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Direct Action To Exhibit At SOFEX 2018

Saturday, May 5th, 2018

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Direct Action, a manufacturer of tactical equipment from Poland, continues its expansion into new markets. From May 7 to 10, you can meet the Direct Action team in Amman, Jordan, where they will participate in the XII Special Operations Forces Exhibition and Conference. As you can see, the company is open not only to western markets, but also to eastern markets and they are looking for new challenges in the military industry. It is worth recalling that the JW GROM, Polish elite special unit, uses Direct Action equipment.

If you want to meet the Direct Action team, you’ll find them at the stand No. B102, Hall 1. The company representatives will show its products and answer any visitors’ questions.

SOFEX – XGO

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

XGO unveiled their latest product at this week’s SOFEX at Ft Bragg. The Pipe is a like a neck gaiter on steroids. Made from a 7.5 ounce, four-way stretch fabric (92% Acclimate Dry Polyester and 8% Spandex) integrating Ag 47 Silver Microbial Protection, it can be worn a variety of ways.

It is important to note that while many XGO products are FR, the Pipe is not. It is however, comfortable and warm. Made in USA!

www.proxgo.com

SOFEX – Collaborate Directly With App Developers

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Operators can interface directly with Special Operations Apps at SOFEX located 1 & 2 November at Ft Bragg to suggest new apps.

“SOA is attending SOFEX to allow SF Operators and SF leaders to let us know exactly which Apps they need — immediately,” said K. Dominic Cincotti,president and founder of Special Operations Apps. “No other company in existence produces Apps specifically with SF Operators in mind,” Cincotti said.

“The SOA Apps process works this way: Former Operators like David Mullins, an SF Operator on four continents throughout his career, translates needs into task orders for the SOA development team,” Cincotti said. “That team includes Dr. Craig Hunter — who has already won Best App honors in the Apple Store — and Samuel Thompson, who worked on NASA’s unmanned Mars exploration, before working on SOA concepts and solutions.

Among the SOA apps on display at SOFEX are CamoScience HD — the application that now integrates the high-definition video of the Apple iPhone 4S for camouflage on demand, executed direct to garment and for next-generation adaptive concealment, known as GEOINT Camouflage.

SOF Operators will then be able to purchase and use the Apps they suggest through the SFAppStore.com beginning in 2012.

www.specialoperationsapps.com

SOFEX – ASOP

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

The annual Special Operations Symposium & Exposition is held by the Association of Special Operations Professionals.

ASOP is an association of civilian and military professionals, united in a common goal to serve and support special operations concept and philosophy; dedicated to promote stability and peace locally, regionally and worldwide; committed to the needs of civilian and military Special Operations Forces for the protection of life, liberty and justice anytime and anyplace.

Each year they award two outstanding individuals. This years’ ASOP Man of the Year 2011 Award Recipient is GEN (R) David R Petraeus, the current DCI. The COL Aaron Bank 2011 Award Recipient is LTG John F. Mulholland Jr. Who is currently serving as Commanding General, United States Army Special Operations Command but has been nominated to assume the role of Deputy Commander, United States Special Operations Command.

www.sofex.org

SOFEX – RMJ Tactical

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

RMJ Tactical keeps striving to increase cutting power while minimizing weight and overall size. It’s a fine line to balance these requirements and these two new tomahawks are their latest models.

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The Jenny Wren is a traditional name for the Wrens you see all over the South and it’s namesake is a no-nonsense tomahawk. Developed at the request of Recon Marines looking for a tomahawk with the same weight of a fixed blade knife. You can see its straight forward design and the intent here was to harken back to a simpler, more straight forward time (think WW II).

On the other hand, the Crow is a more aggressive design with an angled handle to force the brunt of blows to make contact at the top of the blade rather than the more traditional chopping style seen on many axes.

www.rmjtactical.com