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Stephen Rachael III: Armored vehicle. Richard C Litman, January 9, 1990: US04892345 (234 worldwide citation)

An armored vehicle includes a multi-compartmented cab section having an isolated driver area and adjacent crew member area each with a separate door providing access/exit therefrom. An attached vault section includes a plurality of separate cargo compartments provided with individual doors all of wh ...


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Igor Khalfin, Herbert R Jones Jr: Methods and apparatus for electromagnetic position and orientation tracking with distortion compensation. Polhemus, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citowski PC, June 4, 2002: US06400139 (50 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for position/orientation tracking within a bounded volume employ at least one stationary sensor, called a “witness sensor,” having a fixed position and orientation near or within the volume to account for electromagnetic distortion. One or more probe sensors are placed on an ob ...


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Richard C Medlin: Lightweight armored vehicle and method of making same. February 23, 1982: US04316404 (47 worldwide citation)

A lightweight armored vehicle and method of making the same is shown. The interior or a standard automobile to be equipped with lightweight armor is first stripped of its interior furnishings. Mechanisms to raise or lower the windows are removed. Doors and window frames are rebuilt to rigidly mount ...


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Richard A Brower: Combat vehicle crewman helmet. Ratner & Prestia, July 4, 1989: US04843642 (44 worldwide citation)

A flexible helmet for armored vehicle crewmen which has a plurality of adjustable straps which position ear shells and ear seals and a unitary impact-absorbing pad which forms a virtually continuous layer of protection while conforming to the head of the wearer.


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Richard C Medlin: Lightweight armored vehicle and method of making same. Jackson Walker L, December 11, 2001: US06327954 (42 worldwide citation)

An improved lightweight armored vehicle and a cost effective method of retrofitting standard automobiles to make them lightweight armored vehicles. Metal edge channels and edge caps fit about laminated windows to protect the laminated edges for stress, moisture and atmosphere and fit within the stan ...


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Armin Zonak: Anti-mine floor for an armored vehicle. Rheinmetall Landsysteme, Norman N Kunitz, Venable, December 9, 2003: US06658984 (41 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for providing anti-mine protection for an armored vehicle, the apparatus comprising a concave floor plate (


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Pagano Victor H, Fabrykowski Zygmunt J: Universal applique armor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, October 16, 1973: US3765299 (40 worldwide citation)

An envelope or panel member having formed therein a plurality of angled hing slots adopted to loosely support armor elements disposed in the designated holding slots. Air space areas within the envelope can be sealed or filled with plastic, or the like, depending on need for buoyancy to overall vehi ...


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Rene Gonzalez: High pressure gas actuated reactive armor. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Peter A Taucher, Gail S Soderling, June 25, 1991: US05025707 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved reactive armor is disclosed. The armor has means which impinge n a penetrating threat to destroy its integrity and prevent incursion to the interior of an armored vehicle.


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Irving Appelblatt, Peter Krawiecki: Six-wheel armored vehicle. Cadillac Gage Company, Krass & Young, January 8, 1985: US04492282 (37 worldwide citation)

A six-wheel armored vehicle has each wheel driven by an engine mounted between the front wheels and to the side of a driver's station disposed in the beveled shaped nose of the vehicle. Terrain in front and to the sides of the vehicle may be viewed by a driver from within the vehicle by a plurality ...


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Harry N Hambric, Wilfred J Gregson II, James D Lundin, Kenneth V Strittmatter, Lawrence A Koster: Mine effects simulator system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Charles D Miller, Werten F W Bellamy, Anthony T Lane, December 24, 1991: US05074793 (33 worldwide citation)

A mine effects simulator system for simulating the operation and encounter f land mines and their potential effects on an armored vehicle. The system utilizes an authentic land mine activation mechanism, radio transmitter and logic circuitry and provides a radio frequency signal when activated by th ...