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AUSA – Revision Military / Milliken

Revision Military has developed an interesting thermal signature management shroud using the Milliken Conceal fabric.

It uses a magnetic interface to keep it in place around eyepro. They’ve also created internal standoff around the nose and mouth to suppress hot spots created from exhalation.

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7 Responses to “AUSA – Revision Military / Milliken”

  1. PTMCCAIN says:

    I’m not saying it’s aliens, but it’s aliens.

  2. Invictus says:

    One step closer to either Mandalorian armor, or a stillsuit.

  3. Joe says:

    Looks foggy..

    • Raven says:

      Joe, Revision Military uses their patented OcuMax coated lenses prevent fogging.

      (From Revision Military website)
      Using its in-house anti-fog chamber, Revision tested the OcuMax Plus coating to the EN 166 standard, one of the only quantifiable standards applied to military eye protection. The result: fog resistance was excellent, with an OcuMax Plus coated lens remaining fog-free for over 100 seconds – 10 times better than competitors’ eyewear coatings tested to the same EN standard.

      While the coating has been proven in the lab, it can also withstand the rigors of combat. In the field, users constantly handle, touch, and clean their lenses. OcuMax Plus has been designed specifically to perform in tough battlefield environments.

      I’m pretty sure they’ve considered this when they developed the system.