How to wear the new ceramic armor plating to protect your football helmet

It looks like something you’d find on a Super Bowl ad, but it actually comes from the military.

The armor plate is made from ceramic, which is lighter than steel.

It’s designed to deflect projectiles, including those fired from a handgun or rifle.

The military has been using this material for decades, and it’s still used today for its own special operations and tactical gear.

The U.S. Army issued an official solicitation to vendors for the plates, and a few manufacturers have responded to the Army’s call.

Some companies like BSA, which has a partnership with the Army, are offering the armor plate on its helmets.

BSA has already offered the plates to other customers, including the National Football League, the NFLPA, and the American Football Coaches Association.

While it might look like a cool product, the Army has found that the armor plates aren’t a good match for all helmets.

The Army is looking at replacing the plates with a new material called titanium, which will be lighter and stronger.

But titanium isn’t entirely compatible with the armor plates.

“We’ve looked at this issue and have been making decisions based on the impact it will have on our ability to make helmets that can withstand the high temperatures that occur with these high-temperature applications,” said Col. Steve Lauten of the Army.

“And if titanium is not the right material, then it will not have the capability to withstand that.

It’ll be the same type of material we’re currently using for the protective plates.”

It will also be less than perfect.

“The titanium plates that are used in the Army are made to withstand temperatures up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit, which are higher than the temperatures that would occur at a high-velocity projectile that is fired at close range,” said Sgt. Maj. Eric S. Titt of the Armor and Tactics Command.

“So the plates are not going to be able to withstand the intense heat of the projectiles that we would see in a typical military environment.

And the impact of the heat will be on the plates at a rate that is not consistent with the plates that you’d see in the military.”

Lauten said the Army is aware that there are issues with the plate’s performance, and is taking measures to improve it.

“We’ve also made some changes to the material to make sure that we can improve the performance and the longevity of the plates,” he said.

“As the plates continue to improve, we will be evaluating all of these factors to make those improvements to the plates as well as to make them compatible with other helmets and helmets with other materials that are on the market.”

The Army is also working with a variety of manufacturers to get the plates into helmets.

Some of the companies include Ball, Ball Sports, and Mecom.

“There are also other companies that are offering helmets with these plates, but that’s not what we’re interested in,” said Lt.

Col. Brian E. Tuckett of the Air Force.

“They’re going to have to do their own thing with the helmet and what the plate will do.”