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(1) Right. Subparagraph on Seat Belts under paragraph on "Operational and
Maintenance Ground/Shipboard Vehicles," specifies the requirements for seat
belts in man-operated vehicles.
This last question was a little picky, but the point is this: there
is a great deal of information and reference material to be found in
MIL-STD-1472 (some obvious information and some not so obvious).
The next document we will review is MIL-HDBK-759, 'Military
Standardization Handbook, Human Factors Engineering Design for Army
Take a quick look through the Table of Contents (Pages IV
through XIX). What impression do you get?
(1) This document expands on the use of MIL-STD-1472 in the Army. Turn to
(2) This document provides little more than MIL-STD-1472. Turn to Page 90.
(3) If you have this document, you don't really need MIL-STD-1472. Turn to
From Page 78
(4) You have touched on performance reliability but you need to examine the
human in greater detail. Return to Page 78.
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(2) The CCU may have been a primary one; however, it was evaluated in the
advanced developmental stage. While changes can and are made at this phase,
one of the systems studied was at an earlier phase and, therefore, more
easily changed than the CCU. Try again. Return to Page 52.