Helmet-mounted sensors measure blast force and help protect soldiers from head trauma

THE MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 4 Oct. 2011. Military head injuries resulting from improvised explosive device (IED) explosions are in the news lately, with a new program that temporarily removes soldiers from duty who have been involved in explosions or other incidents that might cause head trama. There might be a technological solution to the problem, as John Keller reports in this week's Mil & Aero Video Blog.

THE MIL & AERO VIDEO BLOG, 4 Oct. 2011. Military head injuries resulting from improvised explosive device (IED) explosions are in the news lately, with a new program that temporarily removes soldiers from duty who have been involved in explosions or other incidents that might cause head trama. There might be a technological solution to the problem, as John Keller reports in this week's Mil & Aero Video Blog.

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