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(CNN) — El Ejército de Estados Unidos está desarrollando un sostén táctico para sus mujeres soldados.

El sostén, conocido como Army Tactical Brassiere (ATB), está todavía en desarrollo en el Centro de Soldados del Mando de Desarrollo de Capacidades de Combate del Ejercito de EE.UU., también conocido como DEVCOM, en Natick, Massachusetts.

Si es aprobado por la Junta de Uniformes del Ejército, será el primer sostén de uniforme oficial que el Ejército ha ofrecido a sus mujeres soldados en su historia.

Anuncio para los prototipos de sostén que están en desarrollo para el Ejército de EE.UU.

El medio Army Times fue el primero en informar el proyecto de desarrollo del sostén por parte del Ejército.

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El Equipo de Diseño, Patrones y Prototipos del Centro de Soldados presentará los conceptos y diseños finales del sujetador a la Junta de Uniformes del Ejército en el otoño de 2022, dijo a CNN David Accetta, portavoz del Centro de Soldados del Mando de Desarrollo de Capacidades de Combate del Ejército de Estados Unidos.

Si la Junta de Uniformes del Ejército aprueba el prototipo y lo convierte en un Programa de Registro, se añadirá al uniforme del Ejército de Estados Unidos.

Para desarrollar el sujetador, el DEVCOM encuestó a “cientos de mujeres soldado de todo el Ejército en diferentes lugares y trabajos”, con el fin de reunir información sobre el “ajuste, la función, el apoyo y el rendimiento adecuados”, dijo Accetta.

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Los prototipos se desarrollaron en la sede de DEVCOM en Natick, Massachusetts. También se evaluaron allí los posibles conceptos de diseño de socios industriales.

Dado que el sostén se considera una pieza táctica y no una simple prenda deportiva, se realizaron pruebas exhaustivas para desarrollar el prototipo actual, incluidas las pruebas de resistencia a las llamas en las instalaciones de pruebas térmicas de DEVCOM. Los resultados de estas pruebas serán presentados por el equipo de desarrollo cuando se presente la prenda ante la Junta de Uniformes del Ejército a finales de este año.

Si el sostén “se convierte en un Programa Oficial de Registro como resultado de la próxima Junta de Uniformes del Ejército, lo veríamos como una victoria para las mujeres soldado de todo el Ejército, a las que probablemente se les entregaría el ATB al ingresar en el Ejército”, dijo Accetta.

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Crime and Public Safety | Northern California man jailed for causing panic, travel delays at Las Vegas airport

LAS VEGAS — A California man jailed in Las Vegas on suspicion of causing a loud noise that sparked panic and travel delays Sunday at Harry Reid International Airport had been arrested at the airport less than 24 hours earlier for allegedly causing a disturbance near a ticket counter, a police official said Monday.

The sharp sound of a door closing or a trash can toppling — apparently mistaken for gunfire — caused passengers to abandon security lines about 4:30 a.m. Sunday. More loud noises reverberated through the airport’s busy Terminal 1 as metal posts were knocked over in the chaos, Las Vegas police Officer Larry Hadfield said.

Stefan Mathias Hutchison’s alleged role causing the sound was not immediately described.

“The initial sound was a door or trash can falling,” Hadfield said. “That triggered patrons to leave lines, which caused stanchions to fall, causing a succession of loud sounds.”

No serious injuries were reported by airport officials, but social media posts showed people running and, later, crowded in concourses of the terminal that serves most domestic flights.

Dozens of commercial flights in and out of Las Vegas were canceled or delayed throughout the day, and thousands of people were affected. Passengers who had been screened by Transportation Security Administration were required to re-screen at security checkpoints before boarding their flights.

Hutchison, 33, of Carmichael, California, was taken into custody at the airport on a felony burglary charge and held at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas pending a court appearance, records showed. Hutchison was not armed, Hadfield said.

On Saturday, Hutchison had been arrested about 8:30 a.m. on misdemeanor misconduct and resisting an officer charges, and freed from jail without bail later that day. The initial police call in that case was about a possible airport security breach, Hadfield said.

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On Monday, Hutchison refused to be taken from the jail to appear before a judge. Court records showed he was rescheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning. A deputy public defender who was appointed temporarily to represent him did not immediately respond to messages.

Airport spokesman Joe Rajchel said Monday he had no information about people injured in the chaos. He said operations had returned to normal. Reid airport is one of the 10 busiest airports in the world, according to the trade group Airports Council International.

“While Sunday’s incident was a false alarm, the response to any given situation is unique and will be informed by the confirmed details available in real time,” the airport said in a statement.

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