To See Another Day

Valpolini, Paolo
April 2011
Armada International;Apr/May2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p10
The article discusses developments in eye protection equipment for soldiers. Standards pertaining to eye protection devices require to protect soldiers from small fragments due to explosion of a mortar, nuclear light, and laser radiation. Other modifications in the standards include the incorporation of extended side protection. Revision's Sawfly features an interchangeable lenses to protect soldiers from ballistic, laser, and ultraviolet effects. A description of other devices including Eye Safety Systems' goggle and Arena's Flackjack goggle are noted.


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