Milliken & Company's flame resistant Abrams fabric has been chosen for the United States Army's improved Combat Vehicle Coverall (iCVC).

The iCVC uniform updates the current one-piece flame-retardant CVC uniform with improved fit and function and the universal camouflage pattern.

Specifically designed for military use, Abrams uses a blend of fibres including DuPont's Nomex, to offer flame resistance, moisture wicking capabilities, and durability to abrasion and tears.

This means it can withstand the daily rigours of the Army's routine such as crawling in and out of combat vehicles and the constant rubbing against different metals.

Milliken supplies all branches of the US Military, US Coast Guard, US Post Office and the Department of Homeland Security with fabrics used in products such as flame resistant boots, Nomex flight suits, baselayers, and dress and protective combat uniforms.