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Juggernaut.Case Forearm.Mount

Friday, January 6th, 2017

I thought this photo wouod be a good share for those of you who use mobile devices on duty.

Many users ask, “what if I can’t mount a case to my armor?” Well, the Forearm.Mount with Boa closure system is available for those users that prefer this configuration.

www.juggernautcase.com

Sneak Peek – New Juggernaut Case

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Several new Juggernaut.Case products moving to production over the next month! Samsung GALAXY S5 and Note 4 are just a few. Also GALAXY Tab S 8.4 Tablet Juggernaut.Case is on the horizon.

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Juggernaut Defense Introduces New Cases

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Juggernaut Defense

Juggernaut Defense, LLC is currently shipping two versions of its Juggernaut.Case™ and Armor.Mount products after an exhaustive year of testing, revisions, and product updates. The Motorola ATRIX Gen.III Cases/Mounts and Samsung GALAXY Note-I Cases/Mounts have been shipping out to various SOF units and conventional units, both downrange and CONUS. These patented cases enable units to employ the ‘smartphone on the battlefield’ by ruggedizing the device within a shockproof/dustproof, IP-6X Case that contains an EMI-shielded USB connection to tactical radios through a sealed Glenair 80-series connector. By implementing features like the hands-free/flip-down armor mount and anti-glare etched chem-strengthened glass screen protector, users will be able to employ this ‘smartdevice technology’ running Android apps on the battlefield. The cases and mounts are manufactured in Arizona and are Berry-Compliant. Specializing in warfighter equipment design & engineering, Juggernaut Defense is a full-spectrum design consultancy dedicated to military, law-enforcement, and firefighting equipment.

Inquiries can be sent to info@juggdef.com

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Batman is an Airman

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Batman or Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided kNowledge is a program at Air Force Research Lab to improve the performance of the Terminal Attack Controller and other Battlefield Airmen. With a motto of “Lighter, Smarter…Deadlier” it couldn’t be anything than Air Force.

CNN Money recently took a look inside the program. Watch it here.

Some of the gems in this ensemble include the “Bat Hook,” the nickname used for the Remote Auxiliary Power System developed by Defense Research Associates, a new wrist mount unlike anything you’ve seen developed by our friends at Juggernaut Defense, and an armor mounted computer system.

While most of these technologies seem TAC-centric, BATMAN works Guardian Angel projects as well. For example, late last year they issued a challenge for a new stretcher system via the website InnoCentive. Seeking a single-rescuer solution, the Air Force also challenged innovators to propose a system that would stabilize the patient.


(Photo by Senior Airman Chris Hubenthal : 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing)

Other interesting items include this grappling hook developed by students at BYU for AFRL.

BATMAN is spirally developed and fields solutions when they are ready for prime time. In fact, the program has been around since 2004 and has already fielded several versions.

Juggernaut Defense

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Juggernaut Defense will be all over the place at next week’s AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington DC; literally. They work with the best companies in the defense market. So if you are going to be there and your company has industrial design or product design needs then link up with the team from Juggernaut Defense to discuss ways they can assist you. Also, they’ll show you some samples of their latest work from the many clients exhibiting at the conference. Email info@juggdef.com to set up a meeting or give them a call on the number listed on their ‘contact’ page at www.juggernautdefense.com .

Gear Design Contest Winner Announced

Friday, January 21st, 2011

There were 29 entries for the Gear Design contest. Thank you to all who entered. Truthfully it was a tough decision but in the end, only one entry could be chosen as the winner. Based upon true requirement, ability of the design team to develop an innovative solution and then transition the design to a product that will impact the warfighter, Kristopher Walter’s concept of a carrying solution for the AT-4 and M72 LAW was selected. The design team feels they can work with develop a solution that will be adaptable to numerous munitions and one of the big draws to this design was that it will affect a large audience since everyone is using rockets.

Anyone who has ever been stuck humping a rocket can tell you that they are a true PITA and based on the awkwardness of the load, there is a certain degree of design challenge involved. Congratulations Kris! Also, thank you to Bearse USA who will produce 50 samples for Kris and Juggernaut Defense who will work on the design. Look for articles on the process so you can get a behind the scenes look at the process of turning an idea into reality.

Only 7 Days Left

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

SSD sponsors Bearse USA and Juggernaut Defense LLC have teamed up to present the coolest contest we have ever seen. In a nutshell, you come up with an idea for a cool piece of nylon kit and if you win, Bearse and Juggernaut make your dream a reality.

Since unveiling the kit design contest last week we have had quite a few entries but if you think you are going to wait until the last possible second to enter, don’t. You have to enter by 2359 10 January, 2011 because at the stroke of midnight, the website turns into a pumpkin.

contest.soldiersystems.net

The Greatest Contest of the Year!

Friday, December 31st, 2010

Bearse USA and Juggernaut Defense LLC are sponsoring the coolest contest we have ever seen. Have you ever had a great idea for a piece of load bearing equipment but didn’t have the means to make it reality? Or maybe you have always fancied yourself a nylon gear industry tycoon who just needs that big break? Either way, you’ll get your chance. All you have to do is enter the “Greatest Contest of the Year” and convince the judges that you have the best idea around. Granted, it is the last day of the year, but you have to save the best ’til last.

To enter, visit contest.soldiersystems.net. You’ll find all of the details there. Please, feel free to pass the word.