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  • Saved Officer Explains Need to Wear a BulletProof Vest

    There are some officers who do not realize how important it is to keep their bulletproof vest on throughout their entire shift. Many officers choose to take their vest off until they think that they are approaching a risky situation. That is never a good idea because no one can ever know where danger lurks. Officer Justin Conley can attest to the importance of wearing a bulletproof vest through the duration of a shift.

    During a break, Officer Conley decided to go out to the station parking lot for some fresh air. While he was outside, a group of individuals ambushed him. Instead of being killed during the attack, the bulletproof vest that he was wearing protected him and ultimately saved his life. If he had taken the vest off because he thought he was safe at the station, he would not be alive to tell his story today. Continue reading

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  • Talos Body Armor For US marines

    Everyone knows that there are constant advancements being made in body armor for good reason. Soldiers are still dying in battle and having the right body armor can make all the difference in the world. Scientists have recently found a way to make body armor even more protective than it has ever been before, while making it lighter and more comfortable at the same time. The Talos body armor is a new type of body armor that has been developed to provide soldiers with maximum protection without having to worry about the bulkiness that often caused them trouble in the past.

    Talos body armor uses magneto-rheological fluids to provide the protection that special operations need. The MR fluids rely on magnetic fields to create differing degrees for both flexibility and hardness. The differing degrees will allow the soldiers to have more freedom of movement without having to compromise on the protection that they are able to get from the body armor.

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  • Lighter Weight Ballistic Plates For Canadian Forces

    Montreal, QC, Canada – As with all operational militaries across the world, one of the major concerns is always lighter body armor for the active troops. For those who are not too familiar, Revision Military is an international forerunner in soldier protection solutions, and they have stepped up to fill the role of supplying Canadian Forces with new and improved armor.

    The idea is for the troops to have ballistic plating that is both lighter in weight and still really sturdy. The Revision Military brand has been awarded a $9.5 million contract in order to make this happen. The products are expected to be distributed products in April of 2014, with the existing contract including 5 option years.

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  • GHOST Body Armor Release

    Covert Bullet Proof VestFinally a protective vest that is both comfortable and is also fully adaptable to whatever dangerous situation you might find yourself in. Ghost™ is its name and it is made by the experts in personal protection at SafeGuard Armor LLC. This vest is truly designed for comfort and concealment. It is thin enough to be easily worn under almost anything without it being obvious that it is there. It is also extremely lightweight which makes it easy to move quickly when you need it the most. The wide openings for your arms allow you to be able to move them freely. There is nothing getting in your way of protecting yourself. The arms having the space they need also helps to prevent the uncomfortable rubbing that can occur when you are wearing your vest while doing things like that dreaded paperwork that always seems to pile up. Continue reading

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  • EPA Agents Require Body Armor in Alaska

    Water pollution has been a big issue in the state of Alaska for many years. Ordinances such as the Clean Water Act have played a role in protecting the marine life on the coast of the state. In late August, agents of the Alaska Environmental Crimes Task Force converged on several mines around the Alaskan town of Chicken. Apparently, their focus may have been there to check section 404 violations of discharges into the neighboring rivers, lakes and oceans. Sufficient body armor was required for the investigation.

    According to the Alaska Dispatch: “Both Alaska U.S. Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich have inquired into the task force’s actions. Congressman Don Young is also looking into it. They have been having a difficult time getting straight answers from the EPA.”

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