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Journal Entry ECMAScript programA new approach to prevent non-combat injuries
The heavy loads that active duty service men and women have to carry during deployments and training are taking a toll. Extensive research continues on how to reduce body armor weight and decrease the risk of associated non-combat injuries.
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Journal EntryAcupuncture in military medicine is a growing phenomenon
The December 2011 issue of Medical Acupuncture features a number of free, peer-reviewed articles detailing the use of acupuncture in the military.
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Journal EntryAmputee soldier reporting for duty, Sir!
More amputee soldiers are returning to active duty because of advancements in medicine, facilities, and especially techology.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programAre military mess halls hurting our Armed Forces?
Slate.com has an opinion piece on the Army's "Soldier Athlete" food program that was initiated last fall.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeArmy Physical Readiness Training TC 3-22.20 iPhone App
Integrate technology into your workout by downloading the Army PRT onto your mobile device.
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Journal EntryArmy recruit goes from couch potato to Warfighter
A former couch potato turned disciplined army recruit gets into fighting shape.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsArmy revamps its yearly physical fitness tests
The U.S. Army retools the yearly physical fitness tests with more practical exercises geared to really getting soldiers in fighting shape.
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Journal Entry D source codeBuyer beware! “Brain games” questioned
Many commercial “brain exercise” products claim to improve overall cognitive performance, but a large study shows this may not be the case.
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Journal EntryCaffeine can boost sports performance
High doses of caffeine can increase muscle power and endurance, researchers from Coventry University said in a news release.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programChaplain group tackles Warfighter performance issues
Military chaplains have a working group that discusses emerging spiritual and behavioral issues Warfighters deal with on the front lines and post-deployment.
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