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Baker Ballistics Rifle Shield Completes Testing

November 3, 2010
The Mobile Rifle Armor Protective Shield (MRAPS) has successfully completed destructive ballistics testing and will soon be available for purchase. It's ideally suited for tactical police use during room entry and clearing operations and active shooter response.

San Diego Officer Killed in Apartment Gunbattle

October 28, 2010
Police identified the slain officer as Christopher Wilson, a 17-year patrol officer and field trainer in the Southeast Division. San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders described Wilson to the San Diego Union-Tribune as "popular, funny, extremely bright and a consummate professional."

Weapons and Ammo Stolen From Ohio SWAT Member's Home

October 28, 2010
The Xenia (Ohio) Police Department and Greene County Sheriff's Office are searching for weapons and ammunition stolen from the home of a member of the county's regional SWAT team.

California Authorities Arrest Mall Arson Suspect

October 22, 2010
Alexander Piggee has been booked into the Placer County Jail on suspicion of arson, arson under conditions likely to cause great bodily injury and causing damages and losses in excess of $6.5 million, burglary, and making criminal threats.
The Super Pulaski Tool has been redesigned with an expanded grubbing end. Photo courtesy of BlackHawk.

BlackHawk Offers Fire and Rescue Axes

October 20, 2010
BlackHawk offers Dynamic Entry 9-11 Series Rescue Axes, the Super Pulaski Tool and the Single Bit Axe for fire and rescue personnel in demanding situations.
The Wiley X Brick features virtually unbreakable triloid nylon frames and T-Shell scratch resistant lenses. Photo courtesy of Wiley X.

Wiley X Adds Brick to Black Ops Line

October 20, 2010
Wiley X's Brick sunglasses provide 100 percent UVA/UVB protection and exceed ANSI Z87.1-2003 high velocity and high mass impact standards. In addition to a climate control feature, the Brick also has a removable facial cavity seal that keeps out debris and dust.

Maine Bomb Squad Removes Grenade From Vehicle At Police Station

October 6, 2010
The state bomb squad removed a grenade from the car of a man who brought the device to the Southwest Harbor (Maine) PD's station for disposal after finding it in his deceased brother's belongings.

Supreme Court Won't Hear 9/11 Families Appeal

October 4, 2010
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the some of the families of 9/11 victims over the treatment of remains from unidentified victims of the terrorist attacks.

LCOA Composites, Inc. Announces DeadStop for Lightweight Police Shields

October 1, 2010
LCOA Composites, Inc., recently added another product to its arsenal with DeadStop lightweight Police shield technology, a new NIJ Level IIIA ballistic hybrid panel with multi-hit capability that can stop a .44 magnum bullet at 15 feet.
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Wiley X Introduces Saber Advanced Changeable Eyewear

September 30, 2010
Wiley X's Saber Advanced changeable eye wear comes with five 3.0mm thick lens systems made of scratch-resistant and shatterproof selenite polycarbonate. The new model meets MIL-PRF-31013 military ballistic standards as well as ANSI Z87.1-2003 high-impact certification.
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