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US Army Green Laser Interdiction System Awarded to B.E. Meyers & Co Inc and ADS IncADS Tactical

PEO Soldier, through its Soldier Maneuver Sensors Office, has announced B.E. Meyers as the winner of the Green Laser Interdiction System (GLIS) Program. This latest award calls for an initial delivery of 12,542 units of the new GLARE® MOUT Plus non-lethal laser, and provides for additional orders in 2012 and 2013.

“This win is the culmination of two years of effort to develop and deliver the best non-lethal laser device to the U.S. Army” said Brad Meyers, CEO of B.E. Meyers. “Military units across the globe are challenged to provide security and safety while also minimizing the danger to civilians. Non-lethal lasers have been proven to save lives by reducing the number and severity of incidents with non-combatants, and are a great addition to these young soldier’s capabilities.”

ADS, Inc is the procurement solutions provider for this program, and will service the requirements of PEO Soldier via the Special Operational Equipment Tailored Logistics Support (TLS) Program. ADS and B.E. Meyers have a long history together serving our nation’s men and women in uniform, having provided thousands of GLARE® MOUT devices to the U.S. military since 2007. Today, this partnership continues to grow as B.E. Meyers and ADS work together to provide industry-leading solutions in the non-lethal space. “ADS is the right partner to work with to get our GLARE MOUT Plus devices deployed. They have a great team, legendary customer focus, and a global reach. Together we will deliver success to PEO Soldier and the U.S. Army.” said B.E. Meyers President and COO, Dr. Greg Quarles.

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One Response to “US Army Green Laser Interdiction System Awarded to B.E. Meyers & Co Inc and ADS IncADS Tactical

  1. Bootleg3 says:

    Sweet! I used the previous model (GLARE MOUT) & these things work like a champ at night at a TCP or on a convoy. A standard powerpoint paser doesn’t cut it, but this laser is intense!