Risk of Significant Injury Parameters for Non-Lethal Weapons Solutions


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Posted: May 15, 2018 | Completed: September 11, 2017
How would Risk of Significant Injury (RSI) parameters best be utilized in future non-lethal weapons (NLW) military solutions?

The requester was seeking a better understanding of how to articulate and include Risk of Significant Injury (RSI) parameters in future Joint Non-Lethal (NL) effects requirements documents for the Army and Marine Corps. DSIAC reached out to an in-house non-lethal weapons (NLW) subject matter expert (SME) from SURVICE Engineering to write a detailed response, that was then provided to the inquirer.


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