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Warrior Wednesday – ADS Introduces Warrior Edition

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

ADS, Inc. is excited to present the ADS Quarterly Publication: Warrior Edition, an 84-page magazine filled with top products from industry-leading suppliers and informative articles to help you increase lethality, maximize survivability and optimize performance. We offer access to the largest selection of products and services, the broadest array of procurement and contract options, as well as world-class expertise and support to assist you—every step of the way.

ADS Talks Pandemic Response Preparedness: COVID-19

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

ADS Inc has posted an article detailing the products they have available. Here’s a little bit of the article:

Through thousands of long-standing supplier relationships, we quickly find and deliver the equipment you need to do your job—safely. ADS, Inc. has compiled the following list of products geared toward military and first responder pandemic responses. This is just a sampling of the tens of thousands of products we offer. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask.

Because these products are in high demand, ADS will quote and source these products to the best of or ability. Due to the strain on the supply chain, orders may be canceled. We will do our best to find an alternative.

ADS provides operational equipment exclusively to the U.S. and allied Armed Forces, first responders, vetted government contractors, emergency responders and officers. We cannot sell to civilians.

Whether you have funding or need it, ADS is a prime on over 65 contracts and has the power to move your requirement forward.

Check out the full details, including the list of products at adsinc.com/pandemic-response-preparedness-covid-19.

2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – Drifire

Friday, March 13th, 2020

Drifire showed their overboot for cold weather climates that will perform down to -30F. Currently undergoing evaluation.

2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – Novatio Engineering’s Ex-Power 1000 & 2000

Friday, March 13th, 2020

Novatio Engineering offers Multi-Fuel generators. They accept JP-8, diesel, gasoline or alcohol fuels and can be switched from one duel to another at the flip of a switch.

Above, the Ex-Power weighs 32.9 lbs and creates 900 Watts of AC electricity while the Ex-Power 2000 seen below weighs 52 lbs and offers 1.5 kW.


2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – Gerber Prybrid X

Friday, March 13th, 2020

Gerber’s Prybrid X is a pocket tool sized to accept disposable #11 disposable X-acto hobby blades. The blade is retractable for carry and the Prybrid X also incorporates pry bar and functionality as well as a bottle opener. Offered in Flat Sage Green and Urban Blue.

2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – C4R by Rocky Boots

Friday, March 13th, 2020

The C4R from Rocky Boots is Berry and DA PAM 670-1 compliant.

Featuring no metallic components, it incorporates their Air-Port comfort footbed and a fiberglass shank.

Available in sizes 3-15 an regular and wide widths.

2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – RomeoSix Operator PTT

Friday, March 13th, 2020

RomeoSix has introduced the new Operator Push To Talk.

Offered in a wide variety of configurations, it can be had with single or dual leads, custom lead lengths, dedicated plugs or pigtail adapters, and water resistant and/or shielded single or dual buttons.

The Operator PTT is EMI shielded and incorporates a swappable side spring alligator clip for attachment to gear.


2020 ADS Ft Bragg Warfighter Expo – Capewell Helo Static Line Anchor System

Friday, March 13th, 2020

My vote for the best product at the Expo was the Helo Static Line Anchor System from Capewell Aerial Systems.

No more making your own. This system is preconfigured, complete with padding and will sustain more than the required 5200 lbs dynamic load (two jumpers simultaneously falling 14 feet). In fact, they tested the system all the way up to 12,000 lbs.

It also comes with a kit bag for storage which can also be used for recovered d-bag storage while in flight