JNLWDJoint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (US DoD)
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Since 2004 and with JNLWD support, the Tactical Behavior Research Laboratory (TBRL) has conducted developmental research, and test and evaluation on a range of NLW energies, including blunt impact (Short, 2006; Short, Reid, Cooke, & Minor, 2010), light and laser (Cooke, 2007; Cooke, Mezzacappa, Yagrich, & Riedener, 2010), and acoustic stimuli (Riedener, 2007; Riedener et al.
The tasks that were chosen for examination from those capabilities identified by the JNLWD (2016) were: "Deny access into/out of an area to individuals (open, single/few/many)" and "Deny access into/out of an area to individuals (confined, single/few/many).
Dep't, Non-Lethal Weapons Annual Review 6 (2013) [hereinafter JNLWD 2013 Rev.
According to Scott Griffiths, systems engineer at the JNLWD, the goal is to produce a system that can operate on a moving vehicle at entry control points, checkpoints and possibly for convoy security.
The JNLWD is working with the services to develop a vehicle-mounted high-power microwave prototype.
JNLWD deposited these documents because it was seeking an NAS green light for further work on chemical weapons.
The JNLWD fully supports service-unique NL S&T funding with the development of the Objective Force FCS.
The roles of the NL ICT, separate Army proponent schools, and the JCIG's recommendations to the NLWs IPT establishing priorities for R&D by the Army and the JNLWD and to support procurement funding in the program objective memorandum, are absolutely essential in ensuring that the Army's NL strategy receives the appropriate resourcing and prioritization.
JNLWD spokesman Shawn Turner says the military has recently abandoned research on calmatives but not because of international legal issues.
Various service programs operate in parallel with JNLWD.
Mark Wrobel, a health-effects officer assigned to JNLWD.
JNLWD received $44 million in the fiscal year 2004 budget, up from $25 million in 2002.