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This Army program prevented a disease outbreak in a unit deploying to Afghanistan (Todd South, Defense News)

A set of human performance tools under development by the Army likely prevented a disease outbreak predeployment for one battalion and possibly saved the life of a soldier who was having suicidal thoughts, according to the unit’s commander, Lt. Col. Christopher Rowe.

The MASTR-E, or Measuring and Advancing Soldier Tactical Readiness and Effectiveness, program is the Army’s attempt to better track and manage soldier performance within units.

This Army program prevented a disease outbreak in a unit deploying to Afghanistan (defensenews.com)