Warfighter Support; Information on Army and Marine Corps Ground Combat Helmet Pads

Solis, William M.
July 2009
GAO Reports;7/28/2009, p1
Government Documents
A report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is presented concerning U.S. Army and Marine Corps ground combat helmet pads. The report examines how the providers of helmet pad protection are chosen and evaluates research undertaken to improve the quality and performance of helmet pad technology. It discusses pad manufacturing company Team Wendy in Ohio and various pad systems.


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