Help with Lawsuits Related to Defective Combat Arms Earplugs
The earplugs in question, the now-discontinued Combat Arms Earplugs Version 2, or CAEv2, were specifically designed to protect from the range of damaging noises encountered in military service, from constant engine noises such as those from tracked vehicles or helicopters, to sudden, loud noises, such as those from explosive devices. The “selective attenuation” military earplugs utilize a rocker switch to rapidly switch between modes to offer protection against both constant and acute noises such as:
Open/Weapons Fire mode: When the rocker cover is open, leaving the hole exposed, Combat Arms Earplugs were supposed to protect from loud impulse noises from battlefield or training explosions
Closed/Constant Protection mode: When the rocker cover is in the closed position, 3M earplugs were supposed to protect from ongoing loud engine noises. This mode is most similar to regular civilian earplugs.
3M’s military earplugs are only effective when a tight seal is maintained. The shaft of the earplug is not long enough for some ear canals; as a result, the dual-ended earplugs can shift imperceptibly, loosening the seal. The earplugs still look and feel as though they are properly in place, yet they are permitting damaging sounds into the ear canal. Combat Arms Earplug defects ultimately caused thousands of servicemen and women to suffer partial or total hearing loss and exposed millions more to a risk of military hearing loss and tinnitus between 2003 and 2015.
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