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Smith, B.A. (1988) Military Training at New York’s Elmira Reformatory 1888-1920. Federal Probation. 52(1), pp.33-40.

Journal Article 02:

Braithwaite, M., Nicholson, G., Thornton, R., Jones, D., Simpson, R., McLoughin, G. & Jenkins, D. (2009) Armed Forces Occupational Health – A Review. Occupational Medicine. 59, pp.528-538.

Journal Article 03:

Burgess, J. (2010) The Army Primary Health Care Service: From Foundation to Future. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. 156(3), pp.185-188.

Journal Article 04:

Sharma, J., Golby, J., Greeves, J. & Spears, I.R. (2011) Biomechanical and Lifestyle Risk Factors for Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome in Army Recruits: A Prospective Study. Gait Posture. 33(3), pp.361-365.

Journal Article 05:

Blacker, S.D., Wilkinson, D.M., Bilzon, J.L. & Rayson, M.P. (2008) Risk Factors for Training Injuries Among British Army Recruits. Military Medicine. 173(3), pp.278-286.

Journal Article 06:

Blacker, S.D., Wilkinson, D.M. & Rayson, M.P. (2009) Gender Differences in the Physical Demands of British Army Recruit Training. Military Medicine. 174(8), pp.811-816.

Journal Article 07:

Bilzon, J.L.J. & Griggs, K.E. (2007) The Efficacy of Training Female Phase 1 British Army Recruits in Single-sex Platoons. HQ ARTD. Internal Report No. 2007.02.01.

Journal Article 08:

Bilzon, J.L.J. & Griggs, K.E. (2008) Soldier Preconditioning Course (SPC)—CSE 1-5 ATR (P) Females: Interim Audit. HQ ARTD. Internal Report No. 2008.05.28.

Journal Article 09:

Thompson, J.C., Boddy, K., Stein, R., Whear, R., Barton, J. & Depledge, M.H. (2011) Does Participating in Physical Activity in Outdoor Natural Environments Have a Greater Effect on Physical and Mental Wellbeing than Physical Activity Indoors? A Systematic Review. Environmental Science & Technology. 45(5), pp.1761-1772.

Journal Article 10:

Legg, S.J. & Duggan, A. (1996) The Effects of Basic Training on Aerobic Fitness and Muscular Strength and Endurance of British Army Recruits. Ergonomics. 39(12), pp.1403-1418.

Journal Article 11:

Knapick, J.J., Bullock, S.H., Canada, S. Toney, E., Wells, J.D., Hoedebecke, E. & Jones, B.H. (2004) Influence of an Injury Reduction Program on Injury and Fitness Outcomes among Soldiers. Injury Prevention. 10, pp.37-42.

Journal Article 12:

Wilkinson, D.M., Blacker, S.D., Richmond, V.L., Horner, F.E., Rayson, M.P., Spiess, A. & Knapick, J.J. (2011) Injuries and Injury Risk Factors among British Army Infantry Soldiers during Predeployment Training. Injury Prevention. 17, pp.381-387.

Journal Article 13:

Knapick, J.J., Ang, P., Meiselman, H. & Johnson, W. (1997) Soldier Performance and Strenuous Road Marching: : Influence of Load Mass and Load Distribution. Military Medicine. 162(1), pp.62-67.

Journal Article 14:

Knapick, J.J. (1989) Loads Carried by Soldiers: Historical, Physiological, Biomechanical, and Medical Aspects. Technical Report No. T19-89. Natick, MA. US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.

Journal Article 15:

Knapick, J.J., Bahrke, M., Staab, J., Reynolds, K., Vogel, J. & O’Connor, J. (1990) Frequency of Loaded Road March Training and Performance on a Loaded Road March. Technical Report No.T13-90. Natick, MA. US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.

Journal Article 16:

Orloff, H.A. & Rapp, C.M. (2004) The Effects of Load Carriage on Spinal Curvature and Posture. Spine. 29(12), pp.1325-1329.

Journal Article 17:

Lafiandra, M. & Harman, E. (2004) The Distribution of Forces between the Upper and Lower Back during Load Carriage. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 36(3), pp.460-467.

Journal Article 18:

Knapick, J.J., Staab, J., Bahrke, M., O’Connor, J., Sharp, M., Frykman, P., Mello, R., Reynolds, K. & Vogel, J. (1990) Relationship of Soldier Load Carriage to Physiological Factors, Military Experience and Mood States. Technical Report No. T17-90. Natick, MA. US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine.

Journal Article 19:

Golriz, S. & Walker, B. (2011) Can Load Carriage System Weight, Design and Placement Affect Pain and Discomfort? A Systematic Review. Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 24(1), pp.1-16.

Journal Article 20:

Johnston, V., Coyle, J., Pope, R. & Orr, R.M. (2011) Load Carriage and the Female Soldier. Journal of Military and Veteran’s Health. 19(3).

Journal Article 21:

Orr, R.M., Pope, R., Johnston, V. & Coyle, J. (2011) Load Carriage and its Force Impact. Australian Defence Force Journal. 185, pp.52-63.

Journal Article 22:

Orr, R.M., Pope, R., Johnston, V. & Coyle, J. (2010) Load Carriage: Minimising Soldier Injuries through Physical Conditioning – A Narrative Review. Journal of Military and Veteran’s Health. 18(3), pp.31-38.

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