From Page 89
HEDGE is the Army version of HFTEMAN. HEDGE stands for Human Factors
Engineering Data Guide for Evaluation.
This document was published in
January 1978 by the US Army Test and Evaluation Command, Aberdeen Proving
Ground, Maryland. The format of the manual is similar to that of HFTEMAN,
and the types of tests to be conducted are the same. Why would one service
branch duplicate the documentation of another?
(1) To ensure the availability of the material to its own personnel. Turn
to Page 30.
(2) To tailor the information to its own particular systems and equipment.
Turn to Page 30.
(3) Neither of these answers is correct. There is no logical need for such
duplication. Turn to Page 48.
(4) Both of these answers are correct. Turn to Page 49.
From Page 16
(2) We said to take a quick look at the document, but not that quick!
Return to Page 16 and select another answer.
From Page 52
(3) Right system, wrong reason.
The question refers to the likelihood of
change and, while this station may be important to system effectiveness,
change is easier and, therefore, more likely because of the developmental
phase of acquisition in which the station was. Return to Page 52.