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The 3M Company’s dual-ended Combat Arms earplugs were considered standard issue in certain branches of the military from 2003 until the company stopped producing them in 2015. They were originally created to help reduce loss of hearing due to: high volume blasts, gunshots, and other ear piercing noises associated with warfare or industrial business, however, the defective product design of the earplugs was found to result in hearing loss and tinnitus injuries.

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