Post head wear used by your country during wars.
Looks like they had some fun when they weren't getting shot at tbf
German standard is still used by some smaller fire brigades
Everything. (Italian, Soviet, Finnish, German, etc)
>He talks of his battalion rescuing a regiment of American paratroopers, who were under siege, almost out of ammunition and getting ready to die when the Australians arrived.
>"When the Yanks saw our big hats they let out a cheer because they thought we were Texans!" he grins. "We sailed into the enemy so hard they withdrew.
>The American commander was so grateful that when he went home he fenced off part of his ranch, and put up a sign and an Australian flag.
>you will never have a band of brothers loyal to God, Fatherland and Emperor all rocking awesome mustaches
feels bad guys
i have a book that mentions this. it was during the korean war iirc.
No, to destroy energy of parts falling on your head. The helmet is made out aluminium, not only to be light wight, but also to be softer - so less impact energy reaches your head.
Nowerdays Gallert F1 type helmets are mostly used.
Step aside plebs. Master helmet coming through.
~100 a day, don't know if that is alot. But we have many firebrigades and firefighters: 4500 fire brigades, 300000 firefighters (mainly volunteer).
I don't care about the country m'friends, but if I had to go to war, these would be my headgear and weapon
No armour protection whatsoever, just for sun and intimidating lesser races
You read regularly that the spike was supposed to deflect vertical strokes with sabres on the center of the helmet.
If it was effective in any way I have absolutely no idea, but I also think it looks awesome.