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ADS Federal Range Day 18 – IR.TOOLS Photorealistic Thermal Target

Friday, June 8th, 2018

From IR.TOOL, the makers of the Universal Zeroing Target, comes a series of Photorealistic Thermal Targets which can be seen with the naked eye as well as thermal sensor.

Using proprietary printing techniques, the targets do a great job of simulating what you’ll encounter in the real world.

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ADS Federal Range Day 18 – Adaptiv-X IWS Pouch Update

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Dynamis Alliance offers the Adaptiv-X Jeans with its Integrated Waist Band System, licensed from S&S Precision. It allows to use to configure equipment for IWB wear integral to the pant.

Many like the low-profile suite of IWS Pouches and want to be able to adapt them to other garments.

Adaptiv-X took up the challenge and created a means to use their Zero Clip which facilitates IWB wear.

ADS Federal Range Day 18 – Sneak Peek : Safariland Adjustable Universal Belt Loop

Friday, June 8th, 2018

Safariland Universal Belt Loops have become very popular as they allow the quick swap of holsters. This can be different holsters to a common platform or the same holster to different platforms.

This new Adjustable UBL allows the user to select both ride height and cant.

There are three different ride heights and multiple cant selections.

It’s so new, it doesn’t yet have a part number, price, or availability date.

Coming soonish from Safariland.

ADS Federal Range Day 2018

Friday, June 8th, 2018

THYRM Products Now Available at ADS

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

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Sunnyvale, CA — Thyrm is pleased to announce that its innovative, American-made, products for tactical and wilderness applications are now available through ADS, Inc. The company’s most popular products, the CellVault and SwitchBack, are available to all branches of the U.S. Military, federal, state and local government organizations, law enforcement agencies, first responders, and the defense industry through the Virginia Beach, Virginia company.

The CellVault protects batteries and other critical gear while keeping them accessible and organized. The integrated, M.O.L.L.E. compatible webbing clip allows easy access to the CellVault’s contents without removing it, or you can quickly detach it for more control. It’s waterproof, dustproof, and durable – keeping your essentials safe.

The SwitchBack® 2.0 adds a multi-function finger ring and robust pocket clip to your tactical flashlight. It mounts securely between the light’s tailcap and body, providing a repeatable grip index during deployment from pocket or pouch, and enhances ergonomics while shooting or searching.

Learn more about these companies by visiting thyrm.com and adsinc.com.

SOFIC 18 – Rajuga Camouflage System by TYR Tactical

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

TYR Tactical has partnered with Israeli company Polaris Solutions to introduce the Rajuga concealment system to the US market.

Underneath this 3D, multispectral concealment net is a Polaris quad. The system is reversible, with different visual camoufiage patterns printed on either side of the Thermal Visual Concealment panel. The material also provides protection in the IR spectrum. Additionally, the TVC material offers sun, rain and wind protection and is bery lightweight at .7kg per sq m. It folds or rolls flat for transport and can be individually configured to mimic local terrain, offering a very effective 3D effect which sensors or observors can be concealed under.

It’s available in multiple configurations, including this sensor concealment.

Rajuga concealment systems are available to unit and agency customers from ADS Inc.

ADS Federal Range Day Is Coming

Saturday, May 19th, 2018

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Federal Range Day is just around the corner, June 8th in Fredericksburg, VA. Open to Federal Customers only & Government ID required upon entry.

Be sure to register at adsinc.com/FRD

Gen James Conway, Key-Note Speaker At ADS Warrior East

Monday, May 14th, 2018

ADS has announced that former Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James Conway (USMC, Ret) is the key-note speaker for the 2018 Warrior Expo East. According to ADS, he’ll likely address leadership, teambuilding, crisis management, U.S. challenges five to ten years out, and the military’s energy sources in the field.

Beginning his military career as an infantry officer in 1970, General Conway’s postings include serving as the director of operations (J-3) on the Joint Chiefs of Staff and commanding general of I Marine Expeditionary Force from 2002–2004, where he took part in the 2003 invasion of Iraq and Operation Vigilant Resolve in Fallujah, Iraq.

Before being named commandant, General Conway’s postings included serving as the director of operations (J-3) on the Joint Chiefs of Staff and commanding general of I Marine Expeditionary Force from 2002–2004, where he took part in the 2003 invasion of Iraq and Operation Vigilant Resolve in Fallujah, Iraq.

 

Conway began his military career as an infantry officer in 1970, with his first assignment being command of a rifle platoon with 3rd Battalion 1st Marines out of Camp Pendleton. He later served as Marine executive officer aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. He graduated with honors from the Army’s Infantry Officers Advanced Course. As a field grade officer, he commanded two companies of students, teaching tactics at the Basic School, where marines learn the art and science of being an officer. He then served overseas in Lebanon.

 

Once Conway returned to the U.S. in 1984, he served two years as the senior aide to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He graduated from Marine Corps Command and Staff College with honors and took command of 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines during the Gulf War, fighting in Operations DESERT SHIELD and DESERT STORM. At the end of the war, he was promoted to colonel and assigned command of the Basic School.

 

In 1995, he was promoted to brigadier general and again assigned to the Joint Chiefs. There he acted as the deputy director of operations J-3 for combating terrorism. After becoming president, Marine Corps University at Quantico, Virginia, he was promoted to major general. He then served as commander of the 1st Marine Division and as deputy commanding general of Marine Forces Central. In 2002, he was promoted to lieutenant general. He led I Marine Expeditionary Force during two combat tours in Iraq, with 60,000 troops under his command. 

 

Awards and Decorations. His personal decorations include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Navy Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with gold stars, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal, and the Combat Action Ribbon.