Flame Resistant Enhanced Explosive Ordnance Ensemble (EEOE)
Jacket Part# 1014-EEOE-J
Pant Part# 1015-EEOE-P
The Enhanced Explosive Ordnance Ensemble (EEOE) is a next generation design that shares all fundamental appearance and fit characteristics with existing DOD utility uniforms, while incorporating design features essential to conducting explosive ordnance duties — such as integrated pocket for stowage of blasting cap crimper tools, a diamond gusseted crotch, articulated knees with pad insert pockets and mitigation of close quarter snag hazards.
The EEOE is constructed from the latest state-of-the-art flame resistant fabrics chosen for their exceptional protection, light weight, durability, and comfort. These fabrics represent the latest advancements in protective textile technology and meet or exceed all DOD standards for flame resistance and no melt/drip.
The EEOE’s unique top-to-bottom attachment feature protects the wearer from flame and thermal threats, in the same manner that a one-piece coverall would. Its revolutionary detachable design allows for improved dexterity and increased air-flow, as well as removal of the jacket while not in operation.
Available Patterns/Colors: OCP Scorpion
Special Order: Ranger Green
Available Sizes: XS-XXL – Short, Regular & Tall
- Flame Resistant, Anti-static Fiber Content
- Comfortable Quick-drying Fabrics Throughout
- Reinforced Diamond Gusset Crotch, Articulated Knees
- Knee Protector Insert Pockets with 360-degree Adjustment
- High Abrasion Reinforced Knee Panels for Durability
- Integrated Crimper Tool Pocket
- Two-piece Uniform Engineering with Attachment Feature
- Low-profile Nylon Web/Elastic Waist Adjust System
- State-of-the-art Flame & Heat Resistant YKK Vision Zippers
- Available in Multiple Lengths for Fit Customization
- PyroMan™ Testing, Exceeding US Military Aviation Standards
- Berry Compliant
Detailed burn testing was conducted on the Serket AACE at North Carolina State University’s Textile Protection and Comfort Center (T-PACC) PyroMan™ System as specified by ASTM F 1930-11 – with a 4 second 2 cal. exposure – resulting in an 18.85% burn injury prediction. This result far exceeds most commercially available systems as well as the standard which calls for
Additionally, the Serket AACE is the first two-piece system to be burn analyzed un-tucked – the way it is most commonly worn in service.