April 2007
Soldiers;Apr2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p44
The article reports on the distribution of protective, flame-resistant combat uniforms to forward-deployed U.S. forces. It says that since Army aviators and tankers were first outfitted more than 25 years ago, NOMEX uniforms and uniform items are now being provided to a range of soldiers who may be exposed to fire.


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