AUSA 2012 also marked the first tradeshow presence for Revision Military’s new ballistic helmet business. In addition to new aramid helmets and lightweight polyethylene composite helmets, the exhibit featured advanced head and facial protection designs incorporated in the company’s Batlskin Head Protection System, which combines a new ballistic helmet shell, trauma liner, front mount, retention system, mandible guard and visor. Company reps said the lightweight, fully integrated system provides excellent protection from blunt force, blast and ballistic threats (; 800-383-6049).

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