MICH 2001 Light helmet replica
The Modular Integrated Communications Helmet (MICH), commonly known as the Advanced Combat Helmet (ACH) was designed by the US Army Soldier Systems Center as a new generation of protective battle helmets to be used by the Army of the United States of America. It was officially introduced as a standard AFSF helmet. The United States Marine Corps also adopted the MICH helmet in order to equip some of its units. Also the U.S. Navy special forces are using the standard model.
The helmet’s replica was made of durable and very light plastic. It is equipped with a four point chin-strap system which allows to adjust the helmet to the individual preferences. The replaceable foams are mounted with the use of Velcro and absorb shock very well.
The high cut “ears” of the helmet facilitate the use of hearing protection. The helmet is equipped with three drills which are used to mount the night vision goggles’ mounting plate.