The energy requirements of the military personnel are the result of the carried out in XX century researches about the energy consumption and the nutrition of servicemen and the concepts for using of the military units at that time. The study makes an analysis and summary of issues related to the energy consumption of the military personnel in field trainings, influence of the mission and environmental conditions on the energy requirement of the military personnel and energy requirements of women in the army
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