A CASE STUDY ON THE ARMY FIELDING OF HELMET SENSORS AND BLAST GAUGES
Mortlock, Robert F.
Naegle, Brad R.
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This case study focuses on the U.S. Army's decision to field generation II helmet sensors and Blast Gauges. The intent is to give students within the Department of Defense the ability to evaluate an acquisition program and the decisions made throughout it, and to determine how those decisions are impacted by the views and expectations of stakeholders. Specifically, this case presents a real-life scenario of decision-making that is shaped more so by external stakeholders than by the quality and performance of the product and data themselves.
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