Major of Indian Army made such a helmet, on which the bullet fired from AK-47 is not going to have any impact

by Jeremy Spirogis
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A retired Major of the Army, who made bullet-proof jackets for the nation's military, has now made the world's first such bullet-proof helmet for the military, which isn’t affected by the bullet fired from a distance of AK-47 from 10 meters. Army officers advised ANI, based on an ANI report, "The ballistic helmet has been developed by Major Anoop Mishra underneath Project Abhinaya.

He had additionally developed a full physique safety bulletproof jacket earlier. <! –

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                 This officer is a part of the Indian Army's College of Military Engineering and was making ready bulletproof jackets for a very long time. Major has already opened fireplace on his previous bulletproof jacket.

In addition, the Indian Army's College of Military Engineering, in affiliation with a non-public agency, has developed India's first and world's least expensive gunshot locator. According to a report, it could detect the precise location of the bullet from a distance of 400 meters which is able to assist in quickly detecting and neutralizing the terrorists.

Minister of State for Defense Subhash Bhamre had mentioned in a written reply within the Lok Sabha in July 2018 that "50,000 bulletproof jackets were purchased for the Indian Army through the revenue route during 2016-17."

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