Seventy‐six subjects were exposed to single impulse noises produced by two small shoulder‐fired rockets, and TTS2 was compared with the CHABA limits. The single impulse, 95% protection, and grazing incidence correction factors of the CHABA damage‐risk criterion were validated. Grazing‐incidence shock waves produced comparable results when they arrived at the ear from the front and from the rear.

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