This is the Sentry helmet that debuted last year along with the new Moto Mandible and Moto Visor. These are add-ons to the helmet for use in turrets or static positions.
The Moto Visor opens and closes with indexing increments to allow for multiple vented positions and its designed to be used in conjunction with eye pro.
As you can see, it also works with NODs. Granted, there is a slight degradation due to the stand off of the goggles from the eye but it still works.
The Moto Mandible incorporates front vents that exhausts moisture from breathing to prevent the visor from fogging up. This is critical because you can actually wear the visor down to provide full protection. What would be the point of having a visor if you had to keep it up to vent?
Here it’s removed from the helmet and you can see the rear of the ballistic panels. It easily mounts and cantilevers against the edge of t.he shell. It’s held in place via two buckles that fit into the oxygen mask strap receptacles on the rail.
RACS development is complete. Look for an official release in July with orders starting in September.
This gimbal mounted hearing protection incorporates directional hearing augmentation and can be fitted directly over your ears.
Additionally, it can moved into a portage configuration.
Finally, different organizations have different ballistic requirements so now they’re offering multiple performance levels for each of the shell designs.