ARMY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (ARI)

the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences has its headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, and first opened in 1939. Its function is to maximize combat effectiveness by means of research - primarily in the acquisition, development, training, and utilization of citizen soldiers in military forces. It conducts basic, exploratory, and advanced research that generally pertains to these areas.

ARMY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (ARI): "The Army Research Institute, which opened in 1939, conducts research into military issues."
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