Posts Tagged ‘LBT’
As featured on the LBT blog, LBT 6094 in Use with Jordanian SF.
Video game designers have been going out of their way to introduce more and more realism into their titles. There’s also been a lot of talk within our industry on coming up with new ways to reach additional markets. Consequently, it seems like a perfect match when manufacturers of military equipment partner with video game designers. In a way, the folks that play first person shooters they are natural tactical customers.
Electronic Arts, producers of the popular Medal of Honor series is reveling in its partnership with the tactical industry. Not only is it featuring partners’ products in the latest version of the game, but EA is also openly promoting the manufacturers to their players.
Each week they discuss additional partners and show examples of how they have participated in game development including a video. So far they’ve revealed LBT, Mechanix Wear, McMillan, SureFire, Trijicon, and LaRue Tactical.
Read about all of the partners at www.medalofhonor.com/partners.
London Bridge Training Co has released a mini catalog for the Security Force Assistance Team. It includes gear from several product groups such as backpacks, deployment bags, pouches, medical solutions, and armor carriers selected specifically for the SFAT mission. Naturally, it’s full of MultiCam goodness.
London Bridge Trading Company has launched a completely revised website. In addition to enhanced navigation, they’ve also released a few new products as well. Go explore!
This is a quick peak at London Bridge Trading’s Sentinel Releasable Armor System, unveiled May 5th, 2011 at Warrior Expo West. The Sentinel is a captive releasable armor system meaning all pieces are retained even after the user has pulled the cutaway. Additionally, the Sentinel incorporates LBT’s Comfort Armor Suspension System (CASS), allowing users to carry heavier loads while transferring the weight to the hips for increased comfort and ventilation.
Look for a more in-depth article on the Sentinel soon.
www.ADSinc.com/London-Bridge-Trading is your source for Military and Government ordering of LBT products.
London Bridge Trading Company gets its name from London Bridge Road in Virginia Beach, Virginia. It can be a bit of a mouthful and has been referred to in industry as LBT for years. To help make it easier to find on the web, they have announced their new web domain; LBTInc.com.
LBT CEO Doug McDougal said, â€œLBT has been in business for 26 years, so it is natural for the company to mature over time. This domain name change exemplifies how our brand is ready for the future.â€ I have to say, that I personally have been a customer for 20 of those years.
LBT currently offers over 4,000 products and plans to further increase their catalog as the year progresses.