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Serving Those Who Serve. Rebuilding Together’s Serving Those Who SERVE was developed to meet the needs of injured soldiers and veterans returning from Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. We focus on providing home modifications and repairs to help ease the transition of the veteran or soldier back into their home.
Manufacturers of Helmet Upgrade systems:
Published test results available for ACH, MICH, PASGT, LWH. Test results information on website
Information available on PASGT, ACH. Test results information on website.
Now offers an 8-pad protection comfort system: no test results on website.
MSA: Describe their version of ACH pads as “absorbent”. Scary: Water-logged pads aren’t compressible to respond to sudden impacts.
provides many of the pads systems for the advanced combat helmet (ACH).
US Army and
Cypress Cares: Sends care packages to troops in combat zones, run by an ex-Army Nurse.
For an interesting look at the history of helmets, go to Steel Pots: A History of Helmets
HandyHeroes.com is a national network of service providers made up of community heroes – firefighters, police, military personnel, paramedics and EMS. Through HandyHeroes.com, consumers have free, one-step access to a network of “moonlighting” heroes who
WWW.DefendingFreedom.Net is another website to visit. This group donated 1500 wrist bands that we gave out to those who donated to Operation Helmet. We have also placed them in gathering places for veterans and active duty members as gifts from that program and reminders that we all still care for those who have served.