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By Zhao Lei | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated:2017-02-22 17:27Many members of the Peoples Liberation Army now have a new set of gadgets – personal identification tags, which will help to improve the management of service members and battlefield logistical and medical support.According to PLA Daily, the militarys flagship newspaper, members from 13 units of the Navy, Air Force and Rocket Force have been given the set that consists of three parts – a main metal tag engraved with the bearers name, rank, blood type and military member code, an auxiliary metal tag with a quick response code and a built-in microchip recording the bearers health information. There also is a wristwatch capable of measuring the bearers heart rate and sending distress signals.Officers and medical professionals in these units were given a cellphone-like device that can receive signals sent from soldiers, scan a tag bearers quick response code and record emergency and medical situations.The tags and auxiliary instruments started to be developed in November 2013 and the first products were used on a trial basis by a brigade of the 27th Group Army, the report said, adding they have proved to be effective in battlefield medical efforts through combat exercises by the brigade.The United States was the first country to give identification tags to members of its armed forces. Currently, the military in more than 30 nations, including Russia, Germany and Japan, use identification tags.Related StoriesPLA does not want war, but is not afraid of oneReal life Mulan: PLAs female special ops soldiers prove girl powerPLA drill features advanced missilePLA may have new air-to-air missilePhotoForeign son-in-law assists local village in tourismCouples flower valley planted with love gains national attentionWoman spends $726 per month commuting between two citiesBeijing welcomes first snow in Year of the RoosterChinese Navy carries out counter-attack drill in South China SeaCamera fan showcases his treasuresLatest13 PLA units get new personal ID tagsTibet set to receive 25 million tourists this yearAirlines microblog post of plane buried in snow amuses netizensExperts forecast for Chinas economy in 2017Foreign son-in-law assists local village in tourismState Council NewsState Council to inspect government services nationwidePremier’s special connection with shantytown renovationExclusiveXis vision of media: Responsible, innovative, globalSaving pangolinsFather severs parental relationship with son in public letterEditors picksMongolian courier delivers on horseback in snowSwapping shantytown for The suburbsTen photos you dont wanna missTen photos from across China: Feb 10 – 16SpecialSpring Festival travel rushDiscovering FujianBACK TO THE TOPHOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELWATCHTHISSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperMOBILECopyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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