration and error. ROTCCC asked for an inexpensive and reliable way of automating their application process. After reviewing the process, it was determined that an expert system with good end user interface capabilities could be used to solve a large part of the problem. The system captures the knowledge contained within the regulations, enables the quick distribution and implementation of eligibility criteria changes, and distributes the expertise of the admissions personnel to the education centers and colleges. The expert system uses a modified version of CLIPS that was streamlined to make the most efficient use of its capabilities. A user interface with windowing capabilities provides the applicant with a simple and effective way to input his/her personal data.

  15. The Latin American Challenge and Army Hispanic Soldier Policy

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    1986-02-18

    the " Prueba Aptitud Academica," a Spanish version of the Scholastic Aptitude Exam produced by tae Educational Testing Service of Princeton, New Jersey...communication skills. In cooperation with a local community college, he has estab.ished a course entitled *Communication for Junior Leade7’s" to...Can Hispanic nursing scholarships be established? Can a cooperative English language program be developed with the Puerto Rico Army ROTC Programs

  16. The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI): 5-year report

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    Muths, Erin; Gallant, Alisa L.; Campbell Grant, Evan H.; Battaglin, William A.; Green, David E.; Staiger, Jennifer S.; Walls, Susan C.; Gunzburger, Margaret S.; Kearney, Rick F.

    2006-01-01

    The Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) is an innovative, multidisciplinary program that began in 2000 in response to a congressional directive for the Department of the Interior to address the issue of amphibian declines in the United States. ARMI’s formulation was cross-disciplinary, integrating U.S. Geological Survey scientists from Biology, Water, and Geography to develop a course of action (Corn and others, 2005a). The result has been an effective program with diverse, yet complementary, expertise.

  17. Top Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Efficiency Opportunities at DoD/Army Sites - A Guide for O&M/Energy Managers and Practitioners

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    Sullivan, Gregory P.; Dean, Jesse D.; Dixon, Douglas R.

    2007-05-25

    This report, sponsored the Army's Energy Engineering Analysis Program, provides the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Energy manager and practitioner with useful information about the top O&M opportunities consistently found across the DoD/Army sector. The target is to help the DoD/Army sector develop a well-structured and organized O&M program.

  18. 75 FR 19302 - Radiation Sources on Army Land

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    2010-04-14

    ... Department of the Army 32 CFR Part 655 RIN 0702-AA58 Radiation Sources on Army Land AGENCY: Department of the... revise its regulations concerning radiation sources on Army land. The Army requires Non-Army agencies...) other Military Departments needing an ARP to bring radioactive sources on Army lands. The Radiation...

  19. Give us back our field army! The Dutch army leadership and the operational planning during the interwar years

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    Amersfoort, H.; Amersfoort, H.; Klinkert, W.

    2011-01-01

    The 1922 Army Reform Bill reduced the Dutch army to a militia. During the period between the two World Wars Dutch army leadership sought to rebuild an army that in several repects (organization, armement, doctrine) could be compared to the armies of great powers like France and Germany. The army

  20. Women in the Army: A Selected Bibliography,

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    1982-02-01

    44. (Army orders all comianders to deal swiftly and fairly with cases of sexual harrassment .) 21. Halverson, Guy. "Women Invade Military Bastions...women in combat.) 3. Adams, Virginia. "Jane Crow in the Army: Obstacles to Sexual Inte- gration." Psychology Today, Vol. 14, October 1980, pp. 50-64... Sexual tension still exists in the Army, caused by frequent pregnancies, discrepencies in strength, and male prejudice.) 4. Bailey, Mildred. "Army

  1. Transition and Transfer of Remediated Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) Sites from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

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    Carpenter, Cliff [U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Legacy Management; Castillo, Darina [U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Legacy Management; Fatherly, Nicki [U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Miller, Michele [Navarro Research and Engineering

    2016-03-06

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) expects to receive the transfer of 10 FUSRAP Sites from the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) over the next 10 years; however, the timing of the transfers is highly dependent upon federal funding of the ongoing remedial actions. When remediation for each site is complete and the 2-year operations and maintenance period has concluded, each site will transfer from USACE to DOE for long-term surveillance and maintenance (LTS&M). US DOE’s Office of Legacy Management (LM) will accept program responsibility for these sites and conduct LTS&M activities required to maintain protectiveness, preserve site-specific knowledge, and retain the cleanup and stewardship records while keeping stakeholders informed. Since the last FUSRAP site transfer occurred in 2007, LM in coordination with USACE intends to establish a transition process to promote the seamless transfer of sites from the time when the first record of decision is signed to the completion of FUSRAP activities. The approach to transfer active FUSRAP sites to completed sites status has been historically outlined in foundational documents such as the 1999 Memorandum of Understanding and supporting letters of agreement between the two agencies. As more complex FUSRAP sites are completed, this transition process will provide a model between the two agencies to communicate future long-term care liabilities. Ultimately, the FUSRAP transition process is structured to acquire and preserve site knowledge and information necessary for protecting the environment and public health. As of 2015, LM has transitioned and accepted programmatic responsibility for over 90 sites. From LM’s perspective, successful transition of any site includes understanding the long-term environmental liabilities. LM uses site transition framework requirements from past transitions to develop site-specific transition plans. Site-specific transition plans are developed by LM in coordination with USACE and executed

  2. PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION AND INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR THE ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST: TECHNIQUE MATTERS.

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    Thelen, Mark; Koppenhaver, Shane

    2015-06-01

    The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) is a biannual training requirement for all soldiers. The Army has made significant overall fitness gains by developing functional and comprehensive Physical Readiness Training (PRT) programs, but more emphasis on individualized physical fitness test taking technique is warranted in order to optimize performance. The purpose of this clinical commentary is to provide clinicians with several examples of APFT performance enhancement techniques that can potentially be applied not only in the Army, but throughout the military and in the sports community where general fitness assessments are routinely administered. 5.

  3. Army National Guard (ARNG) Objective Supply Capability Adaptive Redesign (OSCAR) end-user manual

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    Pelath, R.P. [National Guard Bureau, Arlington, VA (United States); Rasch, K.A. [Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (United States)

    1997-12-01

    The Objective Supply Capability Adaptive Redesign (OSCAR) project is designed to identify and develop programs which automate requirements not included in standard army systems. This includes providing automated interfaces between standard army systems at the National Guard Bureau (NGB) level and at the state/territory level. As part of the OSCAR project, custom software has been installed at NGB to streamline management of major end items. This software allows item managers to provide automated disposition on excess equipment to states operating the Standard Army Retail Supply System Objective (SARSS-O). It also accelerates movement of excess assets to improve the readiness of the Army National Guard (ARNG)--while reducing excess on hand. The purpose of the End-User Manual is to provide direction and guidance to the customer for implementing the ARNG Excess Management Program.

  4. Food Program: The Army Field Feeding System

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    1990-09-24

    example, ultra-high-tem- perature ( UHT ) milk , bread, cereal, and fruit), enter the total quan- tity required (based on the actual number to be supported...days’ lead time is required for requisitioning unitized rations. (3) Order bread, UHT milk , and authorized enhancement items based on factors in...supporting MACOM. (7) Each T Ration meal served to a soldier will include a half pint of milk and 21⁄2 ounces of bread. A Ration enhancements should be added

  5. Schools: Army Correspondence Course Program Catalog

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    2001-10-26

    loading site track capability; determining the locking , bracing, and tie-down material requirements; and preparing the unit rail load plan. AOC: 88A–E...Brachial Plexus . Description: See MD0091. Crd hrs: 4. Subcourse: MD0094 Title: The Back. Description: See MD0091. Crd hrs: 4. Subcourse: MD0095 Title

  6. Legal Services: The Army Legal Assistance Program

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    1996-02-21

    legal services providedpro bono publico are not always on a no-fee basis because a reduced fee for professional services may be permissible in such...y f o u n d w i t h i n a p r i n c i p a l residence. Pro bono publico Legal services provided by civilian attorneys “for the public good or welfare...business activities, 3–6, 3–8 P r i v i l e g e , a t t o r n e y - c l i e n t , 3 – 8 , 4 – 3 , 4 – 8 , 5–5 Prisoners, 2–5 Pro bono publico , 3–7

  7. Clinical Investigation Program (Tripler Army Medical Center)

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    1991-10-01

    Therapy (0) 9H91 Johnson, A. C. 52 A Randomized Controlled Prophylactic Study of Clofazimine to Prevent M cobacterium Avium Complex Infection in HIV...64 Effects of Aspirin vs Coumadin on the Prevention of Progression of Calf-Vein DVT to Proximal DVT (0) DEPARTMENT OF NURSING 21H91 Gonzalez, K. 65...Peptide (ANP), Plasma Renin Activity, and Aldosterone, in Normal Pregnancies, and Those at Risk for Preeclampsia (C) (PR) xiii Protocol Number Page

  8. PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION AND INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR THE ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST: TECHNIQUE MATTERS

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    Thelen, Mark; Koppenhaver, Shane

    2015-01-01

    The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) is a biannual training requirement for all soldiers. The Army has made significant overall fitness gains by developing functional and comprehensive Physical Readiness Training (PRT) programs, but more emphasis on individualized physical fitness test taking technique is warranted in order to optimize performance. The purpose of this clinical commentary is to provide clinicians with several examples of APFT performance enhancement techniques that can potent...

  9. Getting it Right: The Endurance of Improvised Explosive Device Education in the US Army

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    2017-05-25

    Getting it Right: The Endurance of Improvised Explosive Device Education in the US Army A Monograph by MAJ Christian R. Johnson United States...Endurance of Improvised Explosive Device Education in the US Army 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S...Page Name of Candidate: Major Christian R. Johnson Monograph Title: Getting it Right: The Endurance of Improvised Explosive Device Education in the US

  10. Army Training Study: Concepts of the Army Training System.

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    1978-08-08

    Course, Fort -. Knox, KY: 23 April 1976. -4.𔄁 4<- AdmB’-."mato EgnerPo iB-vonC7atFfctvns Greer, George D., Jr. and Myers, Martha . Basic Military...and Winston Inc., 1969. Nussbaum , D. "Relationship Between Funding and Readiness (USAREUR Model)." Presentation to the Army Training Study, Fort

  11. Battles: Intelligent Army versus Insurgency

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    Shanahan, Linda; Sen, Surajit

    2009-03-01

    A ``simple'' battle can be thought of as a conflict between two parties, each with finite reserves, and typically fought on one side’s territory. Modern battles are often strategic, based largely on the speed of information processing and decision making and are mission oriented rather than to annex new territory. Here, we analyze such battles using a simple model in which the ``blue'' army fights a strategic battle against a ``red'' army that is well matched in combat power and in red’s territory. We assume that the blue army attacks strategically while the red army attempts to neutralize the enemy when in close enough proximity, implemented here as ``on- site,'' with randomly varying force levels to potentially confuse and drive the blue's strategies. The temporal evolution of the model battles incorporate randomness in the deployment of the reds and hence possess attendant history dependence. We show that minimizing risk exposure and making strategic moves based on local intelligence are often the deciding factors that determine the outcome of battles among well matched adversaries.

  12. Index to Army Times 1991

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    1992-08-01

    Times; Jan. 28, 1991; 51(26): p. 10. DEFENSE OUTPLACEMENT REFERRAL SYSTEM (DORS) Service to find the right desk for your resume. Army Times; Oct. 28...DEPENDENT SCHOOLS (DODDS) DORS SEE DEFENSE OUTPLACEMENT REFERRAL SYSTEM (DORS) DOUBLE DIPPING SEE RETIRED MILITARY PERSONNEL--DUAL COMPENSATION 0 38 DRAGON

  13. Army Environmental Cleanup Strategic Plan

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    2009-05-01

    Serves an enduring document to guide future strategic plans – Establishes ISO 14001 framework for cleanup; complies w/GPRA  Army Environmental...follow ISO 14001 – Plan - Complete the FY10-11 Strategic Plan – Do - Implement Activities According to the Plan – Check - Evaluate Progress Against the

  14. Advanced information processing system: The Army fault tolerant architecture conceptual study. Volume 1: Army fault tolerant architecture overview

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    Harper, R. E.; Alger, L. S.; Babikyan, C. A.; Butler, B. P.; Friend, S. A.; Ganska, R. J.; Lala, J. H.; Masotto, T. K.; Meyer, A. J.; Morton, D. P.

    1992-01-01

    Digital computing systems needed for Army programs such as the Computer-Aided Low Altitude Helicopter Flight Program and the Armored Systems Modernization (ASM) vehicles may be characterized by high computational throughput and input/output bandwidth, hard real-time response, high reliability and availability, and maintainability, testability, and producibility requirements. In addition, such a system should be affordable to produce, procure, maintain, and upgrade. To address these needs, the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) is being designed and constructed under a three-year program comprised of a conceptual study, detailed design and fabrication, and demonstration and validation phases. Described here are the results of the conceptual study phase of the AFTA development. Given here is an introduction to the AFTA program, its objectives, and key elements of its technical approach. A format is designed for representing mission requirements in a manner suitable for first order AFTA sizing and analysis, followed by a discussion of the current state of mission requirements acquisition for the targeted Army missions. An overview is given of AFTA's architectural theory of operation.

  15. 1984 Program Report on the Army-Navy Initiative in the National Capital Area in Support of the Department of Defense Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program for High School Students

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    1985-03-01

    Jennifer Vervier Conducted research to characterize Mentor: Robert Anderson the immune factor contained in the John Carroll High School coelonic...a local computer program. Oxon Hill Science and Technology Two experiments were using laser and Prince George’s County, Md. the third was a dense...Dr. D. Patrick blishing pathogenesis and persistance Winston Churchill High School of murine rotavirus . Montgomery County, Md. Leonard Lee Assisted in

  16. Review of Army Analysis. Volume 2. Appendixes C-M

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    1979-04-01

    8217.•iadvisor is to assure steps be taken to make all analysts "belong" to an Important single comunity as perceived In their own minds and in the minds...scrupulously avoid setting or appearing to set Army objectives. However, the comunity , if it is as bright as alleged, can help, The help should not come from... satisfaction with overall contractor ef- forts of more than 50 percent of their study programs. (5) The qualitative advantages typically associated with

  17. Army Communicator. Volume 36, Number 4, Winter 2011

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    2011-01-01

    knowledge and accelerate learning as units and personnel rotate in and out of theaters or organizations.” Army leaders realized that “without...QuickScan 20 Winter - 2011 The Future Signal Corps Leaders are the critical element in the network By MAJ Jay H. Anson This article uses the Kotter ...Spoth, 2010). Had the two Services collaborated on their unmanned aerial system programs, the DOD would Applying the Kotter Change Model in shaping

  18. Development of a Measure of Family Adaptation to the Army.

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    1991-04-01

    NAME OF FUNDING/SPONSORING r8b. OFFICE SYMBOL 9. PROCUREMENT INSTRUMENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 3: GANZATIONU.b. Army R serch (If applicable...family strengths and family adaptation to the military. It provides data on how to develop programs and services that assist families in making...providers, and policy makers. Researchers can use the new measures to assess the strengths and adaptability of the military families in their

  19. The United States Army Medical Department Journal, January - March 2009

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    2009-03-01

    postdoctoral-level fellowship, with most officers* holding PhDs or doctoral degrees in medicine, veterinary science, or dentistry . The program...jj^HH^ THE UNITED STATES ARMY VETERINARY (1ORPS January - March 2009 Perspective M(i Russell J. Czerw A Corps Challenged, Capable, and Committed...otworking, and Collaboration Actions by the DoD Veterinary Food Analyst and Diagnostic Laboratory IK koge^MLMfl reats Squaa Deployment in Support

  20. 2014 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Army Civilian Leader Findings

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    2015-06-01

    Course ( SDC ) while only half (53%) have participated in other CES courses. More than half of civilian leaders (59%) rate institutional courses as...via distributed learning (DL). The Supervisor Development Course ( SDC ) is viewed as relevant to the current duties of civilian and uniformed...of Army Civilian Leader Development. Supervisor Development Course The Supervisor Development Course ( SDC ) provides military and civilian

  1. 2013 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Army Civilian Leaders

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    2014-05-30

    particularly courses offered entirely via distributed learning (DL). The Supervisor Development Course ( SDC ) is viewed as relevant to the current...assessed by the 2013 CASAL. 49 Supervisor Development Course The Supervisor Development Course ( SDC ) provides military and civilian supervisors and...managers of Army civilians the administration skills for management and basic supervision. The SDC is conducted via distributed learning (DL) and

  2. 2013 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Army Civilian Leaders

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    2014-05-01

    Knowledge and Self-Discipline. The lowest rated attributes are Total Fitness (physical, health, psychological, spiritual , behavioral and social...immediate superiors are strongly associated with positive ratings of their superior’s values, empathy , getting results and building trust. Civilian...living the Army Values, Getting Results and demonstrating Empathy explains a significant amount of variance in the level of trust civilian leader

  3. Exploring the Complexities of Army Civilians and the Army Profession

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    2013-03-01

    performance, correction of inadequate performance, and separation (termination) for failure to improve their performance or meet required standards...table of penalties for infractions—misconduct and failure of performance—consisting of a suggested range of punishments for each of the various...should take steps to overcome the biases and presuppositions from both groups. Further, Army leaders need to determine if civilians are part of the

  4. Customer Service and the U.S. Army Information Systems Selection and Acquisition Agency.

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    This thesis identifies the customer service attitudes between the United States Army Information Systems Selection and Acquisition Agency (USAISSAA...improve its customer service. The thesis answers two subproblems. The first subproblem was to identify, analyze, and interpret the customer service...attitudes that exist between USAISSAA and program managers. USAISSAA employees and program managers completed surveys to provide their perceptions of the

  5. Department of the Army Justification of Estimates for Fiscal Year 1984 Submitted to Congress January 1983. Procurement Programs, Aircraft, Missiles, Weapons & Tracked Combat Vehicles, Ammunition and Other National Guard Equipment. Part 3.

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    1983-01-01

    Massachusetts Avenue ASA(RDI&A) (21672) 1 APA only Washington, DC 20314 ASA(M&RA) (21594) 1 DANA-WSN (3B455) 6 SALL (2C638) 24 MIPA only Comander 2 DACA ...BUL (3A652) 14 DAA-WSW (3D455) 7 US Army Material & Readiness DACA -BUF (33663) 10 PWTCV only Comand DACA -ZIA (23664) 1 DANA-CS (31432) 2 ATTN: DRCSM...1..... 3-5 jinwary 1983 A P.r.cuwsaant of WSTGVArmky 312O .5403 Programa and Financing (in thouand. o1F dallaral 11111 Fiscal prows Itudgt plan

  6. Army and Frontier in Russia

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    1986-10-01

    with the dead hand of military formalism .2 4 In ways unperceived and probably unintended the Cossack forces of Imperial Russia became a curious...persistent fixtures within the Russian Army, albeit increasingly regularized and increasingly integrated into the formal military establishment. They...43.R. R. Tsiffer, "Zametki o voine v malokul’turnykh teatrakh i metode ee izucheniia," Voina i revoliutsiia, No. 11 (Nov. 1928), 132-139. 28

  7. The Marketability of Army Officers

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    1992-04-14

    capital ( Nussbaum , 1988).I I I I 1 19 I Governmental measures at the state level which foster job training include the California Employment Training I...Plight. Business Month, 133 (1) : 50-51. Nussbaum , B. 1988. Needed: Human Capital. Business Week, 3070: 100-103. Novack, J. 1991. Back to civy street...The second son of Howell J. and Martha Malham, he graduated from Memorial High School, Houston, I Texas, in May 1976 and entered the United States Army

  8. Strategic Sourcing in the Army

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    2013-09-01

    assist. While DoD’s reviews are not all- inclusive with regard to its strategic sourcing initiatives, they do provide useful highlights of the...formal Strategic Sourcing office has not been implemented. The Army Business Council, which is all inclusive of business systems, does capture a...agency’s Chief Acquisition Officer (CAO), Chief Financial Officer ( CFO ), and Chief Information Officer (CIO) are responsible for the overall development

  9. Army Ants as Research and Collection Tools

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    Smith, Adrian A.; Haight, Kevin L.

    2008-01-01

    Ants that fall prey to the raids of army ants commonly respond by evacuating their nests. This documented behavior has been underexploited by researchers as an efficient research tool. This study focuses on the evacuation response of the southwestern desert ant Aphaenogaster cockerelli André (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) to the army ant Newamyrmex nigrescens Cresson. It is shown that army ants can be used to collect mature colonies of ants. The applicability of this tool to ecologically meaningfu...

  10. Getting It Right: Revamping Army Talent Management

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    2015-06-01

    Thomas Edison in 1878.44 GE’s modern management practices have been widely emulated, and GE has a history of promoting its leadership internally...Honorable Thomas Lamont, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, and then Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Commander...the time, and Honorable Thomas Lamont, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs. General Dempsey declared, “…this is going

  11. Sustaining Army Civilians: Senior Leaders’ Responsibility

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    2012-02-27

    truism reverberates: “ Vision without action is hallucination ". In this constantly changing environment, strategic leaders must effectively lead change...memorandum to Army leaders laying out his vision for effective hiring: Effectively attract/recruit a high caliber workforce in accordance with...ability to provide a clear vision and to effectively lead change to meet that vision . Field Manual 6-22 (The Army Leadership Manual) describes an Army

  12. Controls Over Army Real Property Financial Reporting

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    2008-03-28

    Controls Over Army Real Property Financial Reporting Report No. D-2008-072 March 28, 2008 Report Documentation Page Form...COVERED 00-00-2008 to 00-00-2008 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Controls Over Army Real Property Financial Reporting 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER...DIRECTOR, DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE SUBJECT: Report on Controls Over Army Real Property Financial Reporting ( Report No. D-2008-072

  13. Addressing Deficiencies in Army Civilian Leader Development

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    Keller, Jonathan S

    2008-01-01

    .... A well managed, comparable, and integrated Army leader training, education, and development framework, designed to create shared and combined developmental experiences, is essential for growing...

  14. Evaluation of infrared radiant heaters for Army applications

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    Kedl, R.J.

    1987-11-01

    This report evaluates the use of infrared radiant heaters for Army applications. Radiant-heater operation and the kinds of heaters available are described. Based on information published in the literature and furnished by the manufacturers, energy savings of 20 to 50% can be expected, compared with conventional heating systems. The greatest savings are usually associated with large industrial-type buildings with high roofs, poor insulation, and high infiltration. High-bay maintenance shops and aircraft hangars, which are common in the Army, are ideal candidates for gas- or oil-fired radiant heaters (both new and retrofit applications). A simple payback period of 2 to 5 years is estimated achievable for a retrofit installation when the fuel cost is $4/MBtu or more and the fuel savings are 40% or more. A program that would lead to a better understanding of the fuel saving potential for different classes of buildings is recommended.

  15. Job Stress and Coping in Army Casualty Operations Workers

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    1991-01-14

    hard exeutive-. Health Sstress. Homewood, IL: Dow-Jones Irwin. Maslach , C. (1982). Burnout % The g of caring. Engelwood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice...that can lead to low morale, stress, burnout and psychiatric illness. In order to ascertain sources of job related stress and Coping mechanisms, this...are provided for reducing stress-related problems in the work environment. Theoretical Background Since Freudenberger (1974) first defined " burnout

  16. The U.S. Army Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland: 1960-1996.

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    Gaydos, Joel C; Mallon, Timothy M; Rice, William A

    2016-11-01

    Reorganization of the Army and critical assessment of Army Graduate Medical Education programs prompted the Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) Consultant to the Army Surgeon General to initiate a review of current Army OEM residency training. Available information indicated the Army OEM residency at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, was the first and longest operating Army OEM residency. Describing this residency was identified as the first step in the review, with the objectives of determining why the residency was started and sustained and its relevance to the needs of the Army. Records possibly related to the residency were reviewed, starting with 1954 since certification of physicians as Occupation Medicine specialists began in 1955. Interviews were conducted with selected physicians who had strong affiliations with the Army residency and the practice of Army OEM. The Army OEM residency began in 1960 and closed in 1996 with the transfer of Army OEM residency training to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. Over 36 years, 47 uniformed residency graduates were identified; 44 were from the Army. Forty graduated between 1982 and 1996. The OEM residency was part of a dynamic cycle. Uniformed OEM leaders identified the knowledge and skills required of military OEM physicians and where these people should be stationed in the global Army. Rotations at military sites to acquire the needed knowledge and skills were integrated into the residency. Residency graduates were assigned to positions where they were needed. Having uniformed residents and preceptors facilitated the development of trust with military leaders and access to areas where OEM physician skills and knowledge could have a positive impact. Early reports indicated the residency was important in recruiting and retaining OEM physicians, with emphasis placed on supporting the Army industrial base. The late 1970s into the 1990s was a more dynamic period. There was

  17. The Evolution of Army Leader Development

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    2013-03-01

    Management Classification: Unclassified There is a growing chorus of senior military leaders , think tank...and mitigate the risk for them. The Current Model DA PAM 600-3, the Army’s officer management regulation, does not make the importance of...The Evolution of Army Leader Development by Colonel Robert P. Ashe United States Army United

  18. The Army Ethic-Inchoate but Sufficient

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    2015-06-12

    help propel the Army intentionally toward professional behavior. It shows the intentionality of the Army leadership to maintain a professional status...but debating their existence is beyond the scope of this thesis. Aristotle recognizes that this absolute may exist, but “it evidently is something...

  19. Army industrial, landscaping, and agricultural water use

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    Stoughton, Kate McMordie [Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Loper, Susan A. [Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States); Boyd, Brian K. [Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richland, WA (United States)

    2014-09-18

    The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory conducted a task for the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army to quantify the Army’s ILA water use and to help improve the data quality and installation water reporting in the Army Energy and Water Reporting System.

  20. A History of the Huntsville Division U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1988-1992 Update

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    1996-01-01

    Communities of Excellence Program ( ACOE ), an Army wide effort to improve the atmosphere of military workplaces, residences, and training facili- ties. For...Affairs Office in routine reporting and in support for special heritage opportunities.27 One of the key issues that EEO tried to address was sexual ...harassment. Between 1988 and 1992 Huntsville Division and the Department of the Army became in- creasingly concerned with preventing sexual

  1. 78 FR 69077 - Army Education Advisory Subcommittee Meeting Notice

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    2013-11-18

    ... Department of the Army Army Education Advisory Subcommittee Meeting Notice AGENCY: Department of the Army, Do... initiatives and lifelong learning. December 12--The Board will have time to compile observations pertaining to... Army Education Advisory Committee for deliberation by the Committee under the open-meeting rules...

  2. Superação de dormência na qualidade de sementes e mudas: influência na produção de Senna multijuga (L. C. Rich. Irwin & Barneby Overcoming of dormancy in the quality of seeds and seedlings: influence in the production of Senna multijuga (L.C. Rich. Irwin & barneby

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    Graziela Piveta

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste trabalho foi determinar a qualidade fisiológica e sanitária de sementes de Senna multijuga(L. C. Rich. Irwin & Barneby relacionada aos métodos de superação de dormência e à interferência na produção de mudas. As sementes foram submetidas aos seguintes métodos: imersão em água fervente, as sementes foram imersas em água, com temperatura de 100°C, até esfriar, por 24 horas; escarificação ácida, onde as sementes foram imersas em ácido sulfúrico (H2SO4 a 90%, por 10 e 20 minutos, e testemunha (sem tratamento. Foram realizados os testes de sanidade, germinação, tetrazólio e avaliação da qualidade das mudas. O delineamento experimental foi inteiramente casualizado. Para a avaliação da germinação foi utilizado um esquema fatorial (4 X 2, com quatro métodos de superação de dormência X dois fotoperíodos, para os substratos rolo-de-papel e vermiculita. A escarificação ácida constituiu-se no método mais eficiente para a superação da dormência das sementes de Senna multijuga. Penicillium sp. e Aspergillus sp. tiveram sua incidência aumentada quando o tegumento foi danificado pela escarificação ácida por 20 minutos. O controle de Fusarium spp. aumentou gradativamente com o aumento do tempo de exposição ao ácido sulfúrico.The objective of this work was to determine the physiological and sanitary quality of Senna multijugaseeds related to the methods of dormancy overcoming and the influence on the seedlings quality. The seeds had been submitted to the following methods :immersion in water fervent, the seeds had been immersed in water, at 100°C, until cooling for 24 hours; acid escarification, where the seeds had been immersed in sulfuric acid (H2SO4 90%, for 10 and 20 minutes, and control (without treatment. The tests of sanity, germination and tetrazolium had been carried through, and were evaluated the quality of the seedlings. For the germination of the evaluation an factorial project was

  3. The Army Communications Objectives Measurement System (ACOMS): Quarterly Reports

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    1988-09-01

    and sex. Findings Recall and Brand Image 0 Recall of active Army advertising is highest among all services. Both aided and unaided recall of active...specific knowledge may occur. 0 Brand image and recall of advertising for the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, Army National Guard, and Army...Reserve lag behind the active Army. Brand image differences are shown in the relatively high percentages of respondents who agree with statements about

  4. Force Reduction Impacts on Resourcing Army Operational Requirements

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    2017-03-10

    combatant commander (COCOM) and other joint and internal Army requirements. Accomplishing this mission is challenging under the best conditions and requires...DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY U.S. ARMY ELEMENT, U.S. CYBER COMMAND U.S. ARMY ENGINEER SCHOOL U.S. ARMY EUROPE REGIONAL VETERINARY COMMAND...U.S. ARMY WESTERN REGIONAL DENTAL COMMAND USA CENTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE USA COMBINED ARMS SUPPORT COMMAND & SUSTAINMENT

  5. Microvision, Inc. and U.S. Army Aviation develop laser scanning HMD

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    Lippert, Thomas M.; Rash, Clarence E.; Hauser, James J.

    2000-06-01

    Generic rotorcraft daylight helmet-mounted visually coupled display system requirements are described in this paper, followed by a short history of the Army's AIHS Program, a review of Microvision's technology, and performance test results of the project phase I and preliminary phase II HMD system deliverables.

  6. United States Army Armor Center and Fort Knox. 1996 Annual Command History,

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    1998-03-11

    inmates break addictive habits. A Multiphasic Self Development program further helped inmates manage anger and stress and establish realistic goals...Vision 2010 and Joint Vision 2010, required more than simply adding new gadgets to existing weapon platforms. The Army needed new systems with

  7. Global Combat Support System - Army Increment 2 (GCSS-A Inc 2)

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    2016-03-01

    for the program include meeting the Net-Ready established requirements and meeting critical logistics functions to include adding Aviation Enterprise...2016 Major Automated Information System Annual Report Global Combat Support System - Army Increment 2 (GCSS-A Inc 2) Defense Acquisition...MAIS - Major Automated Information System MAIS OE - MAIS Original Estimate MAR – MAIS Annual Report MDA - Milestone Decision Authority MDD - Materiel

  8. Feasibility Study of Food Waste Co-Digestion at U.S. Army Installations

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    Net Zero is a comprehensive approach to preserve natural resources by focusing on energy, water, and waste. Fort Huachuca, Arizona, is a strong advocate and participant in the Army Net Zero program. The Fort has installed energy saving and renewable energy generating systems, an...

  9. Building Spiritual Fitness in the Army: An Innovative Approach to a Vital Aspect of Human Development

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    Pargament, Kenneth I.; Sweeney, Patrick J.

    2011-01-01

    This article describes the development of the spiritual fitness component of the Army's Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) program. Spirituality is defined in the human sense as the journey people take to discover and realize their essential selves and higher order aspirations. Several theoretically and empirically based reasons are articulated…

  10. Engineer. The Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers. Volume 42. May-August 2012

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    2012-08-01

    production specialists and smiled with humility as he lis- tened to their responses. His whole life, he remained intel- lectually humble and...program development with brigades responsible for execution, the ro- bust modular brigade headquarters and an Army-wide “flat- tening ” trajectory that

  11. U.S. Army War College Key Strategic Issues List 2014-2015

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    2014-06-17

    adopting programs to optimize human performance, such as mental and physical improvement, sleep , nutrition, resilience, etc. (POC: LTC Todd...william.g.braun2.civ@mail.mil, 717-245-4078) - How much resistance to change (organizational inertia ) is necessary for the Army to function effectively; and

  12. Army Business Transformation: The Utility of Using Corporate Business Models within the Institutional Army

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    Bailer, Jr., John J

    2007-01-01

    .... Through a survey of the literature of published corporate business plans and models, military reports, Army depot case studies, and comparative analysis of emerging computer software technology...

  13. Physical fitness profile of Army ROTC cadets.

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    Thomas, David Q; Lumpp, Samantha A; Schreiber, Jamee A; Keith, James A

    2004-11-01

    One role of Army Reserved Officer's Training Corps (ROTC) programs is to physically prepare cadets for the demands of a military career. Cadets participate in physical training 3 days per week as part of their military science curriculum. Limited research has been conducted on the fitness level of ROTC cadets; therefore, the purpose of this study was to profile the physical fitness status of a cadre of ROTC cadets. Forty-three cadets (30 men and 13 women) performed Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) assessments (2-mile run, 2-minute maximum push-ups and sit-ups) and clinical assessments of fitness (Bruce protocol Vo(2)max, underwater weighing, and 1 repetition maximum [1RM] bench press tests). Mean +/- standard deviations were calculated to provide the physical fitness profile for each parameter. Male cadets (21 +/- 2.2 years; height 177.4 +/- 6.6 cm; mass 79.2 +/- 9.4 kg) scored 49.6 +/- 6.1 ml.kg(-1).min(-1) for Vo(2)max, 14.8 +/- 4.2% fat, 86.5 +/- 24.9 kg 1RM bench press, 2-mile run of 13.97 +/- 1.4 minutes, 70.5 +/- 12.8 sit-ups, and 60.2 +/- 13.2 push-ups. Female cadets (20 +/- 2.4 years; height 165.1 +/- 8.0 cm; mass 63.5 +/- 10.0 kg) scored 40.8 +/- 3.9 ml.kg(-1).min(-1) for Vo(2) max, 23.9 +/- 3.8% fat, 35.3 +/- 8.2 kg 1RM bench press, 2-mile run of 17.0 +/- 1.6 minutes, 65.0 +/- 12.9 sit-ups, and 33.3 +/- 11.2 push-ups. The mean scores were above the 83rd percentile on all APFT items and average (percent fat) to above average (Vo(2)max and men's bench press scores) when compared with peer-age and sex-corrected norms. Only the women's bench press score was below average. With the exception of the women's bench press, these ROTC cadets possessed average to above average levels of fitness.

  14. A Study to Develop an Improved Organizational Structure for the Provision of Administrative Support for the Delivery of Health Care at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center

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    1978-05-01

    found the current administrative support structure inadequate. The organizatioo lacked formal metod &-.or cooperation in problem solving. It was...board on the overall activities of the hospital." 2 No formal separate administrative structure exists within Army hospitals. In 1974 the US Army Health...through military or civilian academic programs, thus no formal in-house training program will be required. Limitations The following limitation

  15. Operational Army Reserve Implications for Organizational Health

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    Dahms, Jonathan A

    2007-01-01

    The Army Reserve has been in a constant state of mobilization since 1995 with the advent of the Bosnia crisis and the pace of mobilization increased exponentially after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001...

  16. 32 CFR 651.5 - Army policies.

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    ..., water and air quality, fish and wildlife, and other natural resources under their stewardship, and, as..., or any protected natural or ecological resources of global importance. (g) Army NEPA documentation...

  17. Accelerated Logistics: Streamlining the Army's Supply Chain

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    Wang, Mark

    2000-01-01

    ...) initiative, the Army has dramatically streamlined its supply chain, cutting order and ship times for repair parts by nearly two-thirds nationwide and over 75 percent at several of the major Forces Command (FORSCOM) installations...

  18. 75 FR 7255 - Army Educational Advisory Committee

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    .... Army War College, 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA, Command Conference Room, Root Hall, Carlisle... written statement must submit their statement to the Designated Federal Officer at USAWC, 122 Forbes...

  19. 76 FR 66282 - Army Educational Advisory Committee

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    ....S. Army War College, 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA, Command Conference Room, Root Hall, Carlisle...: Attn: Designated Federal Officer, Dept. of Academic Affairs, 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA 17013. At...

  20. 76 FR 72914 - Army Educational Advisory Committee

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    2011-11-28

    ....S. Army War College, 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA, Command Conference Room, Root Hall, Carlisle...: Attn: Designated Federal Officer, Dept. of Academic Affairs, 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA 17013. At...

  1. Transformation and the Army School System

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    Shanley, Michael G; Crowley, James C; Lewis, Matthew W; Masi, Ralph; Straus, Susan G; Leuschner, Kristin J; Hartman, Steven; Stockly, Sue

    2005-01-01

    .... The study recommends that the Army adopt private-sector models in developing interactive media instruction, develop a more effective local school system to better meet future unit training needs...

  2. Initial Flight Evaluation of the Army/NASA RASCAL Variable Stability Helicopter

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    Moralez, Ernesto, III; Hindson, William S.; Arterburn, David R.

    2000-01-01

    NASA Ames Research Center and the U.S. Army Aeroflightdynamics Directorate (AFDD) [will] have performed initial flight evaluations of the Research Flight Control System (RFCS) that has been integrated into the Army/NASA Rotorcraft Aircrew Systems Concepts Airborne Laboratory (RASCAL) variable stability helicopter. The RASCAL, a highly modified JUH-60A Black Hawk helicopter, is a variable-stability, in-flight simulator that is designed to support flight research programs that leverage on the flight control and handling qualities design tools developed by the Army and NASA. These tools are used in the flight control design life cycle from initial concept definition, through simulation, and ultimately into flight on-board the RASCAL helicopter. The RASCAL will be used to validate methodologies for reducing design cycle costs for new or modified aircraft, and it will serve as a base for the investigation of new rotorcraft technology.

  3. Opportunities and challenges for MEMS technology in Army missile systems applications

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    Ruffin, Paul B.

    1999-07-01

    The military market drives the thrust for the development of robust, high performance MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) devices with applications such as: competent and smart munitions, aircraft and missile autopilots, tactical missile guidance, fire control systems, platform stabilization, smart structures with embedded inertial sensors, missile system health monitoring, aerodynamic flow control, and multiple intelligent small projectiles. Army missile applications will be a fertile market for MEMS products, such as MEMS-based inertial sensors. MEMS technology should significantly enhance performance and provide more robust mission capability in applications where arrays of MEMS devices are required. The Army Aviation and Missile Command Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center is working diligently with other government agencies, academia, and industry to develop high performing MEMS devices to withstand shock, vibration, temperature, humidity, and long-term storage conditions often encountered by Army missile systems. The goals of the ongoing DARPA MEMS technology programs will meet a significant portion of the Army missile systems requirements. In lieu of presenting an all-inclusive review of Army MEMS applications, this paper addresses a number of opportunities and associated challenges for MEMS systems operating in military environments. Near term applications and the less mature, high-risk applications of MEMS devices are addressed.

  4. Anticipating Climate Change Impacts on Army Installations

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    2011-10-01

    ER D C SR -1 1- 1 Anticipating Climate Change Impacts on Army Installations Co ns tr uc tio n En gi ne er in g R es ea rc h La bo...distribution is unlimited. ERDC SR-11-1 October 2011 Anticipating Climate Change Impacts on Army Installations Robert C. Lozar, Matthew D...Abstract Military installations must be maintained and managed to provide appropriate training and testing opportunities. As climate changes

  5. Army Communicator. Volume 34, Number 2

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    2009-01-01

    Photography Billy Cheney, Frank Carter This is the first edition of the Army Communicator published in six years without our long serving editor, Ms. Jan...Iraqi Freedom ACRONYM QuickScan 17Army Communicator Tips for working successfully with your local Network Enterprise Center By LTC John J...obtaining the extension of the network for the exercise. You cannot help but think of the old school trick where you tell one student “the sky is

  6. Trust: Implications for the Army Profession

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    2013-10-01

    with the frameworks to understand trust and do not have the language to discuss it effec- tively. The lack of understanding is most acute when...members expressed less trust in elected or appointed civilian leaders.11 The Army Profession study concluded this sec- tion of the report, saying...mission at risk. Army culture lauds leadership and eschews management descrip- tors in the cultural idioms used in performance appraisals, awards

  7. Leadership Stability in Army Reserve Component Units

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    2013-01-01

    OMB control number. 1. REPORT DATE 2013 2. REPORT TYPE 3. DATES COVERED 00-00-2013 to 00-00-2013 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Leadership Stability in...standards for research quality and objectivity. Leadership Stability in Army Reserve Component Units Thomas F. Lippiatt, J. Michael Polich NATIONAL SECURITY...RESEARCH DIVISION Leadership Stability in Army Reserve Component Units Thomas F. Lippiatt, J. Michael Polich Prepared for the Office of the

  8. Holistic Contract Administration in Army Forces Abroad

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    2016-10-01

    51 Defense AT&L: September-October 2016 Holistic Contract Administration in Army Forces Abroad MAJ Tina L. Ramirez, USA Donald P. Gatewood...SSG Eric L. Kirkpatrick, USA SSG Krishna K. Menon. USA Ramirez was the team leader and an administrative contracting officer for the 742nd U.S. Army...positive relationship allowed the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO), Qual- ity Assurance Specialist (QAS), and CORs to work closely to- gether in

  9. Public Reporting and a More Sustainable Army

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    2009-04-01

    partially covered: EN26 Appendix A summarizes the implementation of EMS and ISO 14001 at Army installations. It does not include material...HAP Hazardous Air Pollutants IA In Accordance IBM International Business Machines INRMP Integrated Natural Resources Management Plans ISO ...Army-specific. The FY07 DoD Environmental Report to Congress (Appendix A) summa- rizes implementation of Environmental Management Systems and ISO

  10. U.S. Army Sustainability Needs

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    2012-06-12

    Schofield Barracks Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) Hickam AFB • Feb 2009 – Hybrid hydrogen vehicles operational in Hawaii • Nov 2010 – US...Army Aloha Microgrid #1 opens • Jan 2012 – US Army Aloha Microgrid #2 scheduled to be operational Microgrid Technology Achieving Efficiencies...Benning, GA) • AUSA Annual Meeting and Expo 22 - 24 October in Washington DC • Dual Use Technology Briefing & How to do Business with Primes

  11. Survey of Sexually Transmitted Disease Laboratory Methods in U.S. Army Laboratories, 2012.

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    Leamer, Nicole K; Jordan, Nikki N; Pacha, Laura A; Latif, Nabil H; Garges, Eric C; Gaydos, Joel C

    2017-03-01

    Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) affect primarily young people (17-24 years). The U.S. Military, with many young people, strives to maintain effective STD treatment and prevention programs using current methods. Laboratory testing technology and capacity are important for appropriate clinical management and to provide data to direct prevention programs. STD laboratory capabilities are assessed in civilian and military laboratories using surveys. An Army laboratory survey was conducted in 2007. The Army laboratory survey reported here was conducted on 2012 to describe STD tests done, laboratory testing practices, and testing volume to include the use of human immunodeficiency virus point-of-care tests and a novel reverse syphilis testing algorithm. A web-based survey was offered to all 32 Army laboratories in 2013 to assess testing in 2012. Twenty-two laboratories (69%), including all medical center laboratories, completed the survey. The survey was approved by the U.S. Army Human Protection Review Board. The Army laboratories reported testing more than 230,000 specimens for Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) and Neisseria gonorrhoeae (NG), with 82% and 86% using nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) methods for CT and NG, respectively. Eleven laboratories (50%) performed combined NAAT methods for CT and NG. Four (18%) performed NG antimicrobial susceptibility testing. Two (10%) screened for syphilis using the reverse algorithm. All offered in-house wet-mount microscopy for Trichomonas vaginalis. Thirteen (62%) used rapid human immunodeficiency virus testing. Comparing the 2012 results to the 2007 Army survey results, use of NAAT methods remained relatively stable while antimicrobial NG susceptibility testing decreased. Efforts to promote NAAT methods, to include testing vaginal and nongenital specimens for CT and NG, must continue. NG antibiotic resistance testing should be increased. Monitoring the use of the reverse syphilis screening algorithm is recommended to

  12. The Army’s Institutional Values: Current Doctrine and the Army’s Values Training Strategy

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    2001-06-01

    the advertised new Army Values. The Army Values set may contain components that are not actual institutional values. It may also omit some of the...laws to the military over the course of 20 years, at first to combat racism and sexism , had opened the door to endless litigation . . . Writers of

  13. The effect of command emphasis and monthly physical training on Army physical fitness scores in a National Guard Unit.

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    Powell, G D; Dumitru, D; Kennedy, J J

    1993-05-01

    Individual fitness, an important component of combat readiness, has been found to be deficient in some Reserve Component units of the United States Army. We evaluated a program of monthly physical training in an environment of increasing emphasis on unit physical fitness in an effort to determine the effect on unit performance on the semi-annual Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). This program was examined in a retrospective manner to establish its effectiveness over a 6-month period. No statistically significant improvement in APFT scores could be found over the course of the study, suggesting that such a program is not an efficient means of improving unit fitness in the Reserve Components of the United States Army.

  14. The Broken Machine: The US Army Division in the Age of Brigade Modularity

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    2017-05-15

    School of Advanced Military Studies United States Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth, Kansas 2017 Approved for...ADDRESS(ES) School of Advanced Military Studies, Advanced Militrary Studies Program 10. SPONSOR/MONITOR’S ACRONYM(S) 11. SPONSOR/MONITOR’S REPORT...training program for division staffs, is then forced to provide training and assistance in basic staff organization and administration , rather than

  15. The Role of the Armys Sustainment Think Tank in Force Modernization

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    2016-05-17

    to set the conditions for meeting future requirements across the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel...reduces the number of doctrinal publications and completely converts the CASCOM doctrine library to a new hierarchy of sustainment manuals (Army...Armed Forces. He is a graduate of the Defense Leadership and Man- agement Program, the Defense Sys- tems Management College Program Manager’s Course

  16. Army Command and Control Study - 82 (ACCS-82). Volume I. Executive Summary and Study Report.

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    1979-09-30

    OCAFF head- quarters and a contract was arranged with Johns Hopkins University to establish a group of scientific advisors, the Combat Operations Research...major role in both testing and evaluation passed to the AMC. The major innovation of the MacNamara regime was the introduction of the Program Package...basic steps in the Army budget cycle remained much the same through the seventies as they had been since MacNamara introduced the Planning, Programming

  17. The United States Army and the Sergeant Problem: The Army’s Systemic Inability to Produce Enough Sergeants and a Proposal to Fix it

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    2014-04-23

    established force-wide standards for NCO training and education based off the NCO academy in Germany. This represented the birth of the Army’s NCO academy...useful. It will determine when the Army should implement it. It will determine to what degree this program will supplement or replace current...Construction Industry," Education + Training 47, no. 4/5 (2005): 337-338; Stephen F. Hamilton, Apprenticeship for Adulthood . Preparing Youth for the Future

  18. Assessing Army Professional Forums Metrics for Effectiveness and Impact

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    Cianciolo, Anna T; Heiden, Charles G; Prevou, Michael I

    2006-01-01

    ... meet the challenges brought on by Army transformation. Army professional forums (APFs), powered by advances in collaborative toolsets and multimedia presentation software, provide a means for leader self-development and professional growth...

  19. Nanotechnology Laboratory Collaborates with Army to Develop Botulism Vaccine | FNLCR

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    The Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory (NCL) is collaborating with the Army to develop a candidate vaccine against botulism. Under a collaboration agreement between the National Cancer Institute and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of

  20. 1988 active Army physical fitness survey.

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    O'Connor, J S; Bahrke, M S; Tetu, R G

    1990-12-01

    The U.S. Army Physical Fitness School (USAPFS) at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN was tasked with measuring the physical fitness of the active Army. Performance on the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) was used to determine fitness levels. Data were collected at 14 U.S. Army installations CONUS-wide between October 1 and November 30, 1988. Five thousand three hundred forty-six male and 676 female active Army soldiers (N = 6.022) between the ages of 17-52 and in 60 military occupational specialties (MOSs) participated in the study. Generally, the results were favorable. Senior age groups performed well overall, especially females. Improvement in muscular strength and endurance conditioning since 1984 was also observed. However, concern was raised about poor performance in the youngest age group (17-21), where 16.6% of the males failed the 2-mile run event and 29.0% failed overall. Likewise, for females in the 17-21 year age group, 28.8% failed the 2-mile run and 36.0% failed overall. Several reasons are suggested for the poor performance of the younger age groups, including inadequate leadership in fitness training and low levels of self-motivation. This study suggest that many soldiers, especially young soldiers, may not possess sufficient levels of physical fitness to meet the physical demands of war.

  1. Bot armies as threats to network security

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    Banks, Sheila B.; Stytz, Martin R.

    2007-04-01

    "Botnets", or "bot armies", are large groups of remotely controlled malicious software. Bot armies pose one of the most serious security threats to all networks. Botnets, remotely controlled and operated by botmasters or botherders, can launch massive denial of service attacks, multiple penetration attacks, or any other malicious network activity on a massive scale. While bot army activity has, in the past, been limited to fraud, blackmail, and other forms of criminal activity, their potential for causing large-scale damage to the entire internet; for launching large-scale, coordinated attacks on government computers and networks; and for large-scale, coordinated data gathering from thousands of users and computers on any network has been underestimated. This paper will not discuss how to build bots but the threats they pose. In a "botnet" or "bot army", computers can be used to spread spam, launch denial-of-service attacks against Web sites, conduct fraudulent activities, and prevent authorized network traffic from traversing the network. In this paper we discuss botnets and the technologies that underlie this threat to network and computer security. The first section motivates the need for improved protection against botnets, their technologies, and for further research about botnets. The second contains background information about bot armies and their key underlying technologies. The third section presents a discussion of the types of attacks that botnets can conduct and potential defenses against them. The fourth section contains a summary and suggestions for future research and development.

  2. Preparing Women for Strategic Leadership Roles in the Army

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    2003-03-01

    USAWC STRATEGY RESEARCH PROJECT PREPARING WOMEN FOR STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP ROLES IN THE ARMY by COL Susan R. Myers U.S. Army CDR Robert Kedney Project...to xx-xx-2003 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Preparing Women for Strategic Leadership Roles in the Army Unclassified 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c...ii iii ABSTRACT AUTHOR: COL Susan R. Myers TITLE: Preparing Women for Strategic Leadership Roles in the Army FORMAT: Strategy Research Project DATE: 01

  3. Mortality Surveillance in the U.S. Army 20052014

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    2016-07-01

    references used within this report. The glossary provides a list of abbreviations. 3 Authority Army Regulation (AR) 40-5 (Preventive Medicine , 25 May 2007...poisonings from gases /vapors, pending, and all other accidental deaths. 6.2.4 Natural Deaths Natural causes accounted for 1,237 (14%) of the...restrictions for preventing US Army suicide. Military Psychology. 2015;27(6):384-390. 14. U.S. Army Medical Command. Army Medicine 2020 Campaign

  4. 2007 Posture Statement, Army Reserve: An Operational Force

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    2007-01-01

    2 c A demobilized Army Reserve Soldier (and his/her family) is eligible for up to 180 days of transitional health care, called Transitional...a military installation. c Army Teen Panel (ATP). The Army Reserve has two seats on the ATP. The ATP was started in 1995 to help young people

  5. Climate Assessment for Army Enterprise Planning Fact Sheet

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    2017-11-30

    Installation Range Complex Master Plan, Installation Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan, and Installation Critical Infrastructure Risk Management ...TITLE: Climate Assessment for Army Enterprise Planning SUBMITTING ORGANIZATION: ERDC STO START YEAR / END YEAR: FY14-FY17 1. NARRATIVE...change and related trending dynamic conditions to improve Army enterprise decisions. This effort provided Army enterprise decision metrics that are

  6. Drug abuse control and the Salvation Army.

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    Gauntlett, S L

    1991-01-01

    The Salvation Army has been involved in the control of drug abuse since it was founded over 120 years ago, when alcohol was the predominant concern. Today, alcohol is still the most commonly abused substance, but the Salvation Army is increasingly tackling other forms of substance abuse as well. High priority is given to prevention of all levels and by all means through a network of over 200 specialized rehabilitation centres throughout the world, in addition to programmes within hostels for the homeless, where there is a high proportion of alcohol and other substance abusers. The Salvation Army endeavours to help drug-dependent persons to abstain from using drugs and achieve a healthy and happy life. It is of the view that, as drug dependence is usually a manifestation of deeper needs, the spiritual component is vital in dealing with drug abuse of all types.

  7. The Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE) Annual Survey of the Army Profession (CASAP FY15)

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    2015-09-01

    and Army Civilians embrace their shared identity and express commitment to "live by and uphold the Army Ethic ." However, coaching, counseling ...subordinates to embrace the moral principles of the Army Ethic , demonstrating through their decisions and actions that they are committed to doing...live by and uphold the Army Ethic ,” the overwhelming majority agree with the doctrinal principle that right decisions and actions must be ethical

  8. A history of US Army PAs.

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    Chalupa, Robyn L; Marble, W Sanders

    2017-11-01

    The US military has a long tradition of using physician assistants (PAs). The Army began using PAs in 1971 in an effort to supplement the physicians and surgeons in the medical corps. As their numbers grew, PAs gradually replaced general medical officers assigned to battalions. Later, specialty positions developed in aviation medicine, orthopedics, and emergency medicine. The need for a PA serving as an adviser in the major commands slowly developed at all levels of leadership. In 2015, the Army removed limitations on female PAs assigned to combat units. PAs lead in tactical and clinical settings, filling command roles, senior clinical positions, and administrative leadership roles.

  9. Physician Retention in the Army Medical Department

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    2009-03-16

    into the Army, the fact that the Army did not meet its HPSP recruiting goals from Fiscal Year 2004 to 2007 gives reason for concern .2 Therefore the...Fifteen years ago, these jobs were filled by General Medical Officers ( GMO ) -- graduates of internships who spent some time “muddying their boots” in the...field while waiting a year or two for the residency position of their choice. Today, the GMO is an endangered species. In an effort to provide the best

  10. Distribution of cardiovascular risk factors in Belgian army men.

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    Mullie, Patrick; Clarys, Peter; Hulens, Mieke; Vansant, Greet

    2010-01-01

    The objective was to determine the prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors in Belgian army men. Biomedical data and cardiovascular risk factors were obtained by a mailed questionnaire and by data collected from a medical software program (Total Health). The number of responders to the mailing was 1852; 974 of the 1852 responders and 420 of the 3148 nonresponders were registered in Total Health. The prevalence of obesity was 5.6%, 15.0%, and 19.5%, respectively, for officers, noncommissioned officers, and soldiers. There was a strong socioeconomic gradient in the prevalence of smoking: 12.7% of the officers were smokers, compared with 19.7% of the noncommissioned officers and 29.5% of the soldiers (p < .001). Only 8.5% of the officers had a 10-year risk of more than 5% of developing fatal cardiovascular disease, compared with 18% of the lower socioeconomic positions. In conclusion, high-risk groups in Belgian army men are younger than 40 years of age, and smokers. Active prevention should focus on this group with special attention to the specificity of each rank category.

  11. Army Business Transformation: The Utility of Using Corporate Business Models within the Institutional Army

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    Bailer, Jr., John J

    2007-01-01

    .... This study finds that working corporate models, such as Lean Six Sigma (LSS), are available which are already enabling the transformation of a very specific aspect within the institutional Army...

  12. 2013 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Main Findings

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    2014-04-01

    representativeness across the Army. The respondent sample closely approximated the population of the Army in distribution of component and gender as...perceived inequality . Displaying favoritism can degrade a leader’s perceived trustworthiness. Among AC leaders, company grade officers (22%) and Jr NCOs...or ‘favorites’ in lieu of the most qualified personnel, unequal enforcement of standards and discipline, and use of discretion in workplace justice

  13. Army Strong: Equipped, Trained and Ready. Final Report of the 2010 Army Acquisition Review

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    2011-01-01

    Army, Executive Officer John R. Cason , Senior Acquisition Policy Advisor Hye Sun Miller, Executive Assistant The panel also received support...Panel Executive Officer • John Cason , Acquisition Policy Advisor, ASA(ALT) • Hye Sun Miller, Executive Assistant The Panel also received support...34Service Contracting," Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Acquisition, Logistics and Technology, email to John R. Cason , 26 October 2010

  14. Attrition during Training in the Army Reserve and Army National Guard

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    1984-08-01

    4• - iii ... PREFACE This Note anilyzes Lraining I., ttrition in the Army Reserve and Army Natiotial Guard. The analysis was conducted for the Office... employee att~i utes--screening attributes, which can be observed by the employer prior to employment, rind performance attributes, observed by the empioy...aployer. (:ritical le’els exist for both the employee and the employer. Sl..arat ion will occur if either employee performance on the moonlighting ioi

  15. Army Science Board Ad Hoc Sub-Group Report on Energy Needs of the Army,

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    1980-10-01

    RDA)) an Ad Hoc Sub- Group ( AHSG ) of the Army Science Board (ASB) was convened to address the following questions: 1. What are the current and...resources? B. It came as a surprise to the AHSG to learn that the Army’s peacetime energy consumption represented 18 percent of the total consumption of the...relative requirements would shift drastically in wartime, but clearly the total amounts needed would increase. The AHSG was unable to as- sess adequately the

  16. A Case Study: The Effects of the British Army against the Irish Republican Army

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    1989-09-01

    oit ical m e’, o change this attitiude and introdtice reforms in Nothern Ireland . By seizing power, Heath hoped the Cathol o -’oniiy Wool(1 feel re...the significant events in Northern Ireland since 1969 which involved the British Army and the Irish Republican Army were chronicled. Presently...factors in the Northern Ireland situation were outlined. The study founca that troops can have a wide variety of effects. In particular, this study found

  17. Design of the Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS).

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    Kessler, Ronald C; Colpe, Lisa J; Fullerton, Carol S; Gebler, Nancy; Naifeh, James A; Nock, Matthew K; Sampson, Nancy A; Schoenbaum, Michael; Zaslavsky, Alan M; Stein, Murray B; Ursano, Robert J; Heeringa, Steven G

    2013-12-01

    The Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers (Army STARRS) is a multi-component epidemiological and neurobiological study designed to generate actionable evidence-based recommendations to reduce US Army suicides and increase basic knowledge about the determinants of suicidality. This report presents an overview of the designs of the six components of the Army STARRS. These include: an integrated analysis of the Historical Administrative Data Study (HADS) designed to provide data on significant administrative predictors of suicides among the more than 1.6 million soldiers on active duty in 2004-2009; retrospective case-control studies of suicide attempts and fatalities; separate large-scale cross-sectional studies of new soldiers (i.e. those just beginning Basic Combat Training [BCT], who completed self-administered questionnaires [SAQs] and neurocognitive tests and provided blood samples) and soldiers exclusive of those in BCT (who completed SAQs); a pre-post deployment study of soldiers in three Brigade Combat Teams about to deploy to Afghanistan (who completed SAQs and provided blood samples) followed multiple times after returning from deployment; and a platform for following up Army STARRS participants who have returned to civilian life. Department of Defense/Army administrative data records are linked with SAQ data to examine prospective associations between self-reports and subsequent suicidality. The presentation closes with a discussion of the methodological advantages of cross-component coordination. Copyright © 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  18. SOUTH AFRICAN ARMY RANKS AND INSIGNIA

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    major, cap- tain, lieutenant;. Other Ranks : Warrant officer, staff sergeant, sergeant, corporal, lance-cor- poral, private.' We apparently had no need for second lieuten- ants at that time, and they were introduced only .... Army warrant officers can also hold the cmmon serv- ice posts of Sergeant-Major of Special Forces.

  19. Inside the Soviet Army in Afghanistan

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    1988-05-01

    insufficient physical development and there are even believers among 42 :NSIDE THE SOVIET ARMY IN AFGHANISTAN Russian riots by thousands of young Kazakhs in...equipment for drugs and food. Military goods stolen and sold or bartered include boots, blankets , spare parts, tires, construction materi- als, gasoline

  20. Data Warehouse Architecture for Army Installations

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    1999-11-01

    Army [HQDA], Washington, DC, May 1994). Asbrand, Deboraw, "Is Datamining Ready for the Masses?" Datamation, November 1997. Beitler, Stephen, and Ryan...Warehousing, Summer 1998. Kay, Emily, "The Democratization of Datamining ," Datamation, June 1998. Kimball, Ralph, "A Dimensional Modeling Manifesto," DBMS

  1. Selecting the Optimum Army Stock Fund Structure

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    1991-08-01

    divisions: * Operations management * Financial management * Office organization * Performance analysis * Personnel. THE ARMY WHOLESALE STOCK FUND Operations...with DCSLOG. Office Organization Each MSC has a stock fund office, normally subordinate to the Directorate of Materiel Management, that is supervised...to subordinate elements of the retail divisions. Office Organization All ASF retail divisions are governed by OSD and HQDA guidance to operate their

  2. Economic Value of Army Foreign Military Sales

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    2015-12-01

    Iraqi Freedom in July 2004. After Iraq, his unit redeployed to Fort Carson , CO where MAJ Allen served as the squadron Signal Officer for 3 rd...exports and cooperation, Ms. Ann Cataldo. Retrieved from http://www.army.mil/article/79434/Deputy_

  3. Army Water Reuse Policy - A Decision Document

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    2010-06-01

    disinfection • Analytical monitoring methodology for trace organics • Recycled water quality data meets all drinking water standards US Army Corps...uses. • Graywater or untreated effluent from laundry , dishwashing, and personal hygiene/bathing will not be recycled or reused as part of a United

  4. America’s Army - Our Profession

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    2013-02-01

    requirements of regulations, punishment for breaking regulations, or the consequences of errors in judgment. However, it is important to understand...corps, while providing us the “why and how” we practice our profession. The 2nd Quarter theme, “Army Customs, Cour- tesies , and Traditions,” sustains

  5. Army Communicator. Volume 34, Number 3, 2009

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    2009-01-01

    Welterweight champion on 15 May. *On 17 May, the SLC students provided support to the Evans High School Track Team during the Ameri- can Cancer...from across the U.S. Army Garrison Wies- baden sat in the bleachers and listened. The 102nd Signal Battalion’s July 30 NCO Forum celebrated the

  6. Multistage Deployment of the Army Theater Hospital

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    2013-12-01

    2. Analysis ...............................................................................................43 E. COMMANDER’S RISK ASSESMENT EFFECTS...continental United States CSH combat support hospital CT computed tomography FASH forward Army surgical hospital FH field hospital FSH forward... computed tomography (CT) scanner versus a FST having a simple and portable X-ray machine. Figure 4. A forward surgical team has appropriate mobility

  7. Ensuring That Army Infrastructure Meets Strategic Needs

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    2008-01-01

    buffering will occur at each installation. For example, an installation may have a plan to create a one- mile buffer around itself to prevent encroachment...Gereben Schaefer, and Laurinda L. Zeman , Hurricane Katrina: Lessons for Army Planning and Operations, Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, MG-603-A

  8. After the Spring: Reforming Arab Armies

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    2014-09-01

    philosophy, and theory of strategy; and, • Other issues of importance to the leadership of the Army. Studies produced by civilian and military analysts...Arab region, and intercultural communication. She was previously assigned to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Defence College and the

  9. A Study to Develop a Decision Support Model for the Assessment of Needs and Prioritization of Recruitment/Selection Activities Under the Military- Civilian Health Services Partnership Program at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital

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    1989-07-01

    at least one beneficiary category m received a direct financial benefit through use of the Joint HealthM 0 C Benefits Delivery Program. Dependents of...Lester C. "Medicine versus Economics." The New England Journal of Medicine." 1985. 313(10)s 611-14. U.S. Department of Defense. Department of Defense...professional and scientific journals . 6. It is understood that no care rendered pursuant to this agreement will be a part of a study, research grant, or other

  10. Development of Helicopter Capabilities in the U.S. Army During the Korean and Vietnam Wars

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    2016-06-10

    DEVELOPMENT OF HELICOPTER CAPABILITIES IN THE U.S. ARMY DURING THE KOREAN AND VIETNAM WARS A thesis presented to the Faculty...Korean and Vietnam Wars 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Major Denys Soboliev 5d. PROJECT...Distribution is Unlimited 13. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 14. ABSTRACT The Vietnam War was the first conflict with a large helicopter involvement from the

  11. Making the Connection: Beneficial Collaboration Between Army Installations and Energy Utility Companies

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    2011-01-01

    of a 50-year housing privatization contract with the U.S. Army.20 Sustainable Interiors Showroom While not specifically an energy-focused program...the Sustainable Interiors Showroom is a project of the sustainability team that features energy-saving (and water-saving) products. Fort Lewis has...Sustainable Interiors Showroom (factsheet),” Fort Lewis, Washington, undated. Fort Lewis, “Fort Lewis Executive Summary, Five Year Plan

  12. Building on a Foundation of Strength: Fiscal Year 2012 United States Army Annual Financial Report

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    2012-01-01

    amputations, burns, paralysis , traumatic brain injury, and post-traumatic stress, or to incurable and fatal diseases. This population is supported by...committed to improving its support systems, from enhancing Wounded Warrior programs to sustaining high-quality housing, child care, and recreation services...care, housing, school support, child and youth services, and recreational and quality-of-life opportunities for single Soldiers. The Army has joined

  13. Personal Equipment and Clothing Correction Factors for the Australian Army: A Pilot Survey

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    2014-11-01

    Soldier Combat Ensemble SD Standard Deviation SMSPO Soldier Modernisation Systems Program Office TBAS Tiered Body Armour System TEM Technical Error...Tier 2 Tiered Body Armour System (TBAS) with multiple pouches and an Enhanced Combat Helmet (ECH) (the current Tier 2 helmet), whereas the Vehicle...tiers’ of body armour and helmet relate to a structured approach adopted by Army whereby a range of SCE capability solutions are required to meet the

  14. US Army Research Laboratory and University of Notre Dame Distributed Sensing: Software Overview

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    2017-09-01

    Software Overview by Neal Tesny and Daniel T Galanos Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. NOTICES...US Army Research Laboratory and University of Notre Dame Distributed Sensing: Software Overview by Neal Tesny Sensors and Electron Devices...Sensing: Software Overview 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) Neal Tesny and Daniel T Galanos 5d

  15. Fiscal Year 2014 United States Army Annual Financial Report: Maintaining Readiness Through Fiscal Responsibility

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    2014-01-01

    throughout the continental United States, Germany, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico . The Army’s Wounded Warrior Program, under the direction of the...local communities throughout the continental United States, Germany, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico . These recovery care coordinators function as...to limited markets, e.g., vaccines for tropical diseases. It also focuses universal single investigators on research areas of Army interest, such

  16. Security Cooperation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Role

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    2012-01-19

    Force. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army constructed a Defense College in Dar es Salaam and handed this facility over to the Tanzanian...sales in furtherance of national policies and objectives.‖5 Although these programs are approved by Congress we can infer from the wordy definition...8 Depending on the nature of the equipment provided, notification of or authorization by Congress may be required for FMS cases. This notification

  17. Optimizing The Scheduling Of Recruitment And Initial Training For Soldiers In The Australian Army

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    2016-03-01

    2015). D. INITIAL EMPLOYMENT TRAINING ARTC graduates attend ECN-specific IETs, which run for different lengths of time, depending on job...This thesis develops a master scheduling program to optimize recruitment into the Australian Army by employment category. The goal of the model...developed here is to reduce the man-hours lost awaiting follow-on employment training. The model aims to provide a more efficient planning tool for the

  18. Mission and Installation Contracting Command Services Acquisition: Empirical Analysis of Army Service Contract Management Practices

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    Michelle Ramos; Joshua Nabors

    2011-01-01

    Sponsored Report (for Acquisition Research Program) The overall purpose of this research is to develop a comprehensive understanding of how the Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) manages the acquisition of services. The specific objective of the project is to build on the understanding developed in prior research projects and to identify the factors that promote or obstruct the use of best practices in acquisition management and influence the efficiency and effective...

  19. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Annual Progress Report, Fiscal Year 1980

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    1980-10-01

    recruits. This vac- cine was not as effective as a mixture of the Y and W-135 polysaccharides. A gonococcal vaccine consisting of pill has been found...sterilization procedures are assessed, and depending upon the outcome of volunteer challenge studies, a field trial of gonococcal pilus vac- cine ...Military Communities (4) How Do We Get There from Here? Criteria Toward Utopia (5) Sense and Nonsense in the Army Drug Abuse Prevention Program All

  20. An analysis of the armys formal bureaucracy and the impact on acquisition cycles

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    2017-09-01

    bureaucracy by engaging in a literary review, which revealed several common models of bureaucracy and how organizations respond and make decisions...METHODOLOGY This is a literary research project within the DOD with evidentiary conclusions and recommendations being gained from research and local program...streamlined approach to acquisition is possible. A recent article in the October 2016 Army AL&T Magazine, “‘Groundhog Day’ All Over Again” (Stark et al

  1. A Study of Critical Thinking Training in the Army Contracting Workforce

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    2016-03-23

    the instructors need additional critical thinking skills 3 There are real benefits to DoD acquisition programs when PMs and Contracting Officers...training methods and contracting and business examples could benefit the contracting workforce and emphasize the importance of critical thinking in...Running head: CRITICAL THINKING TRAINING 1 A Study of Critical Thinking Training in the Army Contracting Workforce Cheryl L. Jones

  2. Breaking the Toxic Leadership Paradigm in the U.S. Army

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    2012-02-28

    PARADIGM IN THE U.S. ARMY by Colonel Stephen A. Elle United States Army Dr. Richard M. Meinhart Project Adviser...Breaking the Toxic Leadership Paradigm in the U.S. Army by Colonel Stephen A. Elle United States Army United...States Army War College Class of 2012 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT: A Approved for Public Release Distribution is Unlimited This manuscript is

  3. The Army in Multinational Operations

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    2010-05-01

    medicine. Dental and veterinary medicine requirements. Other medical factors that could affect operations. 11-8. In addition, the surgeon performs...are contained within the capabilities of each higher level. A preventive dentistry program can be provided in the theater of operations. REQUIRED... Veterinary services. Medical nuclear, biological, and chemical considerations. Health surveillance. Medical logistics. Blood. Health Service

  4. Military services fitness database: development of a computerized physical fitness and weight management database for the U.S. Army.

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    Williamson, Donald A; Bathalon, Gaston P; Sigrist, Lori D; Allen, H Raymond; Friedl, Karl E; Young, Andrew J; Martin, Corby K; Stewart, Tiffany M; Burrell, Lolita; Han, Hongmei; Hubbard, Van S; Ryan, Donna

    2009-01-01

    The Department of Defense (DoD) has mandated development of a system to collect and manage data on the weight, percent body fat (%BF), and fitness of all military personnel. This project aimed to (1) develop a computerized weight and fitness database to track individuals and Army units over time allowing cross-sectional and longitudinal evaluations and (2) test the computerized system for feasibility and integrity of data collection over several years of usage. The computer application, the Military Services Fitness Database (MSFD), was designed for (1) storage and tracking of data related to height, weight, %BF for the Army Weight Control Program (AWCP) and Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) scores and (2) generation of reports using these data. A 2.5-year pilot test of the MSFD indicated that it monitors population and individual trends of changing body weight, %BF, and fitness in a military population.

  5. Transformation of the Romanian Army

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    2006-01-01

    Goals PPBES Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Evaluation System POD Ports of Debarkation POE Ports of Embarkation POTH Processes, Organizations...of the process, the co-evolution of processes, organizations, technologies and human capital ( POTH ), the 29 expansion of the existing capabilities...and the focus on the human component of change.2 According to Garstka’s interpretation, there are direct relations between POTH capabilities and

  6. Modern Volunteer Army Experiment - 1971

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    1971-07-26

    economically feasible, commanders will be required to provide manual sale of beer in the unit area. c. This action will be retained in the FY 72 test...since this system is not convertible from black and white to color operacion . The two units were purchased and installed in the auditorium and one...program. TAB D-22 fiSgtfgg&zmm ■ 1. ACTION: Item 23, Part B. Insure students are issued all manuals and other study materials that they are

  7. Making Weapons for the Terracotta Army

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    Marcos Martinón-Torres

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available The Terracotta Army of the First Emperor of China is one of the most emblematic archaeological sites in the world. Many questions remain about the logistics of technology, standardisation and labour organisation behind the creation of such a colossal construction in just a few decades over 2,000 years ago. An ongoing research project co-ordinated between the UCL Institute of Archaeology and the Emperor Qin Shihang's Terracotta Army Museum is beginning to address some of these questions. This paper outlines some results of the typological, metric, microscopic, chemical and spatial analyses of the 40,000 bronze weapons recovered with the Terracotta Warriors. Thanks to a holistic approach developed specifically for this project, it is possible to reveal remarkable aspects of the organisation of the Qin workforce in production cells, of the standardisation, efficiency and quality-control procedures employed, and of the sophisticated technical knowledge of the weapon-makers.

  8. Operational, Social, and Religious Influences upon the Army Chaplain Field Manual, 1926-1952

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    Nay, Robert

    2008-01-01

    The early formulation of the Army Chaplain Field Manual reveals the Army Chaplaincy struggling with individuals using the Army Chaplain Field Manual to further their social and religious beliefs upon other chaplains...

  9. Spouse Influence in Army Organizational Change

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    2008-01-01

    effective in its combat roles. When planning and conducting an organizational change , these commanders must create readiness for the change (RFC). The...Armenakis and Harris revisions to the Lewin organizational change model describe the need for a leader to create RFC through a five-domain change...must demonstrate their support for the change through their words and actions. Specifically, the study examines the principal support role that Army spouses play in organizational change efforts.

  10. US Army War College Information Operations Primer

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    2009-11-01

    percent—such drops could translate into shareholders losses as much as 200 million dollars. 30 d. Military. How are traditional military...JTF-GNO formed the Global NetOps Center (GNC) through the functional merger of elements from the JTF-CNO‘s Operations Directorate, DISA‘s Global...lose credibility. Loss of credibility makes land forces vulnerable to enemy and adversary actions and places Army forces at a disadvantage

  11. Joint Theater Missile Defense. An Army Assessment

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    1993-06-04

    wife Allyne, my children Kristen, Lisa, Jennifer , Stephanie, Angela and Dominic for providing the "balance" needed to help keep things in perspective...consumed in training as units developed their chemical defense skills in preparation for expected Iraqi chemical attacks. Many units donned chemical... Rucker AL. 8 9 This discussion of intelligence and BDA difficullties was given by the US Army Intelligence Center and School, Fort Huachuca Arizona

  12. United States Army Weapon Systems 2010

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    2009-09-18

    Support System (BCS3) .........................................42 Biometric Enterprise Core Capability ( BECC ...Army ACqUISItIon phASe InveStment Component Biometric Enterprise Core Capability ( BECC ) mISSIon To serve as an enterprise biometric system acting as...DoD’s authoritative biometric repository enabling identity superiority. DeSCrIptIon BECC will be developed with a system-of-systems architecture

  13. Environmental Compliance Assessment for Army Reserves (ECAAR)

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    1991-11-01

    facilities that discharge to off-site treatment facilities must adhere to the discharge limita- tions that are stipulated in local ordinances. However, many...submitted verifying compliance with recy- of materials recovered cling requirements. (1)(2)(12)(18) from trash, refuse , and other products are to be... Compliance Assessment for Army Reserves (ECAAR) D- by DTIC by . / ELECTE !’ Diane K. Mann SE R CTED The number of environmental laws and regulations

  14. Counter - Drug: Mandate for the Army.

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    1991-03-01

    active and reserve forces, and restart the Military Assistance Training Advisor ( MATA ) course at Fort Bragg. (5) Provide positive examples of CONUS...reduced or no charge, and at either US or host country sites. Develop a CONUS-based training course for source country security forces (El Salvador ...JAG Judge Advocate General JRTC Joint Readiness Training Center JTF joint task force LEA law enforcement agency MACOM major Army command MATA Military

  15. Quantifying the Army Supply Chain Water Bootprint

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    2011-12-01

    Thermoelectric Plant Technologies, Office of Systems, Analysis, and Planning, NETL, DOE, 2009. A-1 Appendix A Eco-LCA Method MODEL LIMITS The Eco-LCA... Plant (Photo taken by AMC - 8 Aug 2011); (2) Gruenstadt Exchange bakery (formally known as the Army and Air Force Exchange), built in 1982, is the...largest production plant in the world. More than 200 varieties of cookies, cakes, pastries, tortillas, buns and breads are produced at the plant in

  16. The Employment Status of Army Spouses

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    1990-07-01

    used to model labor force participation is to estimate a reduced-form labor supply model , including variables related to the wife’s potential market wage...or not in the labor force) may be that reservation wages are higher than wage offers. Unlike the model of whether a woman is employed, in this case it...each outcome. Unlike regression models , all other variables are not held constant. 48 Table 10 labor Force Outccmes for Army Spouses: Probit

  17. Low Impact Development in Army Construction

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    2012-05-01

    storm water is not merely a waste product to be disposed of, but rather that rainwater is a resource. US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS BUILDING STRONG...Infiltration Basins/Trenches • Inlet Pollution Removal Devices • Rainwater Harvesting (Rain Barrels and Cisterns) • Tree Box Filters • Vegetated Roofs...RATIO= 1------l MINUMUM STONE STORAGE DEPTH (inches)= 1-- --’-----1 ESTIMATED RUNOFF RETHITION VOLUME (cubic feet)= 0 CATCHMENT (~) AREA DRAINING

  18. Army Reserve Capabilities-Based Prioritization Study

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    2008-08-15

    journal databases such as JSTOR , ABI Inform, Proquest, and Emerald; syllabi for courses in strategic management and planning at Harvard, MIT, Wharton, and...methodology for prioritization. • Secure, database repository of appropriate bins, criteria or metrics for prioritization. • Reproducible...Prioritization PPBC/SRG Initial POM Database turned over to Army Budget TGM Issued ARB Final POM/BES Decisions Price/Rate Changes Other Fact-of-Life Changes

  19. AFCS (Army Facilities Components System) Climatic Zone Labor Adjustment Factors.

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    1984-08-01

    13AR 415-17, Cost Estimating for Military Programaing (U.S. Department of the 14Army, February 1980). Hanscomb Associates Inc., CONUS Location...Adjustment Factor Analysis Report DACA -87-C-0040, Task 3, Vol I (U.S. Army Engineer Division, Huntsville, 1983). 15L. Dallania, Estimating General...ReRort, DACA -87-C-0040, Task 3, Vol 1 (U.S. Army Engineer Division, Huntsville, 1983). Havers, J. A., and R. M. Morgan, Optimal Construction Plans for

  20. Army Profession: How Effective Leadership Reinforces an Ethos of Trust

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    2016-06-10

    personality and hone my leadership skills . This formative period of my life was very important in continuing to build the fundamental...ARMY PROFESSION: HOW EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP REINFORCES AN ETHOS OF TRUST A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army...JUN 2016 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Army Profession: How Effective Leadership Reinforces an Ethos of Trust 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER

  1. Army Communicator. Volume 33, Number 4, Fall 2008

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    2008-01-01

    Wein, SPC Evan D. Marcy, SPC Kevin Doheny 10 MG Stevenson explains operational capabilities for the future Paul Wein 12 Project Mananger Mobile...DOD 314) at Augusta, Ga. 30901 and add~ional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Army Communicator, U.S. Army Signal Center, Fort...elements. The content does not necessarily reflect the official U.S. Army position and does not change or supersede any information in other offi:ial

  2. Interorganizational Training Opportunities for Conventional US Army Forces

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    2013-03-26

    Army Field Manual (FM) 3-0, Operations, to specifically highlight the directive for Commanders to execute interagency partnering in JP 3-0...both mechanized and light Army Divisions. JRTC is nestled in the Louisiana wood line in Vernon Parish and has been in operation since 1941. JRTC...2011), I1-I7 13 Ibid, JP 3-0, 8-47 14 Ibid, 8-47 15 United States Department of Defense. Army Field Manual 3-0, Operations, (Washington

  3. Army Logistician. Volume 41, Issue 4, July-August 2009

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    2009-08-01

    award and captured seven categories, including the Nutritional Hot Food Challenge, first place in the Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl, and...ARMy CULINARy ARTS COMPETITION The 34th Army Culinary Arts Competition was held 2 to 13 March at the Quartermaster Center and School at Fort Lee...Virginia. The Army and one Coast Guard team sent 184 participants to the culi- nary competition. Navy Culinary Specialist First Class Michael

  4. Army Sustainment. Volume 42, Issue 4, July-August 2010

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    2010-08-01

    Museum, and the Advanced Food Service Training Division of the Joint Culinary Center of Ex cellence. To visit the SCoE Facebook page, go to http...day operations. U.S. Army Europe Cooks Take Honors at 2010 Army Culinary Arts Competition The 35th Army Culinary Arts Competition, held from 27... Culinary Know ledge Bowl. Team Puerto Rico had the best ice carv ing in show, and Team Fort Hood, Texas, captured the judges’ special award, cold

  5. Army Reserve Culture: A Critical Part of Transformation

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    2008-02-08

    United States Army Reserve Richard Meinhart Project Adviser This SRP is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of...St ra te gy R es ea rc h Pr oj ec t ARMY RESERVE CULTURE: A CRITICAL PART OF TRANSFORMATION BY COLONEL LORA L. TUCKER United States... Army Reserve DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is Unlimited. USAWC CLASS OF 2008 This SRP is submitted in partial

  6. Know Before You Go: Improving Army Officer Sociocultural Knowledge

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    2008-04-04

    by Lieutenant Colonel James C. Laughrey United States Army Dr. Richard Meinhart Project Adviser This SRP is...St ra te gy R es ea rc h Pr oj ec t KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: IMPROVING ARMY OFFICER SOCIOCULTURAL KNOWLEDGE BY LIEUTENANT COLONEL JAMES C...LAUGHREY United States Army DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is Unlimited. USAWC CLASS OF 2008 This SRP is

  7. Army contracting workforce development building core competencies and skills

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    Lene, Christina L.; Poppler, Dawn M.

    2014-01-01

    Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited Operational contracting support provided by the Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command to the warfighter includes everything from acquiring the necessary equipment, supplies, and services vital to the mission to the overall well-being of the Army Soldiers and their families. The Army faces issues and challenges throughout the acquisition process, particularly in the contracting career field. Assessing any contracting knowled...

  8. Organizational Analysis of the United States Army Evaluation Center

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    2014-12-01

    ATEC). As a result of BRAC 2005, Headquarters U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), U.S. Army Developmental Test Command ( DTC ), and U.S. Army...Evaluation Command (ATEC) ..............................11  III.  DESCRIPTION OF AEC AS A SYSTEM USING THE OSF MODEL .............15  A.  INPUTS...Test and Evaluation Command , 2013, p. 24). .......................................38  Figure 9.  Evaluation Activities during Materiel Solution Analysis

  9. Identification of Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities for Army Design

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    2014-04-01

    Sciences . Snowden, D. J. (2003). Managing for serendipity or why we should lay off ‘best practices’ in KM. Knowledge Management, 6(8). Retrieved from...2014 United States Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Approved for public...release; distribution is unlimited. U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Department of the Army Deputy Chief

  10. The Army and Team Learning

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    2008-05-01

    Cavalry Squadron" LTC Manning 9 3 7 1 1 "The October War" LTC Manning 10 2 5 2 1 1 1 "The Battle of Kursk " LTC Manning 8 0 1 4 1 1 1 "Leveraging...detailed guidance is contained in a training field manual (FM). FM 7-1, Battle -Focused Training, contains an entire appendix dedicated to “Leader...that leader development programs be battle - focused, comprehensive, inclusive, and supportive.40 The advantage of the non-specific nature of the

  11. Battles between an insurgent army and an advanced army - focus on strategy

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    Sen, Surajit; Shanahan, Linda

    2008-03-01

    Detailed and aggregate analyses of the outcome of past battles focusing on rates of troop losses or on the ratios of forces on each side is at the heart of present knowledge about battles. Here we present non-equilibrium statistical mechanics based studies of possible outcomes of well matched strategic battles by a ``blue'' army against insurgency based attacks by well matched opponents in a ``red'' army in red territory. We assume that the red army attacks with randomly varying force levels to potentially confuse and drive the blue's strategies. The temporal evolution of the model battles incorporate randomness in the deployment of the reds and hence possess attendant history dependence. Our results reveal that while unpredictable events play a major role in battles, a balance between risk of exposure in a battlefield and the use of short range intelligence is needed in determining whether one side can decimate the other, and hence force a battle to end.

  12. Army Air and Missile Defense Network Design Facility (AAMDNDF)

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — This facility provides JTIDS network designs and platform initialization load files for all Joint and Army-only tests, exercises, operations, and contingency events...

  13. Occupational stress in the armed forces: An Indian army perspective

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    Sakshi Sharma

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available This study attempts to explore factors influencing occupational stress faced by Indian army soldiers and evaluate applicability of the scale used for measuring occupational stressors. Structured interview schedules were used to collect first hand data from a sample of 415 soldiers. Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA highlights lack of control at work, role conflict, inadequate awareness about profession, workload and job pressure, and indifferent organisational attitude as the major occupational stressors in the Indian army. In addition, Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA confirms occupational stressor as an eight factor model in the army. The study recommends implementing commitment-based management approach and techniques such as Sahaja Yoga meditation in the army.

  14. High School Astronomical Research at the Army and Navy Academy

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    Boyce, Pat; Boyce, Grady

    2016-06-01

    Establishment of a high school astronomy and research program is a difficult task to accomplish in an environment of state mandated high school educational curricula and the task saturation for many teachers today created by their class room and administrative requirements. This environment is most challenging for public schools. The astronomy program we will describe seems to be better suited at least at the present time for private or specialized schools. We will outline how a broad astronomy program was developed over two years at the Army and Navy Academy (ANA), a private boarding school in Carlsbad, California. Starting with no astronomy program in 2013, the Academy now has an astronomy club, a University of California a-g certified two semester high school course, and a college accredited astronomy research seminar with over 20 published high school authors.At ANA the development followed this path: finding a strong proponent at the school who can make actionable decisions; building interest and perceived value to other staff and faculty members; establishing an astronomy club to generate student interest and future student leaders; and designing the a-g certified high school course including the course length, structure and balance of teaching elements. Building on these foundations, the college level astronomy research seminar was then added to provide an avenue for inspired students to undertake actual research and publication of their work in scientific journals in their free time for college credit.Creating a sustainable program with supporting infrastructure comes next. Success with the three foundation steps builds confidence in the program with faculty and staff. Published, tangible successes highlight the value and enable advanced placement and scholarship opportunities for graduates. These successes build enthusiasm. The further keys to sustainability include addressing course credit, instructor compensation and rewards, and integration into the

  15. [Sanitary and epidemiological supply for the Russian Army during the First World War (1914-1918)].

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    gorelova, L E; Loktev, A E

    2014-02-01

    At the beginning of the First World War the most typical diseases in the Russian Army were typhoid, typhus, diphtheria, cholera, smallpox and other infectious diseases. At the beginning of the First World War the level of infectious morbidity was significantly low, but further increased and pandemic risk arose. Servicemen were mostly ill with typhus, relapsing fever, flux, cholera, smallpox and typhoid. The highest mortality rate was registered in patients with cholera, typhus and typhoid. According the prewar deployment program of the Russian Army anti-epidemiologic facilities were established. By the end of war were established 110 sanitary-and-hygienic and 90 disinfection units. However, organization of anti-epidemiologic security was unsatisfactory. Due to lack of specialists and equipment anti-epidemiologic facilities of units were under strength. Commanders of sanitary units and sanitary service had not enough resources for operational service in the Forces and facilities of rear area.

  16. Analysis of heat pumps installed in family housing at Hunter Army Air Field

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    Parker, S.A.

    1994-08-01

    The US Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) tasked Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL) in support of the US Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) to conduct a postconstruction evaluation of the air-source heat pumps installed in family housing at Hunter Army Air Field (AAF). The objective of this project was to investigate and resolve concerns about an increase in energy costs at Hunter AAF following the installation of heat pumps in November 1992. After completing several analyses and a field inspection of the heat pumps in family housing at Hunter AAF, the following conclusions were made: the installation of air-source heat pumps reduced the annual energy cost in family housing by $46,672 in 1993; the heat pump thermostat controls in Hunter AAF family housing appear to be incorrectly installed; and the Hunter AAF electric utility bill increased 10% during the first 6 months of 1993 compared to the first 6 months of 1992.

  17. Typology of Army Families. Coping Styles of Successful, Career Army Families

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    1988-06-01

    8217; briny jobs:- wouldl frust;rate most pepl , hut- lie2 and Judy took i t. al I ill sýty de Carl go(t- o)ut (A of 3) f fiu 1-1- I- itioilvi wi 1 tli the... kills every ounce of personal initiative, creativity is dampened. Army regulations say you will. Everything is so structured by rank. You get in trouble...for initiative, so you don’t ask. Army people are so conditioned not to move--unless they are directed to obey. They kill initiative, there is no

  18. The Center for the Army Profession and Ethic (CAPE) Annual Survey of the Army Profession (CASAP FY16)

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    2016-12-30

    percentage who perceive that there is mutual trust and pride in mission accomplishment climbs to 98%. Training and Education: Following the Army...commitment) are widely accepted by the Total Force as properly defined and essential for mutual trust (93%). However, there is less confidence that... defined as “reliance on the character, competence, and commitment of Army professionals to live by and uphold the Army Ethic (ADRP 1, glossary). Mutual

  19. Dealing with drug-seeking patients: the Tripler Army Medical Center experience.

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    Lewis, P; Gaule, D

    1999-12-01

    Patients who exhibit drug-seeking behavior are a chronic problem in most health care delivery settings. In June 1996, Tripler Army Medical Center, a tertiary care hospital serving approximately 300,000 beneficiaries, implemented a sole provider program to identify and help such patients. A multidisciplinary sole provider team assigns a sole provider to identified drug seekers. Twice a year, the team scans a printout of all prescriptions for controlled substances to identify suspicious drug usage patterns. The team also accepts referrals from health care providers. This article describes the program and reports on results, problems encountered, and steps taken to improve its efficacy.

  20. Comparative analysis of field ration for military personnel of the ukrainian army and armies of other countries worldwide

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    2017-04-01

    Full Text Available For the purpose of improvement of the Ukrainian nutritional standards this Article provides comparative analysis of field rations of different countries worldwide to make a proposal on improvement of food-stuff assortment in food ration for military personnel in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Army of USA, the British Army, Army of Germany, Army of Italy, Army of Canada, Army of France, Army of Belarus, Army of Armenia. In accordance with the comparative analysis it was established that ration composition used for the Armed Forces of Ukraine military personnel lags behind developed countries of the world both in nutrition arrangement and in nutrient composition, especially in relation to assortment and variety of ration food-stuff. Moreover, a field ration is strictly unified and doesn’t consider individual needs of military personnel in calories, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, food fibers. Selection of individual field ration takes to account only age of military personnel, i. e. individual needs related to nutrition composition such as physical abilities, level of physical activity, gender, type of occupation before military conscription and etc. are not consideredThe obtained results confirms practicability of assortment products assortment included to field rations for the purpose to correct nutrition rations towards optimal balance for military efficiency of army, adaptation of military personnel to physical and psychological loads.

  1. 2010 Center for Army Leadership Annual Survey of Army Leadership (CASAL): Volume 1, Executive Summary

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    2011-05-01

    VOLUME 1, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY John P. Steele May 2011 The Center for Army Leadership An Organization of Leader Development and...Education (PME) courses. 15. SUBJECT TERMS Leadership ; Leader Development ; Education; Training; Performance Assessment; CASAL; PME; Baseline...factors on leadership recommendations .............................................................. 11 Quality of Leader Development

  2. Child Abuse and Neglect United States Army U.S. Army Central Registry (1989-1996)

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    1998-03-31

    This report is an analysis of the child abuse and neglect cases that have been recorded in the Army Central Registry between 1989-1996. The following...were 30,551 initial substantiated cases of child abuse and neglect, or an average of about 3,80 cases per year. There were 2,336 subsequent incidents

  3. the Army Ethic-Educating and Equipping the Army Mid-Level Leaders in the CGSOC

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    2016-06-10

    Publications, 1994). 5 Ibid., 10. 6 Ibid. 7 Wolcott, 44. 8 John W. Creswell , Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design : Choosing Among Five Approaches... Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design : Choosing Among Five Approaches. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 2013. Frame, John M. The Doctrine of the...35 Figure 3. Army Design Methodology .............................................................................49 Figure 4. Research

  4. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Resident Research Associateship Program

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    2017-05-01

    submitted four papers related to sleep and performance/sleep resiliency and genetics (2 published; 2 under review): Journal of Strength & Conditioning...study looking at genetic markers related to sleep resiliency and performance and performance maintenance with caffeine administration. This study is...uptake in the olfactory bulb at 24h following both sPCI and rPCI and depressed uptake in the thalamus, which is present at 3d, resolves, then re

  5. The Army FAO Training Program: Time to Break More Glass

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    2013-03-01

    the Romance languages (French, Italian, etc.,) only require five months of initial training. Initial language training is designed to produce a FAO...language only spoken in one country in the 39 country AOR. Is it realistic to expect 48Cs to maintain the language skills they learned during language...FAOs are expected to conduct extensive familiarization travel throughout their assigned region in order to attain first-hand knowledge of national and

  6. Team Performance in the Army Acquisition Program Office

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    1994-03-01

    and the installation organizacional structure. In addition, it combines the advantages of pure functional structure and the product organizational...teams, teams of psychological counselors, marketing teams, training teams, support/administrative teams, purchasing teams, a retail store team

  7. Army Drug Development Program. Phase I. Clinical Testing.

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    1982-02-01

    34 " Donald Giancoli 457 Physical 7 Interview -:1 ’p Vital signs 100 Lab tests < Dose 750mg -3- ZA9-2~ ~ j~I l ~~I~Ii Assay ,-9 .- 2 ’ii Stuart Varner 458...3 9 2 -2J 2 ~ J~~~ Donald Giancoli 7 Physical // Interview___j/ <- Vital signs__- /7 Lab tests ZEN-/ f Dose 1500mng ~4,~747~/ Assay 91 _-L’ 2 A_ XJ I_

  8. The Army Collegiate Commissioning Program--A Feasibility Study

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    1977-01-01

    Gannon 1,208 62 5.13 Gettysburg 1,115 84 7.53 Indiana St. 3,952 316 8.0 Lafayette 1,489 77 5.17 LaSalle 2,322 97 4.18 Lehigh 3,140 84 2.68 Penn St...Headquartes,•T~nedT ýea - m~ay-aining and Doctrine Command, December 15, 1975), Ibid. pp. 5-26. ’Yearbook of Higher Education 1.9-4 (Chicago. Marquis ...Space Digest, 53s4, April, 1970, p. 65. Yearbook of Higher Education 1974-7j. Chicago, Marquis Academic Yedia--19747. 2. Government Documents

  9. Equal Opportunity Program Management for the Army Medical Department

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    2008-04-09

    applies to someone who has the physical, cultural, or linguistic characteristics of a national group. Personal Racism, Sexism , or Bigotry: The... Sexism : Any attitude or action, personal or institutional, which subordinates a person or group because of gender (sex). Sexual Harassment: A form of

  10. The Army Study Program Fiscal Year 1992 Report

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    1991-11-25

    RESOLUTION SCENARIO PUIC: ATRCSMOO5 PACOM 1.0 IS A TRADOC STANDARD LOW RESOLUTION CORPS/DIVISION SCENARIO DTIC NUMBER: WHICH WILL BE DEVELOPED rOR ...during the hammer WargaJ’e SPONSOR: USAREUR PERFORMER: CAA PROJECT TITLE: BLACKJACK Europea - Polit,cal M .itary Game PUIC: CSCALUMC2 Examines issues

  11. US Army Research Laboratory Directed Energy Internship Program 2014

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    2015-11-01

    4302. Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply...photomultiplier tube ( PMT ) with the Fluorolog spectrometer to scan the region. The output of the PMT is sent through the lock-in amplifier before analysis...Nd neodymium NPs nanoparticles NRL US Naval Research Laboratory O oxygen PMT photomultiplier tube SBS stimulated Brillouin scattering SD

  12. Communication Effectiveness of the Army Civilian Personnel Program

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    1966-06-01

    l0W(Vkis . V I I 1 i I ii’ III w t t’ll i it ln gilt ’ t’ 4’S 101 .0 I .. C.... . ---i . i.. I . t..... i II tI .. l 1 I i .i ti e t t’ee’, ,w ’I . 1 o...of installation reports must be dispatched a considerable time before the feedback report can be expected. The processing of this initial communi...related to the time- liness, quality and accuracy of feedback reports. The study of career field management could be adapted within this framework. In

  13. Total Army Requirements Program - Phase I (TARP-I).

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    1981-07-07

    Ptasker). Lethal artillery area data LEA Provide lethal artillery area data f’~r war. Threat for WARFRAM force artillery against US materiLl targets. US...Model UDS Unit Data System WARFRAM WARF Red Artillery Model WIMP WARF Intermediate Processor 4,f Glossary-li Elk’ D I

  14. U.S. Army Environmental Restoration Programs Guidance Manual

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    1998-04-01

    Enclosures Checklist . • Procurement Request and Summary. • Advance Synopsis (Request For Proposal (RFP)). • Personal Services Factors. • Security...Section 300.403(d)) olves field studies, including treatability studies, and a issessment Dse (s) tailored to specific circumstances of individual

  15. Army Reserve Component Personal Empowerment Program #2t

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    2013-10-01

    domains of diet, exercise, stress management, smoking and sleep (phase 1). Informed with informatio from phase 1, a pilot study (phase 2) will test the...domains of nutrition, exercise, stress, sleep and smoking. We aim to improve health behaviors in these domains by evaluating lifestyle choices, learning... BMI , and Vitamin D Deficiency in College Students: Prevalence and Implications. On 19 September 2013 another abstract from preliminary Phase 1

  16. A Study to Develop an Army Medical Department Wellness Program

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    1982-08-01

    radishes chicory parsley pickles raw celery raw spinach raw broccoli raw cauliflower alfafa sprouts r aw mushrooms watercress escarole r’IZT2ER that...watch TV, or talk on the telephone while eating. When you avoid these distractions, you can enjoy your food by noticing the taste, texture, and aroma of

  17. Analysis of Army Family Research Program Measures of Individual Readiness

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    1991-07-01

    appointment) ............... 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IN f, To take care of persona( or SO family business (for example. 100 financial matters or housing WI...000 0 C 0 00 0 f. To take care of persona, r family business (for exanle. financua matmer or housing problems) 0 0000 C 0 g

  18. Certification Report: Army Aviation Alternative Fuels Certification Program

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    2016-08-01

    Toxicology Testing. 5.1 Description. Toxicology is the study of the adverse effects of chemical, physical or biological agents of living...mutation test. Screen for possible mutagens and carcinogens using bacteria. 3) In vitro genotoxicity mammalian cell gene mutation test. Screen for...possible mutagens and carcinogens using human lymphocytes. This test may not be necessary if both the bacterial reverse mutation test and in vivo

  19. Army Reserve Component Personal Empowerment Program #2 (ARCPEP 2)

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    2015-12-01

    compared to students with no meal plans. However, BMI (25 vs 24kg/m2, p=0.04). Flexible spending not specific dining plans, is associated with...as practical. A window of opportunity presents in early adulthood when students gain independence as young adults attending university. In a three...phase investigation, this study will evaluate the behavioral patterns of university students in the domains of diet, exercise, stress management

  20. Lessons from the Army’s Future Combat Systems Program

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    2012-01-01

    commercial use only. Unauthorized posting of RAND electronic documents to a non-RAND website is prohibited . RAND electronic documents are protected under... prohibited . RAND documents are protected under copyright law. For information on reprint and linking permissions, please visit the R AND permissions...Terror HAS Hit Avoidance Suite HBCT Heavy Brigade Combat Team HEMP High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse HFE Heavy Fuel Engine HMMWV High Mobility

  1. ARCPEP Project - Army Reserve Component Personal Empowerment Program

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    2011-04-01

    13. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 14. ABSTRACT 15. SUBJECT TERMS 16. SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF: 17. LIMITATION OF ABSTRACT 18. NUMBER...dishes seasoned with garlic , onion and olive oil? ≥2 *0 points if these criteria are not met Appendix 7 Behavioral Health Questionnaire...formation. Dental classification for each soldier was obtained from the DENCLASS database. The questionnaires assessed dental and health habits, levels

  2. Army National Guard Medical Readiness Training Exercises in Southern Command

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    1994-06-03

    convention and outlined in Army doctrine. 2" This medical egalitarianism is ingrained in the mores of the medical profession as manifested in the Hippocratic ... oath . The tradition and propensity to broadly provide health care exists at the core of the health care profession and culture. The Army’s

  3. Comprehensive Regional Expertise in the United States Army

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    2007-03-23

    languages and made it available to all U.S. Army personnel through its internet web portal, Army Knowledge Online. Its use is encouraged, but not...formal language, culture and communicatio instruction at every level of education. This is a very optimistic addition to the PME and regardless of the

  4. 32 CFR 536.6 - The Army claims mission.

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    2010-07-01

    ... system commensurate with monetary jurisdiction delegated, or by denying non-meritorious claims. (c) Develop a system that has a high level of proficiency, so that litigation and appeals can be avoided or... AGAINST THE UNITED STATES The Army Claims System § 536.6 The Army claims mission. (a) Promptly investigate...

  5. US Army and the strategy of punitive measures

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    2016-05-26

    to create the US third Army whose mission was to follow the withdrawing German forces to ensure treaty compliance and secure the bridges across the...and popular supporters. It provided legal recourse to the US Army to penalize adversaries that refuse to fight in a uniform or follow the other

  6. Army Communicator. Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2007

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    2007-01-01

    Army Communicator conveys the right for subsequent reproduction and use of published material. Credit should be given to Army Communicator. PB 11-07-1...theater injection point TRADOC – Training and Doctrine Com- mand UFO – UHF Follow On UHF – Ultra High Frequency UMR – urgent materiel release CSEL

  7. Army Corps of Engineers: Water Resource Authorizations, Appropriations, and Activities

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    2017-02-27

    Army Corps of Engineers: Water Resource Authorizations, Appropriations, and Activities Nicole T. Carter Specialist in Natural Resources Policy...of Engineers: Water Resource Authorizations, Appropriations, and Activities Congressional Research Service Summary The U.S. Army Corps of...congressional attention because its water resource projects can have significant local and regional economic benefits and environmental effects

  8. 77 FR 11084 - Army Education Advisory Committee Meeting

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    2012-02-24

    ... following committee meeting: Name of Committee: Army Education Advisory Committee (AEAC). Date of Meeting..., collaborative, problem-centered instruction. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For information please contact Mr... following address: Army Education Advisory Committee, Designated Federal Officer, Attn: ATTG-OPS-EI (Joyner...

  9. Netherlands Army Long Range Anti Armour Study - Status Report

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    Schagen, P.A.B. van

    1989-01-01

    At the end of the nineties the munition for the TOW weapon system in use at The Netherlands army, has to be replaced. The Life of Type of The Tow carrier ends in 2005. The long range anti armour study is to gain insight into the possibilities and limitations for the Netherlands army to deploy future

  10. Water Sustainability Assessment for Ten Army Installations

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    2011-03-26

    the severity of this scarcity varies by scenario. It seems that natural condi- tions play a bigger part in water availability for the region than does...question lies with: (1) a picture of how short-term water scarcity might play out across the region, which is outside of the scope of this study, and...ER D C/ CE RL T R- 11 -5 Water Sustainability Assessment for Ten Army Installations Co ns tr uc tio n En gi ne er in g R es

  11. Afghanistan's National Army Order of Battle

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    2010-01-01

    The DRA Armed Forces had total personnel strength between 120,000 and 150,000 over time.1 Conscripts constituted 70% of the soldiers in the army, only 30% were volunteers. In 1982, the DRA raised the mandatory service for conscripts from two to three years, and in 1984 from three to four years. By 1984, the DRA suffered 17,000 fatalities and 26,000 desertions, leaving a ground force of 30-40,000 at any given time.2 Every month, an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 men deserted.

  12. Recommended lighting maintenance practices for Army installations

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    Kedl, R.J.

    1987-08-01

    A well-maintained lighting system contributes to workforce efficiency and safety. This report recommends routine lighting maintenance practices (primarily relamping and fixture cleaning) for Army installations. The recommendations are derived from consideration of a comparative economic analysis, current maintenance practices in the military and nonmilitary sectors, and information obtained from industry trade and professional associations. Most common sources of interior and exterior illumination are considered: fluorescent, incandescent, and high-intensity discharge. Recommendations concerning window cleaning and wall and ceiling paint are included.

  13. An Army without Doctrine: The Evolution of US Army Tactics in the Absence of Doctrine, 1779 to 1847

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    Harvey, Conrad E

    2007-01-01

    .... During this period, the U.S. Army lacked a comprehensive written doctrine that captured how the Army fought its wars so that those skills and techniques could be passed down for subsequent conflicts against Native Americans. This caused the U.S...

  14. Using information management systems to support waste minimization at US Army installations

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    Myers, R.S.; Butner, R.S.; Callaway, J.W.; Levine, L.O.

    1990-04-01

    The Army's to reduce hazardous waste generation emphasize reduction at the source. Waste minimization and environmental regulatory compliance are also being integrated into strategies and activities aimed at modernization of industrial operations. The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research, Development and Acquisition (ASARDA) is conducting a Hazardous Waste Intervention study to understand and evaluate the existing operations and to assess waste minimization opportunities. The overall ASARDA study consists of several teams working on various aspects of hazardous waste intervention at Army installations. The first team is investigating methods of minimizing hazardous waste by modifying the acquisition cycle. This effort is aimed at reducing the generation of hazardous waste by reducing the number and the quantities of hazardous materials that are specified in program and product development. A second team is investigating the technological aspects of waste minimization. Finally, a third team is investigating opportunities for waste minimization by better managing the life-cycle of hazardous materials and hazardous waste. The third team is involved in several tasks, including evaluating the feasibility of using Information Management Systems (IMS) to support waste minimization. This paper summarizes the primary conclusions and recommendations from the information management system evaluation portion of PNL's work.

  15. Managing public health in the Army through a standard community health promotion council model.

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    Courie, Anna F; Rivera, Moira Shaw; Pompey, Allison

    2014-01-01

    Public health processes in the US Army remain uncoordinated due to competing lines of command, funding streams and multiple subject matter experts in overlapping public health concerns. The US Army Public Health Command (USAPHC) has identified a standard model for community health promotion councils (CHPCs) as an effective framework for synchronizing and integrating these overlapping systems to ensure a coordinated approach to managing the public health process. The purpose of this study is to test a foundational assumption of the CHPC effectiveness theory: the 3 features of a standard CHPC model - a CHPC chaired by a strong leader, ie, the senior commander; a full time health promotion team dedicated to the process; and centralized management through the USAPHC - will lead to high quality health promotion councils capable of providing a coordinated approach to addressing public health on Army installations. The study employed 2 evaluation questions: (1) Do CHPCs with centralized management through the USAPHC, alignment with the senior commander, and a health promotion operations team adhere more closely to the evidence-based CHPC program framework than CHPCs without these 3 features? (2) Do members of standard CHPCs report that participation in the CHPC leads to a well-coordinated approach to public health at the installation? The results revealed that both time (F(5,76)=25.02, Pstandard CHPC model (F(1,76)=28.40, Pstandard CHPC model may lead to a more coordinated approach to public health and may assure that CHPCs follow an evidence-informed design. This is consistent with past research demonstrating that community coalitions and public health systems that have strong leadership; dedicated staff time and expertise; influence over policy, governance and oversight; and formalized rules and regulations function more effectively than those without. It also demonstrates the feasibility of implementing an evidence-informed approach to community coalitions in an Army

  16. 32 CFR 553.7 - Design and layout of Army national cemeteries.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 32 National Defense 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 true Design and layout of Army national cemeteries... RESERVATIONS AND NATIONAL CEMETERIES ARMY NATIONAL CEMETERIES § 553.7 Design and layout of Army national cemeteries. (a) General cemetery layout plans, landscape planting plans and gravesite layout plans for Army...

  17. The Army Communications Objectives Measurement System (ACOMS): Annual Report, School Year 86/87

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    1988-04-01

    military service .. ..... 88 22. Factor loadings of Army brand image .... ............. ... 92 23. Factor loadings of military brand image ..... ........... 92...24. Factor loadings of Army Reserve brand image .. ......... ... 93 25. Factor loadings of National Guard primary and secondary brand images...and .696, respectively. 91 Table 22 Factor Loadings of Army Brand Image * Perceptions question Army Factor Loadings Develop potential .809 Develop

  18. The United States Army’s Full-Spectrum Training Strategy Challenge

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    2012-05-17

    Byrnes.html, (accessed November 19, 2011); U.S. Department of the Army, Army Transformation Roadmap 2001, http://www.gees.org/ documentos /Documen-016.pdf...1980, Dec 8, 2004, (accessed September 12, 2011). U.S. Department of the Army, Army Transformation Roadmap 2001, http://www.gees.org/ documentos

  19. Musculoskeletal injuries sustained in modern army combatives.

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    Possley, Daniel R; Johnson, Anthony E

    2012-01-01

    Participation in martial arts has grown over the past 15 years with an estimated 8 million participants. In 2004, the Chief of Staff of the Army directed that all Initial Military Training soldiers receive Modern Army Combatives (MAC) training. The mechanical differences between the various martial arts styles incorporated into mixed martial arts/MAC pose challenges to the medical professional. We report the incidence of musculoskeletal injuries by Level 1 and 2 trained active duty soldiers participating in MAC over a 3-year period. From June 1, 2005 to January 1, 2009, the Orthopaedic Surgery service treated and tracked all injuries in MAC. Data was analyzed using the Chi(2) method of analysis. (p injuries reported inability to perform their military occupation specialty duties. The knee was most frequently injured followed by shoulder. Surgical intervention was warranted 24% of the time. Participants in MAC reported injuries severe enough to impact occupational duties at 15.5%. Surgical intervention was warranted only 24% of the time. The knee and shoulder are the most frequently injured body parts. Labral repair was the most frequent surgical procedure.

  20. Optimal construction of army ant living bridges.

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    Graham, Jason M; Kao, Albert B; Wilhelm, Dylana A; Garnier, Simon

    2017-12-21

    Integrating the costs and benefits of collective behaviors is a fundamental challenge to understanding the evolution of group living. These costs and benefits can rarely be quantified simultaneously due to the complexity of the interactions within the group, or even compared to each other because of the absence of common metrics between them. The construction of 'living bridges' by New World army ants - which they use to shorten their foraging trails - is a unique example of a collective behavior where costs and benefits have been experimentally measured and related to each other. As a result, it is possible to make quantitative predictions about when and how the behavior will be observed. In this paper, we extend a previous mathematical model of these costs and benefits to much broader domain of applicability. Specifically, we exhibit a procedure for analyzing the optimal formation, and final configuration, of army ant living bridges given a means to express the geometrical configuration of foraging path obstructions. Using this procedure, we provide experimentally testable predictions of the final bridge position, as well as the optimal formation process for certain cases, for a wide range of scenarios, which more closely resemble common terrain obstacles that ants encounter in nature. As such, our framework offers a rare benchmark for determining the evolutionary pressures governing the evolution of a naturally occurring collective animal behavior. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  1. Advanced information processing system: The Army Fault-Tolerant Architecture detailed design overview

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    Harper, Richard E.; Babikyan, Carol A.; Butler, Bryan P.; Clasen, Robert J.; Harris, Chris H.; Lala, Jaynarayan H.; Masotto, Thomas K.; Nagle, Gail A.; Prizant, Mark J.; Treadwell, Steven

    1994-01-01

    The Army Avionics Research and Development Activity (AVRADA) is pursuing programs that would enable effective and efficient management of large amounts of situational data that occurs during tactical rotorcraft missions. The Computer Aided Low Altitude Night Helicopter Flight Program has identified automated Terrain Following/Terrain Avoidance, Nap of the Earth (TF/TA, NOE) operation as key enabling technology for advanced tactical rotorcraft to enhance mission survivability and mission effectiveness. The processing of critical information at low altitudes with short reaction times is life-critical and mission-critical necessitating an ultra-reliable/high throughput computing platform for dependable service for flight control, fusion of sensor data, route planning, near-field/far-field navigation, and obstacle avoidance operations. To address these needs the Army Fault Tolerant Architecture (AFTA) is being designed and developed. This computer system is based upon the Fault Tolerant Parallel Processor (FTPP) developed by Charles Stark Draper Labs (CSDL). AFTA is hard real-time, Byzantine, fault-tolerant parallel processor which is programmed in the ADA language. This document describes the results of the Detailed Design (Phase 2 and 3 of a 3-year project) of the AFTA development. This document contains detailed descriptions of the program objectives, the TF/TA NOE application requirements, architecture, hardware design, operating systems design, systems performance measurements and analytical models.

  2. Effects of technique-focused training in conjunction with physical readiness training on Army physical fitness test performance.

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    Thelen, Mark D; Koppenhaver, Shane L; Gill, Norman W; Shaffer, Scott W

    2017-01-01

    The Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) is a semiannual requirement. While conducting physical readiness training (PRT) is a requirement for all Soldiers, there is no requirement to train Soldiers on techniques that may help to optimize their performance on the APFT. A cohort of 34 officers that attended the Army Medical Department Basic Officer Leadership Course completed a technique-focused training program in conjunction with their required PRT program subsequent to failing one or more events on their initial APFT. The training consisted of a 30-minute video lesson and an individualized performance assessment completed by an Army physical therapist. Upon retest 10 days after the initial test, 27 (79.4%) participants passed the APFT with a mean improvement of 22.3 points on their overall APFT score. When evaluating change in performance by event based on failing the event initially, the observed improvement was an increase of over 9 push-ups, over 11 sit-ups, and nearly 2 minutes on the run event. The addition of a technique-focused training program to an existing PRT program can result in significant short-term improvement for those with substandard APFT performance.

  3. Engineer: The Professional Bulletin of Army Engineers, Jan-Apr 2010

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    Institutionalizing Counter-IED Training Efforts Adapting the Army: January-April 2010 Engineer 11 Figure 2 Figure 1 Legend ACOE – Army centers of...United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Legend: ACOE – Army centers of excellence AOR – area of responsibility CENTCOM – United States Army...Installation Functions The most difficult functions to assign or reassign were those involving installation agencies. Matters such as sexual assault, equal

  4. The Army rolls through Indianapolis: Fieldwork at the Virtual Army Experience

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    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available This essay takes an ethnographic look at the individuals and institutions associated with the development, production, and implementation of the Virtual Army Experience (VAE, a mobile mission simulator that travels across the United States to venues such as state fairs and air shows. As an explicit aid to Army recruitment and interaction with the public, the VAE is an interesting nexus point that often channels public anxieties surrounding the medium of the video game and its role in the militarization of society. Here, I present my own experience of doing ethnography at this site, describing how it is received by visitors and interpreted by its employees. By means of the example of the VAE, I argue that polarizing media reports and academic criticisms that pit the processes of militarization against critical reflection of those processes are counterproductive and result in silencing more nuanced and thoughtful critical reflection that is already present at sites such as the VAE.

  5. Analysis and Modeling of U.S. Army Recruiting Markets

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    2016-03-24

    Analysis and Modeling of U.S. Army Recruiting Markets THESIS MARCH 2016 Joshua L. McDonald, Major, USA AFIT-ENC-MS-16-M-117 DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR...protection in the United States. AFIT-ENC-MS-16-M-117 ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF U.S. ARMY RECRUITING MARKETS THESIS Presented to the Faculty Department...MARCH 2016 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release. AFIT-ENC-MS-16-M-117 ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF U.S. ARMY RECRUITING MARKETS THESIS

  6. Roots of fragmentation: The army and regime survival in Syria

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    Selvik, Kjetil

    2014-01-01

    The Syrian army did not turn on the regime in the face of popular protests, contrary to its Egyptian and Tunisian counterparts. Yet, the Syrian army lost its ability to keep the country together. This CMI Insight focuses on the Syrian army’s co-optive political function. Drawing on interviews with defected military officers, it provides a window to observe how the Assad regime has used the army to maintain stability in Syria. The interviews also help us understand the root causes of the natio...

  7. Building A Better Force: Regular Army / Reserve Components Integration In The Army Chemical Corps

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    2016-05-26

    implementation of statutes and policies that have erected institutional barriers between the Regular Army (RA) and RCs. This paper analyzes potential challenges...optimize Chemical Force effectiveness. Integration has been challenged by the implementation of statutes and policies that have erected institutional...sounding board and I could always count on him to provide honest feedback , even when it was not what I wanted to hear. Additionally, a big thank you to

  8. Behavioral Science in the Army: A Corporate History of the Army Research Institute

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    1988-06-01

    ability testing movement. Use of employment tests by government and industry followed and led to testing in the Army during World War I. Robert Yerkes...school course. The very extensive [IQ] testing of school children carried on by Professor [Lewis M.] Terman and his colleagues leads to closely...included the Rorschach and Thematic Apperception Tests , sentence absurdities, picture absurdities, and Philo-Phobe-all validated against leadership

  9. United States Army Medical Department Journal. Leadership in the Army Medical Department, October - December 2009

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    2009-12-01

    emotional clues. Feelers trust their gut and care about how actions make them feel or others feel. Fs exercise compassion and empathy , and look for...of dealing with personal issues that the protege may have (for example, marital problems, uncertainty about continuing an Army career, or the...are made and time is given. There is a huge reward for what is given; a feeling of personal satisfaction gained by enabling someone to move beyond an

  10. US Colored Troops: A Model for US Army Foreign Army Development and Organization

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    Over the course of the Civil War, 186,000 former slaves and freedmen of African descent served in the Union Army designated as US Colored Troops...procedures, recruited, raised, trained, and organized a predominantly uneducated force for military service. The United States Colored Troops was a...force built from a population considered second class inhabitants at best, property at worst. Besides the color barrier, the white populace, government

  11. Occupational differences in US Army suicide rates

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    Kessler, R. C.; Stein, M. B.; Bliese, P. D.; Bromet, E. J.; Chiu, W. T.; Cox, K. L.; Colpe, L. J.; Fullerton, C. S.; Gilman, S. E.; Gruber, M. J.; Heeringa, S. G.; Lewandowski-Romps, L.; Millikan-Bell, A.; Naifeh, J. A.; Nock, M. K.; Petukhova, M. V.; Rosellini, A. J.; Sampson, N. A.; Schoenbaum, M.; Zaslavsky, A. M.; Ursano, R. J.

    2016-01-01

    Background Civilian suicide rates vary by occupation in ways related to occupational stress exposure. Comparable military research finds suicide rates elevated in combat arms occupations. However, no research has evaluated variation in this pattern by deployment history, the indicator of occupation stress widely considered responsible for the recent rise in the military suicide rate. Method The joint associations of Army occupation and deployment history in predicting suicides were analysed in an administrative dataset for the 729 337 male enlisted Regular Army soldiers in the US Army between 2004 and 2009. Results There were 496 suicides over the study period (22.4/100 000 person-years). Only two occupational categories, both in combat arms, had significantly elevated suicide rates: infantrymen (37.2/100 000 person-years) and combat engineers (38.2/100 000 person-years). However, the suicide rates in these two categories were significantly lower when currently deployed (30.6/100 000 person-years) than never deployed or previously deployed (41.2–39.1/100 000 person-years), whereas the suicide rate of other soldiers was significantly higher when currently deployed and previously deployed (20.2–22.4/100 000 person-years) than never deployed (14.5/100 000 person-years), resulting in the adjusted suicide rate of infantrymen and combat engineers being most elevated when never deployed [odds ratio (OR) 2.9, 95% confidence interval (CI) 2.1–4.1], less so when previously deployed (OR 1.6, 95% CI 1.1–2.1), and not at all when currently deployed (OR 1.2, 95% CI 0.8–1.8). Adjustment for a differential ‘healthy warrior effect’ cannot explain this variation in the relative suicide rates of never-deployed infantrymen and combat engineers by deployment status. Conclusions Efforts are needed to elucidate the causal mechanisms underlying this interaction to guide preventive interventions for soldiers at high suicide risk. PMID:26190760

  12. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Psychologists in the Army Medical Service (4th) Held in New York, New York on August 30, 1961

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    1986-02-01

    psycology orogram at Fort Bragg. I would Like to explain what our program consists of, how we carry it out, and what scme.of the reasons are for what we are...Army Medical Research Laboraitty it-Bernard L. Mooney, HSC Fort Knox, Kentucky - ClinIcal Psycology Service, USDB jAOV Forte Lezv"eor~mrh, Nansas

  13. Towards an RTS,S-based, multi-stage, multi-antigen vaccine against falciparum malaria: progress at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research

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    Heppner, D. Gray; Kester, Kent E.; Ockenhouse, Christian F.; Tornieporth, Nadia; Ofori, Opokua; Lyon, Jeffrey A.; Stewart, V. Ann; Dubois, Patrice; Lanar, David E.; Krzych, Urszula; Moris, Philippe; Angov, Evelina; Cummings, James F.; Leach, Amanda; Hall, B. Ted; Dutta, Sheetij; Schwenk, Robert; Hillier, Collette; Barbosa, Arnoldo; Ware, Lisa A.; Nair, Lalitha; Darko, Christian A.; Withers, Mark R.; Ogutu, Bernhards; Polhemus, Mark E.; Fukuda, Mark; Pichyangkul, Sathit; Gettyacamin, Montip; Diggs, Carter; Soisson, Lorraine; Milman, Jessica; Dubois, Marie-Claude; Garçon, Nathalie; Tucker, Kathryn; Wittes, Janet; Plowe, Christopher V.; Thera, Mahamadou A.; Duombo, Ogobara K.; Pau, Maria G.; Goudsmit, Jaap; Ballou, W. Ripley; Cohen, Joe

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    The goal of the Malaria Vaccine Program at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) is to develop a licensed multi-antigen, multi-stage vaccine against Plasmodium falciparum able to prevent all symptomatic manifestations of malaria by preventing parasitemia. A secondary goal is to limit

  14. An Analysis of Army Dentists Using Logistic Regression: A Discrete-Time Logit Model for Predicting Retention

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    2009-06-10

    whether and when Army dentists were deployed in support of GWOT. However, other variables that have been found to contribute to employee retention will... employee retention in a civilian company. They conducted a retrospective, quasi-experimental design to compare the retention of experienced hires attending...training on employee retention . Evaluation and Program Planning, 28, 423-430. McClary, M.E. (1999). Predictors of recruitment and retention factors to aid

  15. Hydrolytic Stability Study of Tetranitroglycoluri (TNGU) Produced via the US Army Research Laboratory’s Synthetic Method

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    2015-03-01

    US Army Research Laboratory’s Synthetic Method by William M Sherrill, Eric J Bukowski , and Terry L Piatt Approved for public...Laboratory’s Synthetic Method by William M Sherrill, Eric J Bukowski , and Terry L Piatt Weapons and Materials Research Directorate...PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) William M Sherrill, Eric J Bukowski , and Terry L Piatt 5d. PROJECT NUMBER AH43 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK

  16. A Historical Review and Analysis of Army Physical Readiness Training and Assessment

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    2013-03-01

    examples). We see more and more “rogue” PT programs throughout the Army as various “units” build their own “ CrossFit ” facilities, purchase their own...Wylie. CrossFit Study, Fort Leavenworth, KS: Command and General Staff College, May, 2010. Paine, Ralph D. “The Gospel of the Turn Verein.” Outing 46...flight- school-leaders-incorporate- crossfit -to- diversify-pt/. Photo #2: Soldiers stationed at the National Training Center lift perform the Step Up

  17. Preliminary design features of the RASCAL - A NASA/Army rotorcraft in-flight simulator

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    Aiken, Edwin W.; Jacobsen, Robert A.; Eshow, Michelle M.; Hindson, William S.; Doane, Douglas H.

    1992-01-01

    Salient design features of a new NASA/Army research rotorcraft - the Rotorcraft Aircrew Systems Concepts Airborne Laboratory (RASCAL) - are described. Using a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter as a baseline vehicle, the RASCAL will be a flying laboratory capable of supporting the research requirements of major NASA and Army guidance, control, and display research programs. The paper describes the research facility requirements of these programs together with other critical constraints on the design of the research system, including safety-of-flight. Research program schedules demand a phased development approach, wherein specific research capability milestones are met and flight research projects are flown throughout the complete development cycle of the RASCAL. This development approach is summarized, and selected features of the research system are described. The research system includes a full-authority, programmable, fault-tolerant/fail-safe, fly-by-wire flight control system and a real-time obstacle detection and avoidance system which will generate low-latitude guidance commands to the pilot on a wide field-of-view, color helmet-mounted display.

  18. Preliminary design features of the RASCAL: A NASA /Army rotorcraft in-flight simulator

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    Aiken, Edwin W.; Jacobsen, Robert A.; Eshow, Michelle M.; Hindson, William S.; Doane, Douglas H.

    1993-01-01

    Salient design features of a new NASA/Army research rotorcraft - the Rotorcraft-Aircrew Systems Concepts Airborne Laboratory (RASCAL) - are described. Using a UH-60A Black Hawk helicopter as a baseline vehicle, the RASCAL will be a flying laboratory capable of supporting the research requirements of major NASA and Army guidance, control, and display research programs. The paper describes the research facility requirements of these programs together with other critical constraints on the design of the research system, including safety-of-flight. Research program schedules demand a phased development approach, wherein specific research capability milestones are met and flight research projects are flown throughout the complete development cycle of the RASCAL. This development approach is summarized, and selected features of the research system are described. The research system includes a full-authority, programmable, fault-tolerant/fail-safe, fly-by-wire flight control system and a real-time obstacle detection and avoidance system which will generate low-altitude guidance commands to the pilot on a wide field-of-view, color helmet-mounted display.

  19. The Genesis of Transformation: The Rise of the United States Army’s Modular Brigade Combat Teams

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    2013-03-01

    Adams, The Army After Next: The First Postindustrial Army (Westport: Praeger, 2006), 1. 85 National Defense Panel, Transforming Defense, iii. 86 Ibid...REFERENCES Adams, Thomas K. The Army After Next: The First Postindustrial Army. Westport: Praeger, 2006. “Army Transformation Begins Its Second

  20. Proceedings: Special session on the rehabilitation of US Army Training Lands, Second Annual Conference of the Society for Ecological Restoration, held in Chicago, Illinois, April 29--May 3, 1990

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    Hinchman, R.R. [comp.

    1993-05-01

    US Army lands are currently being degraded at a rate that often exceeds natural resource conservation goals. The US Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories is developing and implementing the Integrated Training Area Management (ITAM) program at several installations in the United States and Germany to reverse the rate of degradation and maintain realistic training habitat. The ITAM program includes environmental education/awareness tools, revegetation and erosion-control technologies, standardized land-monitoring methodologies, and computerized land-management decision-support systems that are integrated with military training mission requirements to provide a long-term, land-management program.

  1. Army Medicine’s Role in Strength & Resilience

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    2011-01-24

    Management  Evidence-Based Complimentary and Alternative Therapeutic Modes  Acupuncture  Biofeedback  Yoga  Meditation  Standardizes Pain Management...Objective: Efficient Delivery of OUTPUTS Army Force Generation Synchronization Human Capital Materiel Readiness Services and Infrastructure Trained

  2. Untested Waters: Challenges Facing an Operational Army Reserve

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    Thompson, Tracy

    2007-01-01

    The Reserve Components of the Army have traditionally been a strategic force. Large scale mobilizations were likely only in times of national crises, such as Operations Desert Storm or Iraqi Freedom...

  3. Army Transformation and Digitization - Training and Resource Challenges

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    Ferrell, Robert

    2002-01-01

    .... A changing world order, diminishing resources and rapid and continuous advances in technology are the driving forces behind the Army's transformation campaign and the redesign of the force to the Force XXI concept...

  4. 32 CFR 636.10 - Hunter Army Airfield vehicle registration.

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    2010-07-01

    ... needed. (b) Decals are to be issued to all military and civilian employees of Hunter Army Airfield... viewing of the decal. (3) Installation decals will be placed directly beneath and centered on the DOD...

  5. Branding: A Strategy for Manning an All-Volunteer Army

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    Keeter, John M

    2008-01-01

    .... The ability to man the Army and realize the vision of a "quality" force is challenged not only by the impacts of a protracted war on the attitudes of the youth, and their influencers, but also...

  6. Letter from Army Corps of Engineers [Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

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    US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior — This is a letter from the Army Corps of Engineers to the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. It confirms that the proposed wilderness designation does not...

  7. Army Medical Department Leaders in Military Operations Other Than War

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    Sadlon, Gary

    2000-01-01

    .... Likewise, the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) must insure its leaders, specifically those selected to deploy world-wide, have a more diverse skill set that enables them to fully operate within the full spectrum of scenarios...

  8. 77 FR 27209 - Army Education Advisory Subcommittee Meeting Notice

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    2012-05-09

    ... College Subcommittee. Date of Meeting: May 31, 2012. Place of Meeting: U.S. Army War College, 122 Forbes..., 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA 17013. At any point, however, if a written statement is not received...

  9. 78 FR 23759 - Army Education Advisory Subcommittee Meeting Notice

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    ... Subcommittee. Dates of Meeting: May 16, 2013. Place of Meeting: U.S. Army War College, 122 Forbes Avenue... address: ATTN: Alternate Designated Federal Officer, Dept. of Academic Affairs, 122 Forbes Avenue...

  10. 77 FR 4026 - Army Education Advisory Subcommittee Meeting Notice

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    2012-01-26

    ... Subcommittee. Date of Meeting: February 23, 2012. Place of Meeting: U.S. Army War College, 122 Forbes Avenue..., 122 Forbes Avenue, Carlisle, PA 17013. At any point, however, if a written statement is not received...

  11. The Army and the Endangered Species Act: Who's Endangering Whom?

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    Diner, David N

    1993-01-01

    Mankind is causing a mass extinction of plant and animal species. The Army, as steward of 25 million acres of public lands, is being asked to play an increasingly decisive role in recovering endangered species...

  12. Military Personnel Strengths in the Army National Guard

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    Stewart, Derek

    2002-01-01

    The accuracy of reported personnel strength and training participation rates has a direct impact on the reliability of the Army National Guard's budget and the allocation of funds to individual states...

  13. 78 FR 33074 - Army Science Board Summer Study Session

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    2013-06-03

    ... the Title 10 functions, to include manning, training and equipping. ] Towards Creating an Innovation Culture study 2013--This study examines the issue of innovation in the Army in the context of developing...

  14. U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases

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    ... in the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). The dedicated members of the USAMRIID staff ... military personnel and civilians from the threat of infectious diseases. We participate in support of emerging disease investigations, ...

  15. Resourcing Army Transformation: Solid Plan or House of Cards?

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    Brimberry, Darrell

    2007-01-01

    .... We are also an army that is embarking on a monumental transformation effort. This ambitious plan to modernize and reorganize the force will take 30 plus years and over 210 billion dollars to complete...

  16. US Army Corps of Engineers Reachback Operations Center

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — Providing Relevant Solutions to the Armed Forces and the NationThe USACE Reachback Operation Center at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)...

  17. Nuclear Weapons Effects on Army Tactical Systems. Volume 1. Overview

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    1979-04-01

    COMM4ANDER US ARMY MISSILE MATERIEL READINESS ATTN METHODOLOGY & RESOURCES DIR US ARMY MATERIEL SYSTEMS CON.AND (Cont’d) ATTN SYS INTEGRATION ANALYSIS...AUTOOTIVE MATERIEL NM 88002ATN E MREADINESS COMMAND ATTN STW -E ATTC ATZOT-TSM-/i ••DEPT OF THE ARM4Y ATT’N STEWS-CE, COM.UNIC;TIONS/DEPT OARR M Y S ARM

  18. Army Communicator. Volume 37, Number 2, Summer 2012

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    2012-01-01

    opportunities for telecommuting in the future but we have to start today by walking away from paper. If all our systems are “ paperless ” or “digital” then...service schools . Written requests for the magazine should be submitted to Editor, Army Communicator, U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence, Signal...initial assignments to posts in Michigan, O’Connell attended the Signal School at Camp Alfred Vail (later Fort Monmouth) N.J. Upon graduation in

  19. International Science and Technology for the Army: Misplaced Focus?

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    2011-01-01

    secretaries of the Army for Defense Exports and Controls (n = 2), and the deputy assistant secretary of the Army for Research and Technology (n = 1). Also...the Seeds of Invention: The Globalisation of Research and Development, by Economist Intelligence Unit, 2004. Due to rounding issues in the source...Scattering the seeds of invention: The globalisation of research and development. Retrieved from http://graphics.eiu.com/files/ ad_pdfs

  20. Army Sustainment. Volume 41, Issue 5, September-October 2009

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    2009-10-01

    suggestions for reducing this burden, to Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway...Starts Here—The Sustainment Center of Excellence! Sir Winston Churchill once said, “This is not the end or even the beginning of the end, but it is, I...Directorate of Logistics, U.S. Army Garrison, Camp Humphries , Korea. Large Category. U.S. Army Garrison-Red Cloud, Camp Red Cloud, Korea. The

  1. Army Communicator. Volume 35, Number 4, Winter 2010

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    DEC 2010 2. REPORT TYPE 3. DATES COVERED 00-00-2010 to 00-00-2010 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Army Communicator . Volume 35, Number 4 5a. CONTRACT...is a mix of seasoned Army professionals who have experienced repeated deployments and a generation of incoming recruits who have grown up in a...Intelligence Community Migration to WIN-T/JTRS Scott Long 21 WIN-T Increment Test Establishes Benchmarks MAJ Michael L. Smith 24 Signal

  2. Assessing Army Professional Forums Metrics for Effectiveness and Impact

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    2006-10-01

    members on the post itself or on the topic of the post more generally. Two information posts received multiple comments. One highly decontextualized ...Effectiveness and Impact Anna T. Cianciolo Global Information Systems Technology, Inc. Charles G. Heiden Human Resources Research Organization Michael I. Prevou... information Systems Technology, Inc. Technical review by Kimberly Metcalf, U.S. Army Research Institute Joseph Psotka, U.S. Army Research Institute

  3. Total Army Cyber Mission Force: Reserve Component Integration

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    2016-02-16

    Therefore, key policy documents provide indication that in an environment where the mission of tomorrow is ill defined and budgets become constrained...Strategy, Washington D.C.: The Department of Defense, 2015, 6. 16 Federal News Radio Custom Media. "Army ponders proper shape, size of cyber workforce...34 Federal News Radio. October 28, 2013. http://federalnewsradio.com/defense/2013/10/army- ponders -proper-shape-size-of-cyber- workforce/ (accessed 10

  4. The U.S. Army Religious Support Environment of 2020

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    2012-03-20

    having a spiritual search, but loose spiritual identity. Millennials worship in a media rich environment focused more on the images they see...future.  Third trend layer: There exists an undercurrent of movement away from traditional American cultural perceptions of spirituality , religion...large. Trend 1: (Army) Non-traditional Expressions of Worship and Spirituality . The Army religious support environment reflects a movement away

  5. Water Efficient Installations - A New Army Guidance Document

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    2010-06-01

    disinfection /sterilization equipment Use small expansion tank instead of using water to cool steam for sewer discharge Consider uncontaminated, non...Development Center Laboratory/Medical Equipment US Army Corps of Engineers® Engineer Research and Development Center Other Water Use Laundries Wash full... Laundry To Sewer US Army Corps of Engineers® Engineer Research and Development Center Irrigation – Large Water Consumer - parade grounds - parks and

  6. Onsite Army Biofuel Production: Opportunities, Thresholds and Considerations

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    2013-09-30

    infrastructure require- ments (sewer systems, wastewater treatment plants, water supply, skilled labor, and proximity of service sector suppliers) for...alternative on Army lands. Por- tions of Army lands are viewed as compatible with oilseed and cellulosic feedstock crops, including roadside and...practices can be used, imple- mentation of oilseed and cellulosic feedstock crops on these lands can be rapid (2-4 years). However, significant negative

  7. Defining Army Capabilities to Meet Building Partnership Capacity Requirements

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    2012-05-17

    Obviously, these congruencies represent efficiencies Army forces must possess but at what level and on what scale. Taken in their totality, they represent...Army Regulation 11-31 clarifies these examples provided in the APS as being in congruence with regulation when it defines the following ways that the...support to those BCTs into account. Rough math puts the reduction closer to the range of 45,000 to 65,000 soldiers in terms of only the BCTs. For

  8. Assessing the Army’s Software Patch Management Process

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    2016-03-04

    http://signal.army.mil/armyComArchive/2011/Vol36/No1/ 2011Vol36No1Sub15.pdf Federal Information Security Management Act, 116 Stat . 2946 (2002...Federal Information Security Modernization Act, 128 Stat . 3073 (2014). Florian, C. (2015). Most vulnerable operating systems and applications in 2014...Government Accountability Office. (2015b). Information security : IRS needs to continue improving controls over financial and taxpayer data (GAO-15

  9. The Underrepresentation of African Americans in Army Combat Arms Branches

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    2014-12-04

    aei.org/wp- content/uploads/ROTC-Final-May-2011.pdf. Morehouse, Maggie M. Fighting in the Jim Crow Army. New York: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers...4302. Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law , no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply...Why Black Officers Fail.” Research Project, US Army War College, 1998. Callaghan, Jim . “West Point Pipeline in Queens.” New York Teacher (19 February

  10. Architectural Survey of Ohio Army National Guard Properties: Volume 1

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    2015-12-01

    diverse as community planning, engineering, architecture , and landscape architecture . Design includes such elements as organization of space...ER D C/ CE RL T R- 15 -3 8, V ol . I Architectural Survey of Ohio Army National Guard Properties: Volume I Co ns tr uc tio n En gi ne... Architectural Survey of Ohio Army National Guard Properties: Volume I Sunny E. Adams and Adam D. Smith Construction Engineering Research Laboratory U.S

  11. Watch Out for the Children: Army Policy and Child Soldiers

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    2016-06-01

    of educating soldiers that humanitarian law applies to both adults as well as children is imperative. This informs and reminds Army units that...be held accountable and will face legal ramifications, with the possibility of being tried for war crimes , in their use and abuse of children as... CHILDREN : ARMY POLICY AND CHILD SOLDIERS by John A. Burkhart III June 2016 Thesis Advisor: Bradley Strawser Second Reader: Ian Rice

  12. Lateral Coordination of Interdependent U.S. Army Information Tasks

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    Adapted from Richard L. Daft and Raymond A. Noe, Organizational Behavior (Mason, OH: South-Western, 2001), p. 91. 47 Department of the Army, Field Manual...Army_Doctrine_U pdate_FM501_FM30.pdf (accessed 8/20/08). Daft , Richard L. and Raymond A. Noe. Organizational Behavior. (Mason, OH: South-Western, 2001...army’s planning, organization, training, leadership style, tactics, weapons, and equipment. These activities in preparation for future war lie at the

  13. Environmentally Friendly Adhesives and Sealants for Army Applications

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    2008-12-01

    styrene-butadiene rubber ( SBR ), and nitrile. One brush coat of the adhesive material was applied to the prepared surfaces of the rubber strips...Unclassified Title Environmentally Friendly Adhesives and Sealants for Army Applications 3. Author(s) Faye R. Toulan, Felicia Levine, Leslie...TYPE N/A 3. DATES COVERED - 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Environmentally Friendly Adhesives And Sealants For Army Applications 5a. CONTRACT NUMBER

  14. Army - Air Force Cooperation: Looking Backward to Move Forward

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    Army – Air Force Cooperation: Looking Backward to Move Forward Approved by: __________________________________, Monograph Director William J...until 1947 the US Army was the master of its own destiny. Evidence and lessons learned during combat in World War II led to the creation of a separate...Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), and General William W. Momyer, Commander of the Air Force’s Tactical Air Command (TAC). At the first meeting

  15. Sources of Resilience in the Lords Resistance Army

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    Forced Marriage within the Lord’s Resistance Army, Uganda, Feinstein International Center, 2008, accessed February 7, 2017, http://fic.tufts.edu...assets/ Forced + Marriage +within+the+LRA-2008.pdf. 67 Ronan, The State of the LRA in 2016. 68 Ibid. 69 LRA, Dominic Ongwen’s Domino Effect. 70 “Joseph...3e2537440602. Carlson, Khristopher, and Dylan Mazurana. Forced Marriage within the Lord’s Resistance Army, Uganda. Feinstein International Center

  16. Sustainable Painting Operations for the Total Army: SUCCESS!

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    Methylene Chloride -Based Paint Strippers at Anniston Army Depot 2010 Secretary of Defense Environmental Award Environmental Excellence in Weapon System...4. Rinse 5. Acid 6. Rinse 7. Base 8. Rinse 9. Air Methylene Chloride Depainting Process Flow 1. Strip 2. Rinse 3. Base 5. Air Alternative Depainting...737-8677 erik.hangeland@us.army.mil ptaylor@haifire.com Presented to E2S2 Symposium, New Orleans, LA, 11 May 2011 Sustainable Painting Operations for

  17. The Dynamics of Change: Regeneration of the Indonesian Army.

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    Army Special Forces (KOPASSANDHA): COI1U11a11Idl MG Yogic Suardi Memet * it(B) CCL, W ismuy Ar i.-j MU11,1IL101 A (N4) Deputy Commander *MG Soedjasmin0...KLTG Yogic Suardi Memet Cdr KODAM, VI/Cdr Special Forces Cdr KOWILHAN II BG S. Momon HI. Ad ip)Utro) Unknown Chi Army F iulaaic L’uia’ BC IP1

  18. Integrating Environmental Impact Assessment with Master Planning at Army Installations

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    background on both the benefits and problems of NEPA integration into early agency planning. Army land use planning , the subject of this paper, focuses on...making. Rather, this research focuses on the land use planning associated with on-going activities at the installation level. This installation master...installation master plan within the past five years. Thus, other recent cases of NEPA documents for Army land use planning were also pursued. These

  19. Suicide risk factors in the professional military personnel in the Army of Serbia

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Background/Aim. Recognition of suicide risk factors is important in taking adequate suicide preventive measures, Suicide Prevention Program for Professional Military Personnel (PMP implemented in the Army of Serbia in 2003. The aim of our study was to establish suicide risk factors in PMP of the Army of Serbia. Methods. Analysis of suicide risk factors in PMP was carried out on the basis of data obtained by psychological suicide autopsy. The controls were demographically similar psychiatric outpatients with no history of suicidal behavior. A descriptive statistics method was used for risk factors analysis. The t-test was used for testing statistical hypotheses. Results. A total of 30 PMP, aged 22-49 years (30.53 ± 6.24 on average committed suicide within the period 1998-2007. Distal suicide risk factors in PMP were considered to be not being married, psychiatric heredity, having no outpatient psychiatric treatment, gambling, regular physical practice (bodybuilding, less transfer to a different post, low motivation for military service (p < 0.001, not having children, parental loss in early childhood, alcohol abuse (p < 0.005, low salary (p < 0.01 uncompleted military school, debts in the family (p < 0.05. The commonest proximal suicide risk factors were: actual family problems (36.6%, actual mental problems (13.3%, burnout (13.3%, negative balance of accounts (13.3%, professional problems (6.7%, behavioral model while for 10.0% PMP suicide risk factors could not be established. Conclusion. According to the presence of multiple suicide risk factors, Suicide Prevention Program for PMP in the Army of Serbia is directed to the prevention of both proximal and distal suicide risk factors.

  20. USAR Nurse Referral and Retention Program.

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    Foley, J E; Foley, B J

    1992-09-01

    In 1987, the 804th Hospital Center made alleviating the shortfall of registered nurses in the Command a priority. The Command had only 79% of its registered nurse positions filled at the time. Using the recruitment strategies of an employee referral program and a mailing list, the Command reached 100% fill in 2 years and maintained those gains for an additional year. Retention strategies were also implemented which lowered the attrition rate. This paper describes the Army Nurse Referral and Retention Program developed and implemented at the 804th Hospital Center that relieved the shortfall of registered nurses in the United States Army Reserve in New England.

  1. 2017 ARL Summer Student Program. Volume 1: Symposium Presentations

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    ARL-SR-0387 ● DEC 2017 US Army Research Laboratory 2017 ARL Summer Student Program , Volume I: Symposium Presentations...Student Program , Volume I: Symposium Presentations Compiled by Rose Pesce-Rodriguez Approved for public release...REPORT TYPE Special Report 3. DATES COVERED (From - To) April–August 2017 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE 2017 ARL Summer Student Program , Volume I

  2. The Role of the US Army Reserve in Support of the US Army Force 2025 and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities

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    2015-06-12

    Baumann, Ph.D. The opinions and conclusions expressed herein are those of the student author and do not necessarily represent the views of the U.S...this year so memorable . vi TABLE OF CONTENTS Page MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE THESIS APPROVAL PAGE ............ iii ABSTRACT...sector or non-DOD organization. 51 Another example of this would be Army Reserve Captain Paz Munoz, a certified critical care nurse . In the Army

  3. The United States Army Medical Department Journal. The United States Army Dental Corps: A Century of Commitment, Service, and Care

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    2011-03-01

    Washington, DC. 1 November 1993 – The US Army Dental Command (DENCOM) was provisionally activated in San Antonio, Texas, as a major subordinate element...first commander. (On 2 October 1994, provisional status was removed.) This action established Army dental service delivery under a dental command with...period includes prophies ( dental cleanings ) comprising 14% of the nonexamination dental procedures. TF MED policy was that all dental providers spend

  4. Restructuring the Oral History Program in Academic Year 1990

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    1989-03-01

    management and leadership techniques employed by key retired senior general officers of the U.S. Army. It would also further scholarly research into the...have been basically, as follows: A. To record the management and leadership techniques of selected, retired senior officers and their recollections...and has produced historical matter significant to researchers. The Senior Officer Oral History Program is currently managed by the U.S. Army Military

  5. Learning for Living: A Program Prepared for Use in a Group Home for Children. Leader's Guide (Experimental Edition).

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    Gordon, Marlene

    This report describes an Education for Parenthood demonstration program developed by the Salvation Army for teenagers living at a Salvation Army children's home in Philadelphia. Weekly sessions, held over a 6-month period, emphasized self-esteem, knowledge about children, and career development in the child care field. Firsthand experience in a…

  6. Effects of Low-Volume, High-Intensity Whole-Body Calisthenics on Army ROTC Cadets.

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    Gist, Nicholas H; Freese, Eric C; Ryan, Terence E; Cureton, Kirk J

    2015-05-01

    Our objective was to determine the effects of high-intensity interval training (HIT) on fitness in Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets. Twenty-six college-aged (20.5 ± 1.7 years) participants completed 4 weeks of exercise training 3 days · wk(-1) consisting of either approximately 60 minutes of typical physical training or HIT whole-body calisthenics involving 4 to 7 sets of 30-second "all out" burpees separated by 4 minutes of active recovery. Several pre- and postintervention fitness variables were compared. We observed no changes across time or differences between groups in aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity, or Army Physical Fitness Test performance (p > 0.05). However, there was a significant Group × Time interaction (p = 0.015) for skeletal muscle mitochondrial function (Tc: time constant of recovery). For the typical physical training group, we observed improved mitochondrial function (Tc decreased 2.4 ± 4.6 seconds; Cohen's d = -0.51); whereas, mitochondrial function decreased in HIT (Tc increased 2.4 ± 4.6 seconds; d = 0.50). HIT sustained fitness despite the short duration and reduced volume of activity. A program that includes HIT as part of a larger program may be well suited for maintaining fitness in moderately trained armed forces personnel without access to equipment. Reprint & Copyright © 2015 Association of Military Surgeons of the U.S.

  7. Lightweight composite fighting cover prototype development program

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    Wrenn, G.E. Jr.; Frame, B.J.; Gwaltney, R.C.; Akerman, M.A.

    1996-07-01

    The U.S. Army Field Assistance Science and Technology Program requested Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to demonstrate the use of lightweight composite materials in construction of overhead covers for reinforced infantry fighting positions. In recent years, ORNL researchers have designed and tested several concepts for lightweight ballistic protection structures, and they have developed numerous prototype composite structures for military and civilian applications. In the current program, composite panel designs and materials are tested and optimized to meet anticipated static and dynamic load conditions for the overhead cover structure. Ten prototype composite covers were built at ORNL for use in Army field tests. Each composite cover has a nominal surface area of 12 ft[sup 2] and a nominal weight of 8 lb. Four of the prototypes are made with folding sections to improve their handling characteristics. The composite covers exhibit equivalent performance in Army field tests to covers made with conventional materials that weigh four times as much.

  8. The effects of anxiety and depression on stress-related growth among Chinese army recruits: Resilience and coping as mediators.

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    Yu, Yongju; Peng, Li; Liu, Botao; Liu, Yunbo; Li, Min; Chen, Long; Xie, Junrun; Li, Jing; Li, Jiawen

    2016-09-01

    Stress-related growth can occur after various traumas or stressful events. In order to investigate how anxiety and depression relate to stress-related growth, this study was conducted with 443 Chinese army recruits who had just finished a 3-month recruit training program. Path analyses revealed that resilience and positive/negative coping partially mediated the effect of anxiety on perceived stress-related growth, while negative coping fully mediated the relationship between depression and perceived stress-related growth. Moreover, positive coping partially carried the influence of resilience on perceived stress-related growth. Anxiety and depression may be potential targets for intervention to enhance the development of stress-related growth among Chinese army recruits. © The Author(s) 2015.

  9. Program Manager: Volume 26, Number 6, DSMC 141. November-December 1997

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    1997-01-01

    .... Some of the articles are Coming Soon - Army's New Integrated, Digitized C2 System for Medical and Tactical Commanders, Small Business Innovation Research Program - A Potent DoD Resource,, Defense...

  10. Civilian Marksmanship Program Corporation Needs to Fully Comply With the Law on Sales of Firearms

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    1999-01-01

    .... As required by the Fiscal Year 1996 National Defense Authorization Act, the program was to be transitioned from the Army to the private, nonprofit Corporation for the Promotion of Rifle Practice...

  11. Army Physical Fitness Test scores predict coronary heart disease risk in Army National Guard soldiers.

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    Talbot, Laura A; Weinstein, Ali A; Fleg, Jerome L

    2009-03-01

    An increased rate of cardiac symptoms at combat theater hospitals brings concerns about the predeployment health of Army National Guard (ARNG) soldiers on the basis of older age, lower fitness level, and sedentary lifestyle than active duty troops. The purpose of this study was to examine the association of physical fitness, reported physical activity (PA), and coronary risk factors to calculated 10-year hard coronary heart disease (CHD) risk in 136 ARNG soldiers, aged 18-53 years, who failed the 2-mile run of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). The APFT score, derived from a composite of 2-mile run time, sit-ups, and push-ups, related inversely to 10-year CHD risk (r = -0.23, p APFT scores were positively associated with high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol and inversely with triglycerides, total cholesterol:HDL ratio, diastolic blood pressure, and body mass index (BMI). No relationship existed between PA and any of the CHD risk factors. We conclude that a higher APFT score is associated with a healthier CHD risk factor profile and is a predictor of better predeployment cardiovascular health.

  12. Sex and age differences in physical performance: A comparison of Army basic training and operational populations.

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    Dada, Esther O; Anderson, Morgan K; Grier, Tyson; Alemany, Joseph A; Jones, Bruce H

    2017-11-01

    To determine the age- and sex-specific differences of physical fitness performances and Body Mass Index (BMI) in basic training and the operational Army. Cross-sectional Study. This secondary analysis utilizes retrospective surveys of U.S. Army Soldiers in Basic Combat Training (BCT) and operational units to compare physical performances between men and women as measured by the Army Physical Readiness Test (APFT). An ANOVA was used to compare mean differences in APFT results and BMI within sex-specific populations. A post hoc Tukey test identified specific mean differences. Adjusting for age, an ANCOVA was used to compare sex and occupation (infantry and non-infantry) differences in APFT results. Surveyed populations consisted of 2216 BCT Soldiers (1573 men and 643 women) and 5515 Operational Soldiers (4987 men and 528 women). Male and female operational Soldiers had greater muscular performance (79%-125% higher APFT push-ups, 66%-85% higher APFT sit-ups) and cardiorespiratory performance (22%-24% faster APFT 2-mile run times) than BCT Soldiers. Male BCT and operational Soldiers outperform their female counterparts on tests of muscular and cardiorespiratory endurance. Sex differences in physical performances attenuated among female Soldiers in operational units compared to BCT. Among male operational Soldiers, infantry Soldiers exhibited greater cardiorespiratory and muscular performance than non-infantry Soldiers. Higher BMI was associated with higher age groups, except for female BCT Soldiers. Gaps in cardiorespiratory and muscular performances between men and women should be addressed through targeted physical training programs that aim to minimize physiological differences. Published by Elsevier Ltd.

  13. Updating ARI Educational Benefits Usage Data Bases for Army Regular, Reserve, and Guard: 2005 - 2006

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    Young, Winnie

    2007-01-01

    This report describes the updating of ARI's educational benefits usage database with Montgomery GI Bill and Army College Fund data for Army Regular, Reserve, and Guard components over the 2005 and 2006 period...

  14. The AEF Way of War: The American Army and Combat in the First World War

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    Grotelueschen, Mark

    2003-01-01

    Many scholars of the First World War have examined the European armies in new ways that have shown not only how those armies actually fought along the Western Front, but how they changed their ideas...

  15. Evaluation of Alternative Aptitude Area (AA) Composites and Job Families for Army Classification

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    Diaz, Tirso; Ingerick, Michael; Lightfoot, Mary Ann

    2004-01-01

    ... classification and assignment of Army personnel to entry-level jobs. The current study aimed to independently evaluate the efficacy of the proposed AA composites, and corresponding job families, to meet the Army's classification...

  16. The Need to Change Army Policies Toward Single Parents and Dual Military Couples With Children

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    Carroll, Carolyn

    2005-01-01

    The purpose of this report is to identify the key challenges with current Army personnel policies and to provide recommendations that would reduce the impact of single parents on Army unit readiness...

  17. A prospective investigation of injury incidence and risk factors among army recruits in combat engineer training

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    Knapik, Joseph J; Graham, Bria; Cobbs, Jacketta; Thompson, Diane; Steelman, Ryan; Jones, Bruce H

    2013-01-01

    United States Army combat engineer (ENG) training is an intense 14-week course designed to introduce new recruits to basic soldiering activities, Army values and lifestyle, and engineering skills and knowledge...

  18. Special Army Reports Prepared by Defense Finance and Accounting Service Indianapolis Operations

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    Granetto, Paul J; Marsh, Patricia A; Armstrong, Jack L; Wenzel, Paul C; Barnes, Leslie M; Grum, Andrew D; Kleiman, E. E; Baer, Joseph A; Maroska, Chad A; Thompson, Ann L

    2007-01-01

    .... This is the second in a series of reports related to Army budget execution operations. The first report discussed the transmission of Army budget execution data by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS...

  19. 75 FR 22756 - Federal Advisory Committee; United States Army Science Board; Charter Renewal

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    2010-04-30

    ..., technical, manufacturing, acquisition, logistics, and business management functions, and other Department of... disciplines: Science, technology, manufacturing, acquisition, logistics, business management functions, and... Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology; and as requested, other Army organizations as...

  20. Green Warriors: Army Environmental Considerations for Contingency Operations from Planning through Post-Conflict

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    Mosher, David E; Lachman, Beth E; Greenberg, Michael D; Nichols, Tiffany; Rosen, Brian; Willis, Henry H

    2008-01-01

    .... Army conducts overseas. Countries in which the Army conducts operations tend to have environmental problems caused by industrialization, lack of environmental protection, long-running conflict, and natural conditions...