Posts Tagged ‘’ – K9s For Warriors

Thursday, May 15th, 2014


This week’s post from covers K9s For Warriors. K9s For Warriors, located in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, is the largest provider of service dogs to disabled Veterans in the country. Privately funded, K9 For Warriors works personally with five Veterans a month, training and pairing them with a service dog. By December, they’ll have a new facility open which will allow for up to 16 Veterans to go through the program monthly.

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Wednesday, May 7th, 2014


This week’s post from covers the Boeing Bird of Prey. The YF-118G program, known informally as the ‘Bird of Prey’ due to its distinctive gull-shaped wings, was an advanced stealth aircraft project. Although the Bird of Prey itself was retired, technologies embodied in its design continue to be applied to current black projects.

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Thursday, May 1st, 2014

This week’s post from covers Gemtech’s GMT-300 suppressor for .300 Blackout. The GMT-300 features a two-piece, titanium G-Core design, and is full-auto rated, reducing noise by 36-39 decibels.


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Friday, April 18th, 2014


This week’s post from profiles Big Bug Out Trucks, a North Carolina-based company which rebuilds old M35 military surplus trucks for off-roading & disaster preparation.

Their method is to bob the M35, which means shortening it by removing an axle, removing 3 feet from the chassis frame, and lengthening the drive shaft, among other modifications, which increases the fuel efficiency and top speed of the truck. Additionally, Big Bug Trucks can even add an electronic shock device to the vehicle which will deliver 1,000,000 volts of low-amperage, non-lethal electricity to the outer shell of the vehicle.

For the full story, visit: – Improvised Electronics: Counter-IED Blast Simulator Training

Friday, April 11th, 2014


This week’s post from covers Improvised Electronics, a new entrant in the counter-IED market. Headed by a former U.S. Navy Electronics Technician, Improvised Electronics is a small, Destin, Florida-based company that produces counter-IED training hardware and programs. Their product offerings include advanced propane/oxygen blast simulators capable of exceeding 130 decibels when detonated that can be triggered from beyond 1000 meters.

For the full story, visit: – X Products Drum Magazines

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014


This week’s post from covers the X Products Drum Magazines. X Products drum magazines are 50-round drum magazines constructed from aluminum and steel. Models are available in 5.56 and .308 for AR-15 and AR-10 pattern riles, M14-pattern rifles, FAL-pattern rifles, HK G3-pattern rifles, and the FN SCAR 17.

For the full story, visit: – Operation Red Wings Tribute

Thursday, March 27th, 2014


This week’s post from is a tribute to the SEALs and Army Special Forces who fought in the mountains of Afghanistan during Operation Red Wings.

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Friday, March 21st, 2014


This week’s post from covers Setcan’s laser-based StressVest system. A safer option for force-on-force training, the StressVest system consists of a receiver vest that reacts to strikes from laser pulses. A transmitter reads these strikes, and sends signals to a training belt which records the hits, and can be configured to vibrate, or shock the wearer.

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