PARAMILITARY

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
A-TACS Digital Concealment Systems, LLC 618 - 10th Place
#10 Eleventh Street
Phenix City AL 36867
Licensing of intellectual property in the ...
A-TACS Digital Concealment Systems, LLC 618 - 10th Place
Phenix City AL 36867
Licensing of intellectual property in the ...
A-TACS CAMO DIGITAL CONCEALMENT SYSTEMS, LLC 618 - 10th Place
Phenix City AL 36867
Licensing of intellectual property in the ...
A-TACS LE CAMO Digital Concealment Systems, LLC 618 - 10th Place
Phenix City AL 36867
Licensing of intellectual property in the ...
BLITZER Jeet and Jeet Glass and Chemicals P Ltd V K Industrial Area
IN
Jaipur
India
Vehicles, all-terrain vehicles; apparatus for locomotion ...
LEAP BASEBALL INVENTIONS, LLC 6040 EAST MONTECITO
SCOTTSDALE AZ 85251
Athletic gear and equipment; protective gear ...
PHENIX GEAR Ranger Joe's Columbus Army Surplus Co. 325 Farr Road
Columbus GA 31907
Tactical gear and equipment, protective clothing, ...
PHENIX GEAR Ranger Joe's Columbus Army Surplus Co. 325 Farr Road
Columbus GA 31907
Tactical and assault shirts, jackets, ponchos, ...
PHENIX GEAR Ranger Joe's Columbus Army Surplus Co. 325 Farr Road
Columbus GA 31907
Tactical and assault shirts, jackets, ponchos, ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. For a military or paramilitary firefighter or emergency worker, a protective garment has an outer shell, an inner liner providing thermal insulation, and a moisture barrier between the outer shell and the inner liner. The outer shell has a surface of high visibility and a surface of low visibility and is reversible. The outer shell has reflective trim on the surface of high visibility but not on the surface of low visibility. The inner liner and the moisture barrier are attachable detachably to the outer shell so as to be wearable within whichever surface becomes an inner surface of the outer shell. The protective garment with the surface of high visibility facing outwardly and with the inner liner and the moisture barrier worn within the outer shell conforms to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1971 standard for "Protective Clothing for Structural Fire Fighting."