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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Deployed War-Fighter Protection (DWFP) Program
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1 - What is DWFP?
2 - Projected studies
3 - Insectary
4 - Cooperative activities
5 - Toxicology research to discover new insecticides
6 - Spatial repellents for military tents in deployment situations
7 - Biological validation for effectiveness of impregnated military uniforms
8 - Spatial repellent delivery field kits
Projected studies

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Novel insecticide chemistries or formulations

1.1. New compounds
1.2. Native plant compounds
1.3. Physiological responses to new compounds

Personal protection

2.1. Revaluation of “old” repellents
2.2. Sustained release repellents
2.3. Spatial repellent in military tents
2.4. Repellent-treated uniforms, fabrics and tent materials
2.5. Sand fly protection
2.6. Fly traps and baits
2.7. Repellents and inhibitors against infected mosquitoes

Application technology

3.1. Pesticides on natural barriers
3.2. Barrier treatments in Anopheles habitats
3.3. Barrier treatments in desert habitat
3.4. Treatment of tactical military barriers
3.5. Electrostatic and other sprayers
3.6. Thermal fog machines
3.7. Insecticide-treated visual targets for flies
3.8. Mosquito coils
3.9. Repellents, inhibitors, and barrier treatments in Sub-Saharan habitat
3.10. Repellents, inhibitors, and barrier treatments in humid tropical habitat


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