Current and Future Load Bearing Equipment of the United States Marines: An Online Survey
Final rept. Apr-Sep 2002
ARMY SOLDIER AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL COMMAND NATICK MA SOLDIER SYSTEMS CENTER
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The U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command SBCCOM and the U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command MARCORSYSCOM conducted an Internet-based survey to receive feedback on what features and capabilities Marines would like from load bearing equipment. This was done by creating an interactive on-line survey that Marines could access from personal computers. The survey was available on the Internet from July 1 2002 through Aug 31 2002 62 days. Information and a hyperlink to the survey were posted on the Marine Corps home page. The survey was completed by 7,037 Marines. Approximately one third n 2439 of these participants were infantry personnel. For the purposes of this report, only the responses from the Marine infantry will be cited.
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