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MAJ Ken Landgren
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I wonder if one can get a TBI standing a few feet from the M1 firing its cannon?
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Studies show that repeated exposure to blast pressure waves CAN alter brain chemistry, So not TBI specific but a close relative. TBI can be accumulative of several incidents but generally is the results of a significant impact, concussion or bonk bonk on the head (Maybe some wont get that ref) Some people can take a licking and keep on ticking, others are 1 & done. Boxers, football and Rugby players for example,, some have profound damage, others seemingly immune.
But blast trauma is different. It transmits an intense pressure wave. Many studies and articles out there should you wish to research it.
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MAJ Ken Landgren
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Thanks for your response.
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MAJ Ken Landgren - One of mamy articles,, some posted here on RP

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6237912/
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A1C (Join to see) - Thank you.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Yes.
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Maj Kim P.
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I lost track of the number, but it's a YES for me.
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