[82] Kleck, op. cit., p. 77. Ballistic experiments conducted by the United States Army Wound Ballistics Laboratory at the Letterman Army Institute of Research has shown that "assault rifle" ammunition has milder wounding effects than civilian hunting ammunition or regular infantry rifle cartridges. Military ammunition commonly used in assault rifles was specifically designed to reduce the likelyhood that it will kill. The wounding of enemy soldiers by assault rifle ammunition not only removes them from the battlefield but requires that a substantial amount of the enemy's infratructure and resources are allocated to evacuating and treating them.