Experimental equipment for the US Army, which was developed in 1970-1990Pictolic
In the American city of Natick (Massachusetts) there is a large research center under the US Department of Defense — Natick Soldier Systems Center. It is also called the Natik Army Laboratories. These laboratories are engaged in research, development and testing of new types of equipment for the military — uniforms, ammunition, tents, amphibious parachutes, dry rations, etc.
A head-stop for helmets, 1973.
Kevlar sports jacket, 1974
Weight for military boots, 1974
Aeromechanical foam generator (prototype), 1976
Set for use in cold weather, designed for 18 people
Camouflage net in the desert, 1973
ADEL (AMEL), a landing kit with a projectile for a "Stinger"
A laser beam passes through a bottle of paint used to disguise clothing, 1973
Thermal suit, 1992
Inflatable arches for the construction of a temporary shelter, 1979
PASGT helmet, tested in battle. Grenada, 1983
Demo tent, 1985
Study of microcooling in the tropics, 1985
Winter camouflage suits, 1981-1984.
Female military beret front and side, 1982
Commodity face: the insides of a military boot, 1974
Cooling vest test, 1983
Camouflage uniform for the desert, 1973
Women's winter hat, 1980
Invisible camouflage for the infrared range, 1974
Testing of the Army canteen, 1978