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Articles by Cody R. Butler, DPT, PhD (Maj., USAF); Lauren E. Haydu, MPH, PhD; Jacob F. Bryant, BS (Capt., USAF); John D. Mata, MS; Juste Tchandja, PhD; Kathleen K. Hogan, MSAT; Ben R. Hando PT, DSc (Lt. Col., USAF)

Musculoskeletal Injuries During U.S. Air Force Special Warfare Training Assessment and Selection, Fiscal Years 2019–2021.

01_Musculoskeletal Injuries

Musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries are costly and the leading cause of medical visits and disability in the U.S. military.1,2 Within training envi­ronments, MSK injuries may lead to a loss of training, deferment to a future class, or voluntary disenrollment from a training pipeline, all of which are impediments to maintaining full levels of manpower and resources for the Department of Defense.

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