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Canada’s Eco-Friendly Machine Shreds Worn-Out Uniforms

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

Down Range Systems E-Dope Card Direct Fire Weapon Systems Targeting Data Display

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

Bell Buckle, TN – Down Range Systems LLC announces its iOS compatibility with their E-Dope card targeting data display. Down Range Systems LLC is dedicated to provide quick targeting solutions for direct fire weapon systems with a focus on long rage target engagements.

E-DOPE is an electronic display used to clearly display targeting data. Utilizing E-Paper technology the display is sunlight readable at extreme angles. The display is battery-less, utilizing NFC technology from your iOS or Android device to transfer data from your handheld device to the display. The display uses the E-DOPE (iOS & Android), Kestrel Ballistic Link (Android), and BallisticsARC (iOS & Android) applications to handle the transfer of data.

Affix the E-DOPE card to your favorite weapon mounted holder or arm board that has available space for utilizing hook or loop attachment.

Using the E-DOPE card is easy, simply input all your required data into either the compatible application on your smartphone, hold the back or top of your device to the front of the E-DOPE card to transfer your targeting data to the display.

Dimensions : 2.13″ x 3.37″ x 0.145″
Viewable screen size: 2.9″
Operating temp: -10°F to 130°F
Attachment Method: Hook and Loop supplied


SureFire Spotlight: The Stiletto Pro

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

SureFire Spotlight videos are a high level rundown of specific products. This one focuses on the SureFire Stiletto Pro, a handheld light with anodized aluminum body and reversible pocket clip. Rechargeable via USB, it features a MaxVision Beam reflector, providing 1,000 lumens of LED white light in high-output mode, 300-lumen on medium setting, and a 25-lumen low output.


Engineering & Computer Simulations to Provide Training Solutions for the Profession of Arms Center of Excellence in Support of the US Air Force

Saturday, February 29th, 2020

February 20, 2020 – (Orlando, FL) – Mick Golson, Chief Operations Officer of Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS), announced that the company will be providing training coursework for the Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE). Awarded by the USAF as a one-year contract, this innovative PACE project supports organic learning and innovation within United States Air Force (USAF) squadrons and develops newly appointed command team members for their leadership roles. Joanne Barnieu, ECS Director of Instructional Science, and Joe Neubauer, ECS Project Manager/Subject Matter Expert, will lead the project.

This project supports the training initiatives of the Secretary of the Air Force (AF), Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force by delivering innovative training solutions to develop leaders and to support organic learning within AF squadrons. The course targets newly assigned members of the command team, such as AF Squadron Commanders, Superintendents, and First Sergeants, so that important concepts and principles are taught early and can be applied throughout their assignment.

Golson states: “Strengthening the skills and experience of our U.S. Air Force squadrons is critical and, for over 23 years, ECS has been honored to help train those who serve and protect our country. As an Air Force veteran, I’m very excited; new projects, such as this one for PACE, allow our team to grow as we look forward to the future.”

In the early stages of development, this program will present a high-level overview of Emotional Intelligence, Empathetic Listening, Team Building, and Followership. Hosted on an Air Force learning management system, it will include stand-alone micro learning content, facilitator guides, and lesson plans to support an integrated multi-disciplinary solution for a Squadron Command Team Product Line. The PACE course will include four 50-minute, online lessons and will be reinforced with stand-alone microlearning content that will be used following the initial course. Each of the lessons will teach necessary skills, using a structured framework, to inspire, change mindsets, motivate, and educate squadron leadership. 

Barnieu adds: “It is rewarding for our instructional team to provide organic learning opportunities that will achieve positive outcomes for our military service members. This type of project-based learning allows for the squadrons to train to their highest potential in order to successfully perform their missions throughout the world.  As a “proof of concept” project, we are delving into innovative solutions for leadership skills and look forward to the client’s feedback in order to deliver future solutions for leaders at all levels.”


X50 MultiCam Black Organizer Pouch by Dan Matsuda

Friday, February 28th, 2020

Hand made X50 MultiCam Black organizer pouch made with dimension polyant & Cordura brand materials. Small quantities available now from danmatsuda.com/sample.

TD Leap Year Sale

Friday, February 28th, 2020

LEAP Year Sale Ends Monday March 2nd

Use code “LEAP15” at checkout


UVision Announces Successful Demo of its New Hero-120 Loitering Munitions System for Strategic NATO Customer

Friday, February 28th, 2020

Loitering time and radius of target hit met the customer’s stringent criteria

February 18, 2020 UVision Air Ltd. – a global leader in Loitering Munitions Systems of all sizes for a variety of missions- announces a successful demo of its Hero-120 system for a strategic NATO customer. All of the strict criteria demanded by the Customer were met, including loitering time, accuracy and radius. This is the first time the new Hero-120 platform has been demonstrated, following its recent public release at the Paris Airshow and AUSA.

Maj. Gen. (ret.) Avi Mizrachi, CEO of UVision, commented, “We are very pleased with the results of the recent Demo and the strong and positive reaction from the customer ? for whom the new Hero-120 proved to be an ideal solution for their needs. As pioneers in the field, our globally-recognized loitering system house provides the global defense market with precision, cost-effective Loitering Munitions Systems. Through state-of-the-art development, production and implementation processes, the company quickly responds to evolving needs from the field, and rapidly optimizes its solutions, delivering today’s most advanced capabilities to suit the realities of the complex missions required by modern warfare for a wide range of platforms, applications and scenarios. These systems with their unique characteristics are becoming a core required capability of leading armies worldwide.”

The New Hero-120

This portable, modular, customizable loitering weapon system can be fitted with a range of powerful multi-purpose warheads and variety of payloads. The versatile, precision, multi-operational system with a unique aerodynamic structure can carry out pinpoint lethal strikes against mid-range hard targets ? vehicles, tanks, concrete fortifications and personnel ? in populated urban areas or remote locations with minimal collateral damage. Its high-speed transit flight and low-speed loitering, BLOS capability, and rapid reaction in response to time-sensitive targets deliver a critical advantage in confined and populated battlefields.

The lightweight, compact, highly maneuverable man-pack configuration, with extended endurance of over an hour and a loitering range of40 km and more, can be independently operated by frontline forces, precisely striking time-sensitive targets from a wide variety of angles. Featuring low acoustic and low visual and thermal signatures and fully gimbaled, stabilized day/night tracking, the Hero-120 delivers critical situational awareness with its advanced data link and real-time intelligence. Providing cutting-edge abort and target re-engagement capabilities, it provides a whole new range of operational possibilities. Despite being a highly sophisticated weapon system, the Hero-120 is affordable and cost-effective due to its recoverable option, using a parachute, while securing the warhead.

For more information on UVision, please visit www.uvisionuav.com

Zenbivy Dry Sacks

Friday, February 28th, 2020

Zenbivy’s Dry Sacks are made from 30d Nylon Ripstop combined with a sturdier 75D base material, but weigh less than 3 ounces.

These roll top bags use a one-way valve rather than waterproof breathable material to allow compression.

Offered in three sizes.