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In 1993, the Bose Corporation (Framingham, MA) became the first company to supply an active noise reduction (ANR) system to the US Army's armored vehicle personnel with the combat vehicle crewman headset.
A case in point: SPC Robert Cirolia of the 42nd Military Police Brigade was recently wearing a VIS combat vehicle crewman headset, when, as the gunner in the lead vehicle of a convoy in Iraq, an IED blast knocked him unconscious.
3 million is for the Large Field Pack with Internal Frame and the Combat Vehicle Crewman helmets.
Since then, Bose engineers have developed additional products for the military and aviation markets: the Combat Vehicle Crewman headset, the Performance Improved Combat Vehicle Crewman headset, the TriPort([R]) tactical headset, the Aviation Headset X and new A20 Aviation Headset.
Gore & Associates, a world leader in the development of high performance protective fabrics, today announced the launch of the new JSLIST Chemical/Biological (CB) Coverall for Combat Vehicle Crewman (JC3).
Since then, Bose engineers have developed additional products for the aviation and military markets: the Combat Vehicle Crewman headset, Aviation Headset X([R]), Performance Improved Combat Vehicle Crewman headset, and TriPort([R]) tactical headset.
Mounted to the inside of the helmet shell, the system is extremely small and lightweight, and compatible with the USMC Lightweight Helmet, Advanced Combat Helmet and the Combat Vehicle Crewman helmets.
Compatible with the Advanced Combat and the Combat Vehicle Crewman helmets, the system is not noticeable to the wearer and does not interfere with additional helmet-mounted equipment such as goggles and other sensors.