Protective Materials Programs

  1. US Army AATD RAH-66 Comanche Program, “Armor Protection Against Small Arms and Heavy Machine Guns”, 1998-1999
  2. Plainsman Armor, Inc., “Lightweight, Flexible, Snake Bite Protection for Pants, Boots, and Jackets”, 1999 – 2001
  3. US Army Picatinny Arsenal, “Lightweight Ballistic Protective Covers for LOSAT Anti-Tank Missile Trailers”, 2000 – 2002
  4. US Army Prototype Integration Facility, “Air Warrior Vest Improvement Program”, Thomas, H., 2002 – 2005
  5. US Department of Commerce, “Protective covers for aircraft, land vehicles and ground structures”, Thomas, G., 2007 – 2009
  6. US Navy Office of Naval Research, N09-T032, “Lightweight Roadside Blast Protection”, Weitz, M., Thomas, G., Brennan, K.; 2009-2011
  7. US Department of Commerce, “Protective Shelter Materials for Equipment, Personnel and Rescue Structures”, Thomas, G. 2009-­‐2010
  8. Cocoon, Inc., “Cocoon™ Protective Aircraft Covers Design Concepts and Options for Various Market Sectors”, 2013
  9. US Navy NAVAIR, “Thermal, Acoustic and Ballistic Protection for V-22 Osprey”, Weitz, M., Thomas, G., Brennan, K., 2009 and continuing