Portal Provides Tools, Promises Needed Sailor Rest
Stewart, Kenneth A.
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Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Department of Operations Research Associate Professor Nita Shattuck’s long struggle to improve the amount and quality of Sailor rest at sea has led to the creation of a new online portal. Focused on “Crew Endurance,” the website offers Navy leaders a variety of tools that Shattuck hopes will be used to improve the sleep and operational effectiveness of deployed Sailors and others, around the world.
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