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Cuirasses and helmets were manufactured in Japan as early as the 4th century. Tankō, worn by foot soldiers and keikō, worn by horsemen were both pre-samurai types of early Japanese armour constructed from iron plates connected together by leather thongs.
Additionally, several new forms of fully enclosed helmets were introduced in the late 14th century.
( Batting helmets at that time were not required to have an " ear flap "; indeed, it was not until 2002 that all major league batters were required to wear helmets with side protection.
One of the potential helmet designs Brown rejected was a striped motif that was similar to the helmets adopted by the team in 1981 and which is still in use to this day ; however, that design featured yellow stripes on a turquoise helmet which were more uniform in width.
The Cleveland Browns ' team colors were brown, orange and white, then they changed to white, black and orange, and their helmets were solid orange with a white dorsal stripe over the crest.
The Bengals ' team colors were orange, black, and white, and their helmets were a similar shade of orange, with the only variations being the word " Bengals " in block letters on either side of the helmet and no stripe on the helmet.
During the 1976 season, the blue-white-blue stripe on the crown of the helmets were temporarily changed to red-white-blue to commemorate the United States ' bicentennial anniversary.
The helmets and pants were solid silver, the jerseys Honolulu blue with silver numbers and the jersey did not have ' TV numbers ' on the sleeves.
The helmets also did not have a logo, as helmets were simple leather back then.
The origins of heraldry lie in the need to distinguish participants in combat when their faces were hidden by iron and steel helmets.
The Colt's helmets in 1953 were white with a blue stripe.
Large numbers of items such as wheelbarrows, bottled water, helmet lights, knee pads, rain gear, and even football helmets were donated.
The Pickelhaube was originally designed in 1842 by King Frederick William IV of Prussia, perhaps as a copy of similar helmets that were adopted at the same time by the Russian military.
At the beginning of the Crimean War, such helmets were common amongst infantry and grenadiers, but soon fell out of place in favour of the fatigue cap.
These helmets were sometimes referred to as lobster-tail helmets by allied forces due to their distinctive curved neck guard.
All helmets produced for the infantry before and during 1914 were made of leather.
In September 1915 it was ordered that the new helmets were to be worn without spikes, when in the front line.

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The helmets were launched from the home toward the stadium at which the game was held.

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The Last Survivor describes the many treasures left for the dead such as the weapons, armour and golden cups, strongly paralleling Scyld ’ s “ well furbished ship ..., bladed weapons and coats of mail ,” Hildeburg ’ s kin ’ s “ blood-plastered coats of mail boar-shaped helmets ” and Beowulf's treasure from the dragon.
The team wore black helmets during the 1969 preseason, but NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle barred the Saints from using the helmets during the regular season, since Mecom did not notify the league office of the change.
The design of these is based on the cavalry helmets in common use since the 16th century, but with some features taken from the leather helmets.
The helmets also were changed from silver to the lighter " Seahawks Blue " color after a fan poll was conducted.
Repeated hat-raising was impractical if heavy helmets or hats with chinstraps ( such as shakos and bearskins ) were worn, so from about 1745 the gesture was stylised to a mere hand movement.
From 1960 to about 1965, and from 1972 to 1974, they wore blue helmets ; from 1966 to 1971, the helmets were silver ; and they were white from 1975 to 1998.
Apart from two or three representations of ( ritual ) helmetswith protrusions that may be either stylised ravens, snakes or horns – no depiction of Viking Age warriors ' helmets, and no preserved helmet, has horns.
The Vikings were often depicted with winged helmets and in other clothing taken from Classical antiquity, especially in depictions of Norse gods.
Horned helmets from the Bronze Age were shown in petroglyphs and appeared in archaeological finds ( see Bohuslän and Vikso helmets ).
Viking helmets were conical, made from hard leather with wood and metallic reinforcement for regular troops.
The iron helmet with mask and chain mail was for the chieftains, based on the previous Vendel-age helmets from central Sweden.
For instance, Patton required all personnel to wear steel helmets ( even physicians in the operating wards ) and required his troops to wear the unpopular lace-up canvas leggings and neckties since the leggings prevented injury from scorpions, spiders, and rats which would climb up under soldiers ' trousers.
Based on the Pazyryk findings ( can be seen also in the south Siberian, Uralic and Kazakhstan rock drawings ) some caps were topped with zoomorphic wooden sculptures firmly attached to a cap and forming an integral part of the headgear, similar to the surviving nomad helmets from northern China.
Personal protective equipment ( PPE ) refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garment or equipment designed to protect the wearer's body from injury.
After Ramesses II succeeded in defeating the invaders and capturing some of them, Sherden captives are depicted in this Pharaoh's bodyguard, where they are conspicuous by their helmets with horns with a ball projecting from the middle, their round shields and the great Naue II swords, with which they are depicted in inscriptions of the Battle with the Hittites at Kadesh.

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The helmets stay on top of the building.
The men had run from their building tasks to fall into ranks but many did not even have time to put on their helmets or take the covers off their shields.

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Traditionally, the team, clad in all-black uniforms and red helmets, has played its home games at night, a tradition started during the days of former head coach Don Coryell before the stadium was even opened.

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Plutarch said the inhabitants of Caria carried the emblem of the rooster on the end of their lances and relates that origin to Artaxerxes, who awarded a Carian who was said to have killed Cyrus the Younger at the battle of Cunaxa in 401 B. C " the privilege of carrying ever after a golden cock upon his spear before the first ranks of the army in all expeditions " and the Carians also wore crested helmets at the time of Herodotus, for which reason " the Persians gave the Carians the name of cocks ".
At first, the team had planned to wear silver helmets at home and blue helmets on the road, but since NFL rules forbid the use of multiple helmets, the team held the fan poll to decide which color helmet would be worn.
The party began with a " Grand Tournament " in which the participants wore motorcycle helmets, fencing masks, and usually some semblance of a costume, and whacked away at each other with weapons including plywood swords, padded maces, and even a fencing foil.
Starting with this game, through Super Bowl XXXVII, the Super Bowl logo was painted at the 50-yard line, and the teams helmets were placed on the 30-yard lines.
Woks may have originated during Chinese military marches, when soldiers began to give their helmets a double role at camp.
* 1400 BC: In Crete the use of bronze helmets ( discovery at Knossos ).
Many of Patton's directives on caring for the enlisted men under his command, such as ordering that captured supplies of enemy food and liquor be delivered to frontline units were overlooked in the media in favor of more popular news items, such as his system of fines for officers and men who failed to shave daily and wear helmets and leggings at all times.
The first paratroopers were issued jump helmets similar to that used by the British at the time, as the rest of the equipment slightly based on the Fallschirmjäger.
In the book it states that he only shoots at soldiers's helmets while at the barricade.
: wearing helmets at Himingvani the valkyries.
From 1 January 2010 the wearing of helmets with faceguards became compulsory for hurlers at all levels.
Anatomical helmets adapted to the inner head structure were invented by neurosurgeons at the end of the 20th century.
They gained prominence in the early 2000s for wearing white overalls with padding and helmets at protests, mimicking the Italian group Tute Bianche.
Two helmets, two swords, a prince's and a boy's armour, however, were found in a temporary store at the time and a few pieces were given back by the USSR in the 1960s.
His accident generated a call for protective helmets for batters, but tradition won out at that time.
Helmets are mandatory at competitive events and almost without exception at bike parks, most organisations also stipulate when and where full-face helmets must be used.

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