Report To Army Finds Blast From Some Weapons May Put Shooter's Brain At Risk
Military personnel may be endangering their own brains when they operate certain shoulder-fired weapons, according to an Army-commissioned report released April 30. The report, from the Center for a New American Security, says these bazooka-like weapons pose a hazard because they are powered by an explosion just inches from the operator's head.
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