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N.C. Bank Robber Tells Hostage To Call Police

February 11, 2011
A female bank employee who called 911 told the dispatcher, "We're getting robbed, and the guy told me to call the police." The man apparently jumped the teller line and demanded nothing more than the call.
The Army and Marine Corps will begin field-testing new helmets in the fall to replace the Advanced Combat Helmet (shown). Photo courtesy of Army News Service.

New Military Helmet Blocks Rifle Shots

February 11, 2011
The Army plans to begin using an improved combat helmet in the fall that greatly improves resistance to rifle ammunition, surpassing the capabilities of the Advanced Combat Helmet now in use.

Coalition for Tactical Medicine Receives Donation From CMS

February 5, 2011
The Coalition for Tactical Medicine announces the receipt of a generous donation from Combat Medical Systems (CMS), a distributor of tactical medical care products.

Ex-Mall Cop Arrested After Six-Hour Standoff

February 4, 2011
After spending six hours trying to talk to Marcos Gonzales, he confronted SWAT officers at his door, and they used a TASER stun gun to apprehend him around 5 a.m. Wednesday.

SWAT Officers Provide Security for Mike Vick's Super Bowl Party

February 4, 2011
The owner of the venue — the party is scheduled for the Deux Lounge in Dallas — told TMZ he hired the tactical officers to begin providing security at 9 p.m. tonight.
The Cougar20-H mini-robot system can detect motion and probe for a person's breathing. Photo courtesy of Tia Linx.

TiaLinx's Cougar20-H Mini-Robot Probes for Human Breathing

February 3, 2011
The Cougar20-H mini-robot system is capable of motion detection as well as probing for a person's breathing in a compound while being remotely controlled from long standoff distances.

California Gang Detective Wounded By Gunfire From Vehicle

January 30, 2011
The detective driving the vehicle was struck once in the upper torso by gunfire and was immediately transported to a local hospital by his partner. He's 30 years old, a seven-year member of LBPD and expected to fully recover.

Maryland Hostage Standoff Captured on Video

January 28, 2011
After the suspect slipped, the hostage ran and six officers opened fire, creating a cross-fire that resulted in one officer being struck in the leg by friendly fire.

Oregon Cop's Shooter Slipped Into Deluded State, Friends Say

January 27, 2011
David Anthony Durham, 43, appears in security footage taken 30 minutes prior to the shooting from a Lincoln City convenience store. The footage shows him dressed in green camouflage and a dark beret.

Wisconsin Sgt. Assaulted Girlfriend After Casino Argument

January 25, 2011
Sgt. Daniel Hawkin allegedly struck a 32-year-old Lake Nebagamon woman three times, including twice in the face, because she wanted to leave the Black Bear Casino and he didn't.
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