FAST: Getting Soldiers What They Need

Cupernall, Julie
May 2006
Soldiers;May2006, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p34
This article provides information on the Field Assistance in Science and Technology (FAST) program of the U.S. Army's Research, Development and Engineering Command. The program's objective is to identify the needs of soldiers in combat which will be given to design engineers of research and laboratories. A FAST Science and Technology Assistance Team is consist of an officer, a Civilian science advisor and an NCO.


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