What is most effective way to assign arm and leg guards to modern soldiers?
If we are to make arm and leg guards for modern soldiers as a part of their armor, what is the most effective way, to attach it to modern soldiers? (Especially if under enemy attack and the troops need to be able to get into full gear and ready to respond under three minutes.) Should they be link with their vest? Should they be independent pieces attached? or what else?
by peter565 3 years ago
Why modern soldier's armor has no arm guard or leg guard, like ancient armor?Between 19th~late 20th century, soldier wear no armor, because none is capable of protecting soldiers from modern weapon, but by GolfWar, soldiers start wearing armor made of plates, capable of protecting soldiers from...
by dwsunrise 5 years ago
I am 57 yrs old female, loss of leg and arm hair. Should I be concerned?
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