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Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! This paper outlines the development of this concept, its application at the field level, and its contribution to the Air Force warfighting capability. In effect, the unit commander made decisions to violate DOD acceptable risk levels with no real knowledge of the impact of a mishap or enemy attack. This paper outlines the development of this concept, its application at the field level, and its contribution to the Air Force warfighting capability.

In addition, safety factors in all combat explosives operations have been scrutinized in light of shifting from peacetime to wartime acceptable risk levels.