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L-3 Communications EOS Sponsors TREXPO East

July 09, 2009  | 

TREXPO East, the event where first response professionals find everything they need to respond more effectively to emergency situations, announces L-3 Communications EOS (Electro Optical Systems) as the Silver Sponsor for the event in Chantilly, Va., August 18-20.

L-3 Communications EOS (Electro Optical Systems) is a leading supplier of Electro-Optical and Applied Optics technologies that ensure the security and freedom of our nation and its allies. L-3 EOS’s products encompass multiple applications and environments which demand the most advanced and reliable technology available. With more than 40 years of experience, L-3 EOS offers superior night vision products, including monoculars, binoculars, weapon sights, driver viewers, infrared modules, and image intensifiers. 

In addition to being the Silver Sponsor for TREXPO East, L-3 Communications EOS will display its products as an exhibitor (booth #931) at the show.

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TREXPO is the original and leading first response training conference and expo for law enforcement, federal agencies, military personnel, and security professionals. TREXPO East takes place at the Dulles Expo & Conference Center in Chantilly, Va., August 18–20.

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman returns as the TREXPO keynote speaker for a two-part presentation on Wednesday and Thursday August 19–20. The keynote sessions, networking reception, and the exhibit floor are FREE to all attendees. Attendees who register before July 25 will save $50 on their full three-day conference pass with access to world-class educational training and seminars.

For information about instructors, sessions, and early bird discounts, visit or call 800-576-8788.

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