Ballistic Composites Market size is valued to grow at $2.44 billion till 2027, recording a CAGR of 8.2% during the forecast period 2021-2027. Ballistic composites are used in a variety of military applications, including police jackets, helmets, and body and vehicle armour. The impact energy generated by explosives is absorbed by these materials. Military and law enforcement agencies are the primary users of ballistic composites. These composites are only available to civilians because numerous countries have restrictions and regulations prohibiting civilians from carrying armour. As a result, market growth is likely to be limited. In recent years, advances in technology connected to combat weapons and explosives have increased the battlefield threat. As a result, the demand for protective equipment to fight highly improved weaponry is increasing, propelling the ballistic composites market forward. Furthermore, market expansion is aided by rising demand for lightweight and flexible armour that allows for greater mobility. stiff polymer chains in synthetic high-performance fibres Because of their heat resistance, these fibres are commonly employed in aeronautical applications. Demand for these fibres is likely to rise as the aerospace industry expands. Glass fibre is a transparent material that is impervious to penetration. Bulletproof glasses for autos and structures are routinely made with them. Because of its flame and thermal resistance, M5 fibre is used for special purpose body armour. It is more lightweight than other fibres. Due to their high abrasion and corrosion resistance, polymer matrix composites (PMC) and polymer ceramics are utilised in aircraft braking components, gas ducts, gas turbines, and heat shield systems. Metal matrix armour is more expensive than PMC and polymer ceramic armour, yet it is utilised to make tank and aircraft armour. Military operations make use of ballistic composites. Ballistic composites are used to improve the performance of military vehicles. Growing desire for effective and powerful military forces in every country across the world is driving up demand for ballistic composites, which is driving up market growth.