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Archive for August, 2015

The Winter 2015 Arc’teryx Look Book

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Finally, a look book, you can use…these aren’t just fancy pictures but they’ve also laid the gear put for you and even told you what it is.



Ebony and Ivory, Living Together In Perfect Harmony

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Looks like Mike Lamb from Stoic Ventures has learned how to get his Pmags to live together.

Blackwater Brand – New Hats Now In Stock

Friday, August 28th, 2015



Tactical Tailor – 2015 Labor Day Sale

Friday, August 28th, 2015

TT Labor Day Sale

Tactical Tailor is holding a Labor Day Sale. This coming Monday, August 31st through Monday, September 7th, take advantage of 25% off all Tactical Tailor gear.


Defoor Performance 2016 Training Schedule Is Live

Friday, August 28th, 2015


ITS Tactical Updates Medical Lineup

Friday, August 28th, 2015

ITS Tactical has updated their EDC Kit to now include a full-sized SOFTT-W Tourniquet while still retaining the small form factor that fits in your back pocket.



• QuikCLot Combat Gauze LE (Features X-Ray Detectable Strip)
• SOFTT-W Tourniquet
• Nitrile Gloves (Pair)
• Contents List w/ CoTCCC Care Under Fire Instructions
• Your choice of Coyote Brown or Black Sleeve (Made in USA)


Newly redesigned to contain a full-size tourniquet, the EDC Trauma Kit is the original vacuum-sealed pocket trauma kit and the smallest, full-featured pocket kit on the market. Perfect for your back pocket to provide the ability to carry lifesaving equipment with you wherever you go.

The EDC Trauma Kit is literally the size of an average wallet, can be stuffed in a back pocket and only weighs 6 ounces with the included pouch. The lightweight nylon sleeve protects your EDC Kit against damage and potential puncturing of the vacuum seal while being carried in your pocket or bag. Their nylon sleeves are also printed to denote medical equipment. 

Each kit is hand assembled and vacuum sealed at the ITS HQ in Texas using nearly all US-made components (Nitrile Gloves are the only overseas item.)


Expiration dates vary depending on individual components, but ITS strives to provide at least a five-year shelf life for the first to expire item.


Vickers Tactical Presents – Why I Fought : Tyler Grey

Friday, August 28th, 2015

I consider myself fortunate to count both Larry Vickers amd Tyler Grey as friends. This is the first in a new series called “Why I Fight” by Vickers Tactical where LAV interviews fellow co-host of the new series “The Sentinel”, Tyler. I hope you find it as fascinating as I do.

Mr. Jamie Wilford Joins B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc. As The Senior International Business Development Manager

Friday, August 28th, 2015

Jamie Wilford

(Redmond, WA) – B.E. Meyers & Co. Inc. is proud to announce that Mr. Jamie Wilford, OBE, MA, has joined the team as the company’s Senior International Business Development Manager.

“Jamie’s years of international market experience are phenomenal, as well as his extensive operational experience around the world”, said Matt Meyers, Director of Business Development for B.E. Meyers & Co. “We are extremely fortunate to have him as part of the Business Development team as we continually expand our capabilities as a company”.

Prior to this position he was Senior International BD Manager in Exelis for Middle East and Africa with particular responsibility for Night Vision and Communications Solutions.

Joining ITT (Exelis) in 2009, Jamie Wilford held a series of increasingly responsible appointments and upon spin off of ITT into Exelis assumed a senior Business Development Role in Electronic Systems and then later in 2012 was appointed Senior International Business Development Manager for Night Vision and Communications Solutions responsible for Middle East and Africa. During his time in ITT/Exelis, Jamie Wilford generated in excess of $260M in Orders and Sales.

Jamie Wilford Served in the British Army for over 25 years, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. He served exclusively in the British Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces where he held increasingly senior Command and Staff appointments in Battalion, Brigade, Division, Permanent Joint Headquarters and the MOD. He conducted numerous operations that included multiple tours in Northern Ireland, Central America, Sierra Leone, the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan. He was awarded Operational Honors from HM Queen Elizabeth for operations in Kosovo (MBE), Sierra Leone (QCVS) and Afghanistan (OBE).

After leaving the Army in 2005, Jamie Wilford joined Olive Group in Iraq where he was appointed as the Director of Program and Plans, responsible for generating new business and managing multiple high profile security contracts with the US Army, NATO, Iraq Government and numerous Reconstruction Primes and Oil and Gas Majors, overseeing an annual turnover of in excess of $60M. He moved to ITT in 2009 after 4 years in Iraq.

Jamie Wilford holds a Master’s Degree from Kings College London, an Masters in Business Administration from Cranfield University and was a graduate of the British Army Command and Staff College in 1996.

Jamie Wilford lives in the United Kingdom with his wife Katherine and their three children

Jamie can be reached at [email protected].