Biomedical and Human Effectiveness Issues in Projected Naval Aviation Programs. Part II. Implications of Prisoner of War Data,
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The report is the personal experience data of naval aviators held as prisoners of war during the Southeast Asia conflict. Prisoner of war data provide a unique source of biomedical planning information, since the conditions and stresses found in a combat mishap are unlike those of the noncambat aviation accident. These differences often are directly responsible for the type and degree of injuries, and thus have a definite bearing on the effectiveness and adequacy of escape, survival, and rescue equipment.
- Military Aircraft Operations
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems