Original Cold War Chinese People’s Liberation Army PLA Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System MILES Type Helmet with Vest
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Original Item: Only One Available. Dating from the 1980s this is the Chinese version of the U.S. Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System MILES helmet and vest.
The multiple integrated laser engagement system, or MILES, is used by the U.S. military and other armed forces around the world for training purposes. It uses lasers and blank cartridges to simulate actual battle.
Individual soldiers carry small laser sensors scattered over their bodies, which detect when the soldier has been illuminated by a firearm’s laser. Each laser transmitter is set to mimic the effective range of the weapon on which it is used. When a person is “hit”, a medic can use the digital readout to determine which first aid method to practice.
Different versions of MILES systems are available to both US and international militaries. The capabilities of the individual systems can vary significantly but in general all modern systems carry information about the shooter, weapon and ammunition in the laser. When this information is received by the target, the target’s MILES system uses a random number roll and a casualty probability lookup table to determine the outcome. For example, a MILES transmitter emulating an M16 rifle cannot harm an armored personnel carrier (APC), but could still “kill” a commander visible in the hatch of the vehicle.
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