Army scientists are trying to figure out the best way to design hard exoskeletons to fit "fleshy" human bodies.
The Marine Corps is asking defense firms to submit ideas for a new, lightweight body armor plate that can withstand two hits.
Researchers are looking to arachnids to engineer new synthetic materials that are stronger than Kevlar.
The services have to speed up the process of getting body armor fitted for female troops into the field, Dunford said.
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