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By Pamela R. Frese, Margaret C. Harrell

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Anthropology and the us Military is an interesting edited selection of ethnographic learn that seeks to supply visions of and for US army tradition from an effective anthropological base. the amount explores numerous very important yet rather unknown cultural diversifications within the security group via a number of lenses. a robust record of participants spotlight vital concerns reminiscent of: anthrax vaccines, the "Golden Age" tradition of the army, gender roles between military spouses, weight keep watch over and actual readiness, the army consultant, and the USNA.

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Friedlander. 1994. ” In Vaccines, Stanley A. Plotkin and Edward A. Mortimer, eds. Pp. 729–739. B. Saunders. Cotton, Paul. 1994. ” Journal of the American Medical Association, 27(20):1559–1561. , Matthew Meselson, Jeanne Guillemin, and Philip C. Hanna. 1999. “Anthrax. ” New England Journal of Medicine, 345(11):815–825. Medical Risks and the Volunteer Army ● 43 Douglas, Mary. 1992. ” In Risk and Blame. Essays in Cultural Theory. Pp. 83–101. London: Routledge. Federal News Service. 1998. ” December 13.

In July 1998 a new private company, Bioport, bought MBPI and, with several million dollars in federal support, proceeded to construct a larger facility to meet the projected demands of AVIP. Headed by retired Admiral William Crowe, former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Bioport quickly ran afoul of the FDA, again on the issue of production and quality standards. The military had to rely on old MBPI lots of vaccine, which caused it some embarrassment. At a December 13, 1998 press conference, Pentagon officials put the best spin on anthrax vaccine stocks but had to admit that one million doses of some two million available were probably unsuitable for use and that Phase II of AVIP would necessarily be delayed (Federal News Service 1998).

This money was given to just over 400 research projects. 53 percent of grants were made for projects that study up, and these accounted for only $691,751 of the nearly $20 million worth of grants made during the period. 1 NSF Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology Awards, 1995–2001 Number of Grants Awarded: Studying-up versus Total Awards 22 ● Robert A. 2 NSF Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology Awards, 1995–2001 Value of Grants Awarded: Studying-up Total Awards The situation regarding support of anthropological research on topics relating to the military or defense is even starker.

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