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{{Mask|name = XM29|next = [[XM30]]|prototype = yes|filter = C2A1|thread = 40mm|country = {{Country|us}}|manufacturer = ILC DOVER|image = X-MCU04.jpg}}During the 1970's, the Army experimented with two types of masks that were never standardized. The first was the XM29 Series which came in four different versions: combat, armor, aviation, and special purpose. The masks used a unimolded integral large flexible lens of transparent silicone rubber with a protective coating to enhance agent penetration and scratch resistance. Trouble with the lens coating led to redirecting the effort to the XM30 Series Mask in 1979.[[Category:Experimental Masks]]
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{{Mask|name = XM29|next = [[XM30]]|prototype = yes|filter = [[C2 Filter Canister|C2]]|thread = {{Thread|STANAG}}|country = {{Country|us}}|manufacturer = ILC DOVER|image = X-MCU04.jpg}}During the 1970's, the Army experimented with two types of masks that were never standardized. The first was the XM29 Series which came in four different versions: combat, armor, aviation, and special purpose. The masks used a unimolded integral large flexible lens of transparent silicone rubber with a protective coating to enhance agent penetration and scratch resistance. Trouble with the lens coating led to redirecting the effort to the XM30 Series Mask in 1979.
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== References ==
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https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a376445.pdf[[Category:Experimental Masks]]
 
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During the 1970's, the Army experimented with two types of masks that were never standardized. The first was the XM29 Series which came in four different versions: combat, armor, aviation, and special purpose. The masks used a unimolded integral large flexible lens of transparent silicone rubber with a protective coating to enhance agent penetration and scratch resistance. Trouble with the lens coating led to redirecting the effort to the XM30 Series Mask in 1979.

References Edit

https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a376445.pdf

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