CAVEMAN is a high-fidelity computational model of the human body with the geometric detail and accuracy needed to predict the outcomes of extreme loading events on the human anatomy. The CAVEMAN model was developed within the Velodyne modeling framework for mounted crew injury assessment when exposed to underbody blast events for the U.S. Marine Corps. During the development process, the CAVEMAN model has been extensively validated to assure the model represents the human body response under load and is predictive for skeletal and soft tissue injuries. In addition to mounted crew injury analysis, the CAVEMAN model can also be used for ballistics modeling, nonlethal weapons testing, medical simulations, and analysis of laboratory-based cadaveric testing. Injury assessment results can be post-processed with standard finite element tools, the CAVEMAN Injury Visualizer, or virtual reality display. For additional information on the CAVEMAN model please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.