Special Forces: The Synergy of Physical Might & Technology

“Unlike conventional field battles, where tactics are more flexible and largely dictated by the terrain and the enemy’s deployment, special forces anti-terrorist assaults are a combination of physical might and technology working in a swift syncopation, pre-planned and finely choreographed. Once initiated, they move relentlessly into the heart of the problem with precision timing, not… Read More


Research: Sleep & Traumatic Events

Disrupted sleep shortly after performing rescue and clean-up operations following traumatic events is associated with poor physical health 12 months later. After adjusting for age, sex, body mass index, and initial distress levels, researchers found that early complaints about sleep quality were associated with more physical symptoms, poorer perceived health, and increased use of healthcare… Read More