The National Research Council of the National Academies established a study to assess the methodologies used by the U.S. Army for the testing of body armor. This Phase I report is focused primarily on the validity of laser-profiling techniques for body armor test measurements. More comprehensive and detailed evaluations of an array of issues surrounding body armor testing will be presented in the forthcoming Phase II and Phase III reports.
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|ATTACHMENT A STATEMENT OF TASK||20-21|
|ATTACHMENT B COMMITTEE TO REVIEW THE TESTING OF BODY ARMOR MATERIALS FOR USE BY THE U.S. ARMY||22-22|
|ATTACHMENT C ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF REVIEWERS||23-23|
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