Antihistamine Drugs and Performance on C3 Tasks.
Final rept. 17 Feb 87-30 Sep 89,
ARMSTRONG LAB BROOKS AFB TX
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The DOD is involved in a program to determine the suitability for triservice introduction of new classes of drugs into the military. The Office of Military Performance Assessment Technology OMPAT tasked the USAF Armstrong Laboratory USAFSAM Brooks AFB, TX to develop a generalizable performance measurement system to evaluate the effects of antihistamine drugs on military relevant tasks in the Command, Control, and Communications C missions. Several networked generic workstations were developed to provide mission scenarios, tasks, controls, and displays replicating the functions of the Airborne Warning and Control Systems AWACS weapon director station. The design emphasizes flexibility of measurement, hierarchical organization of measurement levels, and data collection from multiple perspectives. An air defense simulation exercise was conducted. ne data will be analyzed and reported under MIPR 90MM0503 during 1990-91. Performance, Antihistamines, Drugs, Command, Control, Communications, C3, AWACS, Measurement Methods, Team Performance, Simulation, RA V, MIPR.