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New Helmet System

06 May 2012 This helmet system could have many uses, such as for gunners in the hatch. But as one of the most experienced and smartest vets I know told me this morning, most troops will not want to wear it until they see a buddy lose part of his face. To view the entire PDF please click here.
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