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Test-retest Reliability of the Military Pre-training Questionnaire

Research Paper Title

Test-retest Reliability of the Military Pre-training Questionnaire.

Background

Musculoskeletal injuries are a significant cause of morbidity during military training. A brief, inexpensive and user-friendly tool that demonstrates reliability and validity is warranted to effectively monitor the relationship between multiple predictor variables and injury incidence in military populations. 230 more words

Military Medical

Do Signal Officers Keep their Rank if they do P Coy?

A search term from yesterday.

Simple Answer: Yes

Longer Answer: the P Company course, officially the All Arms Pre-Parachute Selection (AA PPS) Course, is open to all officers and other ranks across the UK Military. 131 more words

Military Physical Training

But He Did

Staff Sergeant Mitchell Corbin, an aerospace technician with the Texas Air National Guard, was on Sam Houston Parkway in Houston, when he saw an overturned vehicle with flames coming from the engine. 298 more words

Chaplain 81

"Visions of Vietnam": A Night In the Red Light District Is Not Always Pleasurable

Excerpt from the Forthcoming Memoir by David J. McCallum:

Visions of Vietnam: An Army Medic’s View of the War

(December 1965- December 1966)

In the late summer of 1965, I was sent to on-the-job training (“OJT”) at the base hospital at Fort Campbell. 309 more words

Vietnam War

War Trophies...

There are no limits to cruelty, savagery and treachery:

  • Liput (Manobo, Philippines): to throw someone off guard.
  • Usauara (Yamana, Chile): to shout, as a group of men, when ready to make an assault on someone they intend to kill.
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