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Special Forces Try Out 'Boba Fett' Bulletproof Helmets16/11/2022
Special Forces Try Out 'Boba Fett' Bulletproof Helmets Britain's special forces unit the SAS are using high-tech "Boba Fett" combat helmets during battle.To get more news about bulletproof tactical helmet, you can visit official website. The Daily Mirror reports these special helmets, named after the Star Wars character because of how similar they look to Boba Fett's own headgear, are said to be bulletproof. The helmet's strong plates can protect against fire, blasts, shrapnel, and any gunshot, including a shot from an AK47 or Magnum 44 round.It also projects maps on to its visor via a built-in GPS system, uses heat-seeking technology to help soldiers track down enemies, and is air conditioned to protect against heat and gases. "The helmet, already being used by special forces, is much more versatile than just stopping bullets," a military source told the Daily Mirror. "It is fitted with the latest communications technology and will help the soldier see the enemy no matter what the circumstances.” The gear was first used by both Navy SEALs and the Army Delta Force before SAS soldiers started trying them out as well. Avon Protection plc is pleased to confirm the award of a contract worth up to $87.6 million over two years to develop and supply the U.S. Army with the next generation Integrated Head Protection System (“IHPS”) as part of a dual sourced programme. This contract replaces the next generation IHPS contract announced on 24 September 2020 which was withdrawn following a competitor protest. Following this award, the U.S. Army has placed an order worth $1.3 million for first article test samples for delivery in the first half of our 2022 financial year. Production under the contract will follow on from the existing low-rate initial production contract for the first generation IHPS which, following the extension announced on 1 April 2021, is due to end in 2022.
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