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Military body armour industry driven by the increased role of ground troops in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq
Military Body Armour & Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Market 2013-2023 - a new market research report on 2014-03-26 10:45:05
The value of the global military body armour and PPE market will reach $900.2m in 2013. Military body armour and personal protective equipment (PPE), has become a standard and crucial element of soldier equipment in recent years.The recent growth of the industry has been driven by the increased role of ground troops in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. The proliferation of IEDs and guerrilla tactics has put ground forces at greater risk in their patrols and operations.The experiences of the US and its allies in Afghanistan and Iraq reinforced the opinion that advanced methods of force protection are vital to ensure armed forces can undertake their operations in a successful and efficient manner. However, this recent growth and the withdrawal of troops from overseas operations by US and Western European nations is expected to have a significant impact upon the military body armour and PPE market.

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