Future Soldier – Army Unveils Lightweight, Scalable Body Armor
Flex9Armor Featured in 2017 Officers Only Catalogue
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Flex9Armor Fact Sheet
The Flex9Armor™ Shirt — enhanced protection with increased mobility. Flexible NIJ 0101.06 certified soft armor panels in the collar, shoulders, biceps, chest and upper back. View more about this shirt on our website at http://protecttheforce.com/flex9armor-shirt
Army engineer invents lightweight ballistic combat shirt, wins award
“We set out with this science and technology effort to meet the needs of high-performance athletes, which is what Soldiers are,” said Dilalla, the team leader of the Infantry Combat Equipment Team at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center.
Texas A&M Engineering – Flex9Armor
Two resources that are virtually unmatched at TEEX are our access to first responder SMEs and realistic training facilities,” Holt said. “When these two resources are combined with our long-standing partnership with Texas Center for Applied Technology, we add engineering expertise to develop and execute testing protocols for some of the most innovative technologies in first response. For this reason we can proudly offer all technologies selected for DPSI’s Technology Transfer Program to become TEEX TESTED®.
“In the next phase, TEEX will guide the companies through a continuous product development cycle of Think, Build, Sell. The focus will be on prototype development, first responder customization, and potential integration with existing first responder systems,” said Caleb Holt, manager of the TEEX PDC.
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