Development of a Test Methodology to Evaluate Mine Protective Footwear

@inproceedings{Bass2004DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Test Methodology to Evaluate Mine Protective Footwear},
  author={Cameron R Dale Bass and Benny Folk and Robert S. Salzar and Martin B. Davis and Robert Sean Harris and Mark Steve Rountree and Ted Harcke and Elizabeth G Rouse and B. W. Oliver and Ellory Sanderson},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract : There are an estimated 110 million landmines in place around the world, and there are further threats to military personnel in combat situations. Individuals involved in antipersonnel demining efforts face a large threat of traumatic injury especially to their lower extremities. Landmine injuries may be very severe, often resulting in amputation or death, but protective equipment worn during these missions must be a balance between safety and mobility. However, there is no current… CONTINUE READING

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