A man wears the Brewster Body Shield, the first body armor developed by the U.S. during World War I. (18/77)

A man wears the Brewster Body Shield, the first body armor developed by the U.S. during World War I.

This chrome nickel steel suit could weigh as much as 40 pounds and indeed stop some bullets. Circa 1917-1918.

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