Helmets

Some articles on helmet, helmets:

List Of Concepts In Artemis Fowl - Fairy Concepts - LEP Helmet
... Part of the official LEP uniform, the LEP Helmet was developed by Foaly ... The helmet includes a motion-sensor filter which flags moving objects "with an orange corona" ... The casing of the LEP helmet is made of impregnable polymer ...
Close Helm - Variations
... Beginning at around 1500 armour, including helmets, became more immediately influenced by fashion, especially in civilian clothing ... As a result close helmets came in a huge variety of forms ... The earliest close helmets resembled contemporary armets ...
Logos And Uniforms Of The Pittsburgh Steelers - Helmets
... are the only NFL team that puts its logo on only one side of the helmet (the right side) ... Hart was instructed to do this by Art Rooney as a test to see how the logo appeared on the gold helmets however, its popularity led the team to leave it that way ... followed the Steelers approach at one point or another and had their logo on only one side of the helmet ...
Lacrosse Helmet - History
... Early lacrosse players did not wear helmets ... Summer Olympics, neither of the competing teams wore helmets ... was a demonstration sport, only the United States wore helmets while the opposing teams did not ...
CG634 - History
... The Canadian military sought a replacement for the steel M1 Helmet in the 1980s ... PASGT, and the Israeli OR402 composite helmets to determine the best characteristics of form, fit and, ballistic protection ... Cambridge Ontario received a contract to produce over 2,000 Spectra helmets between 1988 and 1990 for ballistic, engineering, and user trials ...

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    The bugle-call to arms again sounded in my war-trained ear, the bayonets gleamed, the sabres clashed, and the Prussian helmets and the eagles of France stood face to face on the borders of the Rhine.... I remembered our own armies, my own war-stricken country and its dead, its widows and orphans, and it nerved me to action for which the physical strength had long ceased to exist, and on the borrowed force of love and memory, I strove with might and main.
    Clara Barton (1821–1912)