Army Takes Steps To Protect A Shooter's Brain From Blast Injury

Marines based in Okinawa, Japan, fire an M136 AT-4 rocket launcher as part of a weapons training exercise on the Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility, in 2014.

The Army tells NPR of plans to monitor blast exposure across a military career, to enforce limits on firing certain weapons, and to even look into whether special helmets could help stop blast waves.

(Image credit: Lance Cpl. Matthew Bragg/U.S. Marines/DVIDS)


Source: NPR