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  1. 41103801140
    Author(s):Baum, W. A.
    Title:The climate of the soldier; vertical temperature distribution surrounding the soldier.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing Environmental aspect
    Pagination:69p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1949
    Size:26½cm.
    Note(s):Forms Pt 3, No. 124, Envir. Protect. Ser. Rep. (U. S. Quartermast. Gen.)
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  2. 41103801320
    Author(s):Hagan, E. T.
    Title:Suits-protective, fire fighting.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing flameproof
    Pagination:26p.
    Place of Publication:Dayton
    Date of Publication:1949
    Size:27cm.
    Note(s):Forms No. MCREXD–666–1L, Memo. Rep. Aero M. Laborat. U. S. Air Force.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  3. 41103801350
    Author(s):Shaub, H. G.
    Hall, J. F. jr
    Fetcher, E. S. jr.
    Title:Extremity protection at low temperatures with electrically heated clothing and heat distribution in electrically heated clothing.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing heated
    Pagination:14p.
    Place of Publication:Dayton
    Date of Publication:1948
    Size:26½cm.
    Note(s):Forms No. MCREXD–696–105J, Memo. Rep. Aero M. Laborat. U. S. Air Force.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  4. 41103801450
    Author(s):Dumke, P. R.
    Whittenberger, J. L.
    Title:Effect of CC–2 impregnated permeable protective clothing on body temperatures of troops during tactical problems at Camp Blanding, Florida.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing impregnated
    Pagination:14p.
    Place of Publication:Edgewood Arsenal
    Date of Publication:1946
    Size:27cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 47, Med. Div. Chem. Warfare Serv. U. S. Army.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  5. 41103801240
    Author(s):Gerking, S. D.
    Robinson, S.
    Title:Physiological comparisons of water repellent and water absorbent clothing.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing Fabric
    Pagination:6p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 432, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  6. 41103801390
    Author(s):Fourt, L.
    Harris, M.
    Title:The effect of clothing on evaporation
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing Hygiene
    Pagination:[1] l.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 434, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  7. 41103801400
    Author(s):Robinson, S.
    Gerking, S. D.
    Title:The effects of army clothing on the heat tolerance of working men.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing Hygiene
    Pagination:5p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 433, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  8. 41103801410
    Author(s):Robinson, S.
    Turrell, E. S.
    Title:The effects of air movement and air permeability of clothing on working men
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing Hygiene
    Pagination:[17]p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 415, Com. Aviat. M. U. S. Nat. Res. Counc.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  9. 41103801470
    Author(s):Fiedler, J. G.
    Title:Stable emulsion of dimethyl phthalate for impregnation of clothing; methods of application.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing impregnated
    Pagination:9 l.
    Place of Publication:Camp Lejeune
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:27½cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 2, Res. Proj. X–505, U. S. Nav. M. Field Res. Laborat.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
  10. 41103801480
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory [Fort Knox, Ky.].
    Title:Project No. T–11, Final report on Project No. T–11; test of heat load imposed by clothing treated torepel insects and arachnids.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Clothing impregnated
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1945
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 380
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