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Prototype MOHAWK Helmet Pics

Last week we mentioned that the latest version of Ceradyne’s MOdular HArd Wired Kitted (MOHAWK) Boltless Combat Helmet. But, at last year’s AUSA, Ceradyne along with Wilcox Industries, gave everyone a sneak of the future of combat helmets. These photos of the MOHAWK technology demonstrator were taken during a recent SSD visit to Wilcox Industries. As you can see, the first version was a standard ACH cut. You can also make out an attachment point at the top of the helmet.

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3 Responses to “Prototype MOHAWK Helmet Pics”

  1. Sean says:

    curious question,
    they seem to have most of everything that you would want already on there. However a are there any plans for a rail system that has become so popular? I would think about having one just for modularity and other systems that some online in the future.

    • Andrew says:

      What people normally mount to rails are already integrated in to this helmet. No need for the extra weight and bulk of a rail system.

  2. CrewDog says:

    What material is used to provide that space the mounts hook into. One of the ones holding the battery box is already broken. You bump your helmet in the right place enough times and it will be useless for holding your electronics on.