Warrior Research

Air Force Special Operations Command
The lack of scientifically guided physical training significantly diminishes physical readiness and predisposes the AFSOC Operator to an increased risk of musculoskeletal injury and impacts the... View >
Army 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
The Department of Defense Injury Prevention and Performance Optimization Research Initiative began in 2006 with the US Army 101st Airborne (Air Assault) Division at Fort Campbell, KY. Based on the... View >
Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command
The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Sports Medicine and Nutrition received a four year research grant from the Office of Naval Research to study injury prevention and human performance models... View >
Naval Special Warfare Project Group 2
US Navy SEALs are a principal special operations force and the maritime component of the United States Special Operations Command. Naval Special Warfare Group 2(NSWG2) is the East Coast group of SEAL... View >
Naval Special Warfare Projects Group 4 (SWCC)
  The Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen (SWCC) is one of the elite combat units of Naval Special Warfare and specializes in the operation of rapid mobility in shallow water where larger ships... View >
Naval Special Warfare Projects SQT / CQT
SEAL Qualification Training/Crewman Qualification Training (SQT/CQT) is the final phase of training to become a SEAL/SWCC. However, little data exists to identify the physical and physiological... View >
United States Army Special Operations Command
At the request of the Command Surgeon from the United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), this research proposal supports development of USASOC's Tactical Human Optimization, Rapid... View >