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List of equipment of the United States Navy

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USS Farragut (DDG-99), an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis combat system-equipped guided missile destroyer. The class has become the longest production run for any post-World War II U.S. Navy surface combatant, with the potential to exceed over a hundred ships.
The ubiquitous M4, a 5.56×45mm (NATO cartridge), air-cooled, direct impingement gas-operated, magazine-fed, carbine-length assault rifle, based on the M16 family of service weapons.

The equipment of the United States Navy have been subdivided into: watercraft, aircraft, munitions, vehicles, and small arms.

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Surface ships

Commissioned surface ships and submarines (arranged by class and displacement)

Class Image Individual ships Notes
Aircraft carriers (11)
Gerald R. Ford
Bow view of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) underway on 8 April 2017.JPG
USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) 10 planned
Nimitz 10
Amphibious assault ships (9)
Wasp 9
USS America (LHA-6) off Rio de Janeiro in August 2014.JPG
11 planned
Amphibious Command Ships (2)
Blue Ridge USS Blue Ridge is the oldest deployed ship
Amphibious transport docks (12)
San Antonio 26 planned
Dock landing ships (10)
Harpers Ferry USS Harpers Ferry (LSD-49)
USS Carter Hall (LSD-50)
USS Oak Hill (LSD-51)
USS Pearl Harbor (LSD-52)
Whidbey Island 6
Cruisers (20)
Ticonderoga 20
Destroyers (72)
Arleigh Burke
USS William P. Lawrence in 2015

USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51)
USS Barry (DDG-52)
USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53)
USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG-54)
USS Stout (DDG-55)
USS John S. McCain (DDG-56)
USS Mitscher (DDG-57)
USS Laboon (DDG-58)
USS Russell (DDG-59)
USS Paul Hamilton (DDG-60)
USS Ramage (DDG-61)
USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62)
USS Stethem (DDG-63)
USS Carney (DDG-64)
USS Benfold (DDG-65)
USS Gonzalez (DDG-66)
USS Cole (DDG-67)
USS The Sullivans (DDG-68)
USS Milius (DDG-69)
USS Hopper (DDG-70)
USS Ross (DDG-71)
USS Mahan (DDG-72)
USS Decatur (DDG-73)
USS McFaul (DDG-74)
USS Donald Cook (DDG-75)
USS Higgins (DDG-76)
USS O'Kane (DDG-77)
USS Porter (DDG-78)
USS Oscar Austin (DDG-79)
USS Roosevelt (DDG-80)
USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81)
USS Lassen (DDG-82)
USS Howard (DDG-83)
USS Bulkeley (DDG-84)
USS McCampbell (DDG-85)
USS Shoup (DDG-86)
USS Mason (DDG-87)
USS Preble (DDG-88)
USS Mustin (DDG-89)
USS Chafee (DDG-90)
USS Pinckney (DDG-91)
USS Momsen (DDG-92)
USS Chung-Hoon (DDG-93)
USS Nitze (DDG-94)
USS James E. Williams (DDG-95)
USS Bainbridge (DDG-96)
USS Halsey (DDG-97)
USS Forrest Sherman (DDG-98)
USS Farragut (DDG-99)
USS Kidd (DDG-100)
USS Gridley (DDG-101)
USS Sampson (DDG-102)
USS Truxtun (DDG-103)
USS Sterett (DDG-104)
USS Dewey (DDG-105)
USS Stockdale (DDG-106)
USS Gravely (DDG-107)
USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG-108)
USS Jason Dunham (DDG-109)
USS William P. Lawrence (DDG-110)

USS Spruance (DDG-111)
USS Michael Murphy (DDG-112)
USS John Finn (DDG-113)
USS Ralph Johnson (DDG-114)
USS Rafael Peralta (DDG-115)
USS Thomas Hudner (DDG-116)
USS Paul Ignatius (DDG-117)
USS Daniel Inouye (DDG-118)
USS Delbert D. Black (DDG-119)
USS Frank E. Petersen Jr. (DDG-121)
82 planned
USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000)
USS Michael Monsoor (DDG-1001)USS Lyndon B. Johnson (DDG-1002)
3 Planned
Frigate (3)
Constellation USS Constellation (FFG-62)
USS Congress (FFG-63)
USS Chesapeake (FFG-64)
20 planned
Littoral combat ships / Corvettes (23)
Freedom USS Fort Worth (LCS-3)
USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)
USS Detroit (LCS-7)
USS Little Rock (LCS-9)
USS Sioux City (LCS-11)
USS Wichita (LCS-13)
USS Billings (LCS-15)
USS Indianapolis (LCS-17)
USS St. Louis (LCS-19)
USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul (LCS-21)
16 planned
Independence USS Coronado (LCS-4)
USS Jackson (LCS-6)
USS Montgomery (LCS-8)
USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS-10)
USS Omaha (LCS-12)
USS Manchester (LCS-14)
USS Tulsa (LCS-16)
USS Charleston (LCS-18)
USS Cincinnati (LCS-20)
USS Kansas City (LCS-22)
USS Oakland (LCS-24)
USS Mobile (LCS-26)
USS Savannah (LCS-28)
19 planned
Mine countermeasure ships (8)
Coastal patrol ships (5)
Submarine Tender (2)
Emory S. Land
Technological research ship (1)
Banner USS Pueblo (AGER-2) Captured and currently possessed by North Korea
Original six frigates (1)
Classic Frigate USS Constitution The oldest commissioned vessel in the US Navy

Small boats

Boat Image Armament Notes
Mk 5 SOC
US Navy 090428-N-4205W-840 MARK V Special Operations Craft.jpg
M2 Browning .50 cal Heavy Machine Gun and M240 General Purpose Machine Gun Transportable by Lockheed C-5 Galaxy only
US Navy 070825-N-9769P-301 Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC) transit the Salt River in northern Kentucky during pre-deployment, live-fire training.jpg
GAU-17 minigun, M2 Browning .50 cal Heavy Machine Gun, M240 General Purpose Machine Gun, and 40mm Mk 19 grenade launcher Transportable by CH-47, C-130, and larger aircraft
M2 Browning .50 cal Heavy Machine Gun, M240 General Purpose Machine Gun, and M249 light machine gun


Class Image Individual boats Notes
Ballistic missile submarine (14)
Cruise missile submarine (4)
Attack (50)
Los Angeles
Seawolf USS Seawolf (SSN-21)
USS Connecticut (SSN-22)
USS Jimmy Carter (SSN-23)
Virginia 66 planned
SWCS SDV 4 planned for active service
Deep Drone 8000 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle
Deep-submergence rescue vehicle


Aircraft Image Origin Type Variant In service Notes
Combat Aircraft
F/A-18 Super Hornet
F-18F Super Hornet of VFA-102 in flight 2013.JPG
United States Multirole F/A-18E/F 566[1] 58 on order[1]

131 used for conversion training[1]

F-35 Lightning II
United States Multirole F-35C 26[1] 225 on order[1]

13 used for conversion training[1]

Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence
E-2 Hawkeye
E-2C Hawkeye Bear Aces.jpg
United States Carrier capable airborne early warning E-2C/D 97[1] 27 on order[1]
U S -Navy-Lockheed-EP-3E-Aries-II.jpg
United States Signals Intelligence EP-3E 12[1]
E-6 Mercury
US Navy E-6 Mercury.jpg
United States Airborne command and control E-6B 16[1]
EA-18 Growler
EA-18G at Whidbey April 2007.jpg
United States Electronic warfare EA-18G 153[1]
Maritime Patrol
P-3 Orion
P-3 VQ-1 2004.jpg
United States Maritime patrol P-3C 28[1] To be replaced by the P-8 Poseidon.[2]
P-8 Poseidon
US Navy P-8 Poseidon taking off at Perth Airport.jpg
United States Maritime patrol P-8A 112[1] 18 on order[1]
KC-130 Hercules
US Navy 071014-N-0066L-030 A C-130 Hercules provides simultaneous in-flight refueling to two CH-53E Super Stallions during the Miramar air show.jpg
United States Aerial refueling/transport KC-130T 10[1]
C-2 Greyhound
Grumman C-2A Greyhound of VR-24 in flight over the Mediterranean Sea on 1 July 1988 (6440873).jpg
United States Carrier based transport C-2A 33[1]
C-12 Huron
BeechUC12A (4472403250).jpg
United States Transport UC-12 13[1]
C-20 Grey Ghost
C-20 Gulfstream.png
United States Transport C-20G 3[1]
C-26 Metroliner
Fairchild-Swearingen C-26D Metro III USA - Navy 900531, RMS Ramstein (Ramstein Air Base), Germany PP1326648335.jpg
United States Transport C-26D 8[1]
C-38 Courier
C-38A and C-40C DC ANG in flight.jpg
Israel Transport C-38A 2[1] The C-38 is tasked with acting as a chase plane, radar test target, and pilot proficiency aircraft for the test and evaluation squadron VX-20. Additionally acts as a replacement jet trainer for the T-2 Buckeye.
C-40 Clipper
US Navy Boeing C-40 Clipper Pryde.jpg
United States Transport C-40A 17[1]
C-130 Hercules
165158 C-130T US Navy (10124277816).jpg
United States Transport C-130T 17[1]
C-130J Super Hercules
US Navy 071014-N-0066L-030 A C-130 Hercules provides simultaneous in-flight refueling to two CH-53E Super Stallions during the Miramar air show.jpg
United States Transport C-130J 1[1]
V-22 Osprey
US Navy CMV-22B.jpg
United States Tiltrotor CMV-22B 12[1] 49 on order[1]

Gradual replacement for the C-2 Greyhound[3]

MH-53 Sea Dragon
US Navy 070416-N-6501M-006 An MH-53E Sea Dragon assigned to Helicopter Mine Counter Measure Squadron (HM) 15 conducts a mine sweeping exercise.jpg
United States Multi-mission helicopter MH-53E 29[1]
HH-60 Rescue Hawk
SH-60 Seahawk.jpg
United States Search and rescue helicopter HH-60H 8[1]
MH-60 Seahawk
United States Anti-submarine warfare helicopter MH-60R
SH-60 Seahawk
SH-60B Seahawk.jpg
United States Anti-submarine warfare helicopter SH-60B
Trainer Aircraft
TH-57 Sea Ranger
TH57C boat ops.jpg
United States Training helicopter TH-57B
UH-72 Lakota
USNTPS UH-72 (US Navy).jpg
Multinational Training helicopter UH-72A 5[1]
TH-73 Thrasher
TH-73A, US Navy.jpg
Italy / United States Training helicopter TH-73A 3[1] 128 on order[1]
U-1 Otter
DHC U-1B Otter U.S. Navy Pensacola 15.12.02R.jpg
Canada Trainer U-1B 1[1] Otter NU-1B is the oldest aircraft in the U.S. Navy, in service at the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, Patuxent River, Md.[4]
U-6 Beaver
Navy De Havilland U-6A Beaver at Patuxant River.jpg
Canada Trainer U-6A 2[1]
F-5 Tiger II
F-5N of VFC-111 at NAS Key West in November 2014.JPG
United States Adversary trainer F-5F
F-16 Fighting Falcon
F16C Aggressor.jpg
United States Adversary trainer F-16A
F/A-18 Hornet
McDonnell Douglas FA-18C Hornet of VMFA-212 in flight over the South China Sea on 8 October 2003 (6638451).jpg
United States Adversary trainer F/A-18A
68[1] Operated by reserve, training and development squadrons in a role described as "non-deployable".[5][6]

While the F/A-18C is possessed by the Navy Reserve Strike fighter squadron VFA-204, due to their unsuitability in combat situations in regards to their lack of modern avionics, communications equipment and weapons integration, they are used solely as an adversary/aggressor trainer.[7][8]

T-6 Texan II
T6 Texan II Pensacola Navy.jpg
United States Trainer T-6A
293[1] 29 on order
T-34 Mentor
T-34C Turbo Mentor.jpg
United States Trainer T-34C 13[1]
T-38 Talon
US Navy 050803-N-0295M-167 A T-38A Talon, assigned to the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School, takes off for a training flight from Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md.jpg
United States Supersonic jet trainer T-38A 10[1]
T-44 Pegasus
T 44 4LR.jpg
United States Multi-engine trainer T-44A 56[1]
T-45 Goshawk
USN T-45A Goshawk Trainer.jpg
United Kingdom / United States Carrier based trainer T-45C 191[1]
Unmanned Aerial Systems
MQ-4C Triton
MQ-4C Triton Test Flight with Multi-Intelligence Upgrade.jpg
United States Surveillance & patrol aircraft MQ-4 30
MQ-8 Fire Scout
US Navy 110930-N-JQ696-401 An MQ-8B Fire Scout unmanned aerial vehicle (cropped).jpg
United States UAV helicopter MQ-8A
MQ-8C Fire Scout
MQ-8C Fire Scout flying over Webster Field Annex.jpg
United States UAV helicopter MQ-8C 19 [9]
Boeing MQ-25 Stingray
MQ-25 refuels F-35C (cropped).jpg
United States UAV Aerial refueling MQ-25 T1 1 72 planned [10]


Name Image Type Versions Name Image Type Versions
US Navy 030830-N-6187M-001 Sailors remove a hoisting sling from an ammo crate carrying 2000-pound Mark 84 general purpose bombs.jpg
General-purpose bomb AIM-7
AIM-7 wing install.jpg
Medium-range, semi-active radar homing air-to-air missile AIM-7A, AIM-7B, AIM-7C, AIM-7D, AIM-7E, AIM-7E2, AIM-7F, AIM-7M, AIM-7P, and RIM-7M
Air-dropped anti-tank and anti-personnel mines CBU-78/B AIM-9
Sidewider missile 20040710 145400 1.4.jpg
Short-range air-to-air missile AIM-9D, AIM-9G, AIM-9H, AIM-9L, AIM-9M, AIM-9R, and AIM-9X
Mark 83 Bombs.jpg
General-purpose bomb BLU-110 AIM-120
AIM-120 AMRAAM.jpg
Medium-range, active radar homing air-to-air missile AIM-120A, AIM-120B, AIM-120C, AIM-120C-4/5/6/7, AIM-120D
CBU-99 AGM-12B AGM-12C.jpg
Cluster bomb MK82
Mk. 81 250-lb and Mk. 82 Snakeye I 500-lb.jpg
General-purpose bomb BLU-111/B, BLU-111A/B, BLU-126/B
AGM-65 Maverick MG 1382.jpg
Guided air-to-surface missile AGM-65A/B, AGM-65D, AGM-65E, AGM-65F/G, AGM-65H, AGM-65J, and AGM-65K AGM-84
Harpoon asm bowfin museum.jpg
Anti-ship missile AGM-84, RGM-84, and UGM-84
AGM-88E HARM p1230047.jpg
Air-to-surface anti-radiation missile AGM-88E AARGM AGM-154
AGM-154 01.jpg
Glide bomb AGM-154A, AGM-154B, AGM-154C
Lockheed Martin Longbow Hellfire.jpg
Guided air-to-surface missile AGM-114B, AGM-114K, AGM-114M BGM-109
Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile -crop.jpg
cruise missile BGM-109C, BGM-109D, RGM-109E, UGM-109E
USS Theodore Roosevelt conducts a live-fire exercise.jpg
Close-in weapons system RIM-116A, RIM-116B UGM-133
Trident II missile image.jpg
SLBM UGM-133 Trident II
RIM-162 launched from USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) July 2010.jpg
Surface-to-air missile RIM-162 ESSM RIM-66
RIM-66 Standard missiles on launcher aboard USS Ticonderoga (CG-47) during tests off Puerto Rico March 1983.jpg
Surface-to-air missile RIM-66K, RIM-66L, RIM-66M
RIM-174A Standard ERAM
USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53) launches RIM-174 June 2014.JPG
Surface-to-air missile RIM-174A Block IA, RIM-174A Block IB RIM-161
USS Lake Erie (CG-70) SM-3 start.jpg
Anti-ballistic missile RIM-161C

Land vehicles

In addition to the vehicles listed here, the Navy Seabees operate a number of unlisted trucks and construction vehicles.

Name Image Type Notes
US Marine Corps 030224-M-XT622-034 USMC M923 (6X6) 5-ton cargo truck heads a convoy departing Camp Matilda, Kuwait crop.jpg
Utility vehicle Used primarily by Expeditionary Forces
6x6 tactical truck Used by Navy Seabees
Humvee in difficult terrain.jpg
Light utility vehicle Used primarily by Expeditionary Forces. To be replaced by M-ATV and JLTV.
Oshkosh M-ATV
MRAP, LUV To replace HMMWV, used by Navy Special Warfare and Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams.
Oshkosh JLTV
JLTV 3.jpg
light multi-role vehicle/light tactical vehicle and MRAP To replace HMMWV, used by Navy Special Warfare teams
Buffalo mine-protected vehicle.jpg
MRAP Used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Navy Seabees
MRAP and IFV H (4x4) / HE (6x6) variants both used by Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and Navy Seabees
LARC of BMU-2.jpg
amphibious vehicle Used by amphibious naval beach units
US Navy 020413-N-5362A-013 U.S. Navy SEALs (SEa, Air, Land) operate Desert Patrol Vehicles (DPV) while preparing for an upcoming mission.jpg
Patrol vehicle to be replaced by ALSV
Chenowth Advanced Light Strike Vehicle.jpg
Special Attack Vehicle Replacing DPV
USMC Fast Attack Vehicle (IFAV).1.JPEG
MP MilCOTS.jpg
Multi-purpose vehicle Used by Navy Special Warfare teams for various missions

Small arms

Model Image Caliber Type Origin Details
9×19mm Parabellum Pistol  Italy Standard service pistol.
SIG Sauer P226 neu.jpg
9×19mm Parabellum Pistol  Switzerland P226, P226R, P228, P229 (M11 Mod 0), and

Mk 25.

Mk 23 Mod 0
.45 ACP Pistol  Germany Used by Naval Special Warfare.
.45 ACP Pistol  United States Limited service.
9x19mm Parabellum Pistol  Austria Adopted by Naval Special Warfare in 2016 as the Mk 27. Slowly replacing the Mk 25.
HK45C Threaded Barrel.jpg
.45 ACP Pistol  Germany HK 45 Compact Tactical V3;

Adopted by Naval Special Warfare as the Mk 24.

Submachine guns
Heckler Koch MP5.jpg
9×19mm Parabellum Submachine gun  Germany MP5, MP5K, MP5N, MP5SD, may be replaced by lighter and cheaper Universal Machine Pistol
HK MP7 Bundeswehr noBG.png
HK 4.6×30mm Submachine gun, Personal defense weapon  Germany Used by JSOC units.
Assault rifles, Battle rifles
The M16A4 Series 5.56mm Rifle.jpg
5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  United States Phased out in favor of the M4
PEO M4 Carbine RAS M68 CCO.png
5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle, Carbine  United States Standard service rifle
5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle  Germany D10RS variant with a 10.4-inch barrel.

Used by Naval Special Warfare and JSOC.

KWA HK417A2.jpg
7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  Germany Adopted as a battle rifle and marksman rifle by Naval Special Warfare and JSOC units.
Mk 16 Mod 0 + MK17 Mod 0
Scar L Standard.png
Scar H Standard.png
5.56×45mm NATO Assault rifle (SCAR L), Battle Rifle (SCAR H)  Belgium
 United States
Used by all branches of USSOCOM
M14 Stand-off Munitions Disruptor (SMUD) (7414626342).jpg
7.62×51mm NATO Battle rifle  United States Limited service
Designated marksman rifles (DMR) and sniper rifles
Mk 11 Mod 0
SR-25 pic02.jpg
7.62×51mm NATO Sniper rifle, Designated marksman rifle  United States Used by Naval Special Warfare
Mk 12 SPR
5.56×45mm NATO Designated marksman rifle  United States Used by all Branches of USSOCOM
Mk 13 Mod 5
Mk.13 MOD 5 sniper rifle.jpg
.300 Winchester Magnum Sniper rifle  United States Used by Naval Special Warfare
McMillan Tac-338[11]
BCM EUROPEARMS STD syntethic take down 338 LAPUA MAGNUM 408 CHEY TAC 07.jpg
.338 Lapua Magnum Sniper rifle, anti-materiel  United States Bolt-Action rifle used by Naval Special Warfare.
Mk 15
.50 BMG Anti materiel sniper rifle  United States Bolt-Action rifle used by Naval Special Warfare.
Barrett 50 cal/M82/M107
M107 1.jpg
.50 BMG Anti materiel sniper rifle  United States Semi-Automatic
500 MILS
PEO Mossberg 590A1.jpg
12-gauge Shotgun  United States Pump-Action
Benelli m4 2.jpg
12-gauge Shotgun  Italy Semi-Automatic
Remington 870.png
12-gauge Shotgun  United States Pump-Action
Machine guns
M249 Automatic Rifle.jpg
5.56×45mm NATO Light machine gun, Squad automatic weapon  United States Belt-fed but can be used with STANAG magazines
Mk 48
Mk 48 PEO Soldier.jpg
7.62×51mm NATO General purpose light machine gun  Belgium
 United States
7.62×51mm NATO General purpose medium machine gun  Belgium
 United States
7.62×51mm NATO General purpose medium machine gun  United States Belt-fed, current models: E4 (Mk 43 mod 0/1) and E6
Browning M2HB
Machine gun M2 1.jpg
.50 BMG Heavy machine gun  United States Mounted on vehicles or tripods
Grenade-based weapons
Mk 19
40mm Automatic grenade launcher  United States Belt-fed
Mk 47 Striker
40mm Automatic grenade launcher  United States Fire-control system
PEO M203A2 Grenade Launcher.png
40mm Grenade launcher  United States Single-shot underbarrel grenade launcher
PEO M320 Grenade Launcher.jpg
40mm Single shot Grenade launcher  Germany
 United States
Single-shot underbarrel or stand-alone grenade launcher
Mk 14
M-32 Grenade Launcher.jpg
40mm Grenade launcher  South Africa Six-shot revolver-type grenade launcher
M67 frag
Frag hand grenade  United States
M18 Grenade.svg
Smoke grenade  United States Used for signaling with aerial assets and concealment
Portable anti-materiel weapons
AT4 84mm Anti-tank weapon  Sweden
84x246mm R Anti-tank recoilless rifle  Sweden
FGM-148 Javelin
FGM-148 Javelin (5160721562).jpg
127mm Fire-and-forget anti-tank missile  United States
FIM-92 Stinger
FIM-92 (JASDF) noBG.png
UNKNOWN S.A.M.  United States
Gatling guns
Mk 25 Mod 0 Minigun
U.S. Navy special warfare combatant-craft crewmen (SWCC), Special Boat Team 22 conducts training 16 AUG 09.jpg
7.62x51mm NATO six-barrel Gatling gun  United States

Individual equipment

Model Image Type Variants Details
Uniform equipment
NWU combat uniform battledress Type III (woodland), Type II (desert), and Type I (canceled) standard issue Naval issue combat uniform
Camouflage pattern Desert, Woodland, Winter, Urban (prototype) Limited-issue for certain positions
Advanced Bomb Suit
Aviano bomb suit.jpg
bomb suit
Interceptor Body Armor
170624-N-ZL062-008 - PO2 Gage Murphy fires M240B aboard USS Green Bay (LPD-20).jpg
ballistic vest U.S. Woodland, Coyote Tan,  Desert camouflage or "Chocolate Chip" uniform, and Universal Camouflage Pattern May be replaced by Combat Integrated Releasable Armor System or various ballistic vests like the Improved Modular Tactical Vest and Improved Scalable Plate Carrier used by the U.S. Marine Corps
Combat Integrated Releasable Armor System
modular ballistic vest Replaces the Full Spectrum Battle Equipment Amphibious Assault Vest
Enhanced Combat Helmet
180317-M-RT059-0172 - LCpl Jacob Godwin, USMC.jpg
Combat helmet Replaces Advanced Combat Helmet and Lightweight Helmet

See also


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