TALLINN - The Estonian Center for Defense Investment (RKIK) on Monday announced a 30 million euro international procurement for the acquisition of ballistic protection tactical body armor system.
"This is a three-in-one system -- a bulletproof vest, a splinterproof vest, and a tactical vest. The new system will offer ballistic protection and, in the future, replace the harness and tactical vest. Modern warfare requires a high degree of mobility, so we prefer lighter solutions when assessing offers," Ivar Janson, soldier category manager at the Cen...
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