The GOLFO is a combat helmet of Chilean origin issued to the Chilean Army.[1][2] The helmet is locally made by the Baselli Hermanos Brothers S.A of kevlar and was introduced in 2000. It is capable of stopping a 9×19mm round at 310m.

The Chilean Army issued, on January 2006, Technical Specification CAK-5024 requesting a combat helmet with specific requirements (Protection Level:IIIA according to method NIJ Standard-0101.04.) The "RBH-303 Classic" PASGT helmet made by Rabintex of Israel was adopted for this use. The Chilean model was named "Rabintex 303 GOLFO." The helmet is in the U.S PASGT helmet shape but has a European style head liner.[3]



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