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  1. 41109861160
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank cargo space
    Cross Reference(s):See also Amphibious warfare
    See also L S T
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:CrossReference
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  2. 41109861180
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank casualty
    Cross Reference(s):See also Injury—by branches: Armored forces
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:CrossReference
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  3. 41109861250
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew
    Cross Reference(s):See also Clothing, special
    See also Fatigue
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:CrossReference
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  4. 41109861380
    Author(s):Talso, P. J.
    Clarke, R. W.
    Title:Environmental stresses on tank crews.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank crew Fatigue
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Annual Rep. Med. Dep. Field Res. Laborat.
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1948
    Pagination:App. A, No. 2, 8–14.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  5. 41109861170
    Author(s):Houghten, F. C.
    Consolazio, W. V.
    Pace, N.
    Title:Gas masks and respirators suitable for use in Diesel engine fumes in the tank cargo space of L. S. T. ships.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank cargo space
    Pagination:4p.
    Place of Publication:Bethesda
    Date of Publication:1943
    Size:26½cm.
    Note(s):Forms Rep. No. 2, Res. Proj. X–154, U. S. Nav. M. Res. Inst.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  6. 41109861190
    Author(s):United States. Army. Military Intelligence Service.
    Title:Information bulletin No. 17: Removal of wounded from tanks.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank casualty
    Pagination:26p.
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1942
    Size:20cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  7. 41109861050
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 16: Effect of insulation of transmission and final drive upon the heat load within tanks.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Sanitation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1944
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  8. 41109861010
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 2: Operations at high temperatures; first partial report on Sub-Project No. 2–22: Determination of the amount of heat transmitted to the fighting compartment of tanks under field conditions.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Sanitation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1943
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  9. 41109861100
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 3: Toxic gases in armored vehicles [Reports on sub-project (Spr.)]
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Ventilation
    Pagination:7 nos.
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1942–43
    Size:28cm.
    Contents Note:contents 1. Spr. 3–1, Suppl. rep.: Determination of the characteristics and effects upon the crew of gun fumes from firing of the weapons in tanks of the M4 series; control of gun fumes in M4 series medium tanks by positive-pressure ventilation.19432. Spr. 3–4, First part. rep.: Determination of basic ventilation characteristics of tanks of the M4 series.19433. Spr. 3–5, Suppl. rep.: Correlation of basic ventilation data with gun fume studies and development of an effective design of improvement for the control of gun fumes in the M4 tanks; control of gun fumes in M4 series medium tanks by positivepressure ventilation.19434. Spr. 3–6, First part. rep.: Determination of basic ventilation characteristics of tanks of the M5 series.19435. Spr. 3–9, Part. rep.: Determination of the ventilation requirements for gas-proofing tanks; ventilation requirements for gas-proofing the M–5 tank.19426. Spr. 3–9, Part. rep.: ... Ventilation requirements for gas-proofing tanks of the M–4 series.19437. Spr. 3–9, Second part. rep.: Determination of ventilation requirements for gas-proofing tanks of the M4 series.1943
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
  10. 41109861120
    Author(s):United States. Armored Medical Research Laboratory.
    Title:Project No. 41: First partial report: Physiological characteristics of the T25E1–T26E1 tank; control of gun fume hazard.
    Subject(s):[Military Section] Tank Ventilation
    Place of Publication:Fort Knox
    Date of Publication:1944
    Size:28cm.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Monograph
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 11/Page 986
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