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Old 07-06-2018, 07:10   #1
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Austere Environment Shelters

A bit of a combination of technologies that we have covered in different threads. But there is more involved than just technologies. Any thoughts? They are taking a look at this for new insights: 15-20 man austere shelter

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Waste/wastewater management
Construction materials/methods
Force protection/sensitive compartmented information facility
These solutions will enable smaller, dispersed, resilient and adaptive basing as outlined in the National Defense Strategy.
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While this could take many different forms and be made up of varying pieces, this image is not what I consider austere...probably a field hospital with a staff of 20 or so...lots of mechanical for an austere shelter system...
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While this could take many different forms and be made up of varying pieces, this image is not what I consider austere...probably a field hospital with a staff of 20 or so...lots of mechanical for an austere shelter system...
Uh Yeah, I had to reread your post after looking at the pic to verify. That looks pretty much like a CSH config for temper tents and ISO shelters. Fully setup with ECUs. What's so special about that? Been using those for more than 20 years...
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