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September 7th, 2004

U.S Army works on liquid body armor

Abstract:
The United States has been developing liquid body armor meant to facilitate the mobility of soldiers. The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has been developing liquid armor for Kevlar vests to ensure a light and flexible armor.

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