Sleepless in the squadron

McKenna, Pat
July 1998
Airman;Jul98, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p42
Discusses experiments conducted by United States Air Force Research Laboratory chronobiology sleep expert, Rod Hughes regarding the effect of sleep and fatigue on Air Force pilots. Ultimate goal of Hughes' experiment; Reason why Air Force people face an increased risk to the dangers of drowsiness; Importance of sleep; Description of the Air Force's temporal isolation facility.


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