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Military Surplus Vehicles for LE

April 6, 2011

The federal government's 1033 program allows law enforcement agencies to acquire special vehicles such as an amphibious LAV, Humvee, MRAP, patrol boat, helicopter or even a landing craft for specialized missions. The agencies acquire the vehicles via the federal Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO). Photos are courtesy of LESO.

Three Men Cause Security Scare at California Military Base

March 31, 2011
The men pulled up to the base and claimed they were lost. Criminal investigators say the men, two from Iran, one from Afghanistan, tried to get on the base early Sunday morning.

Arizona Man Shot by Officer Struggled with PTSD

March 28, 2011
Glendale Police Sgt. April Arredondo, a 14-year veteran of the department, fatally shot Jeremiah Wilson Pulaski, 24, on Saturday. Pulaski had opened fire, while Sgt. Arredondo was parked with a 52-year-old civilian volunteer riding along.

DSM Dyneema Introduces Protective Clothing at UK Trade Show

March 22, 2011
At the exhibition, DSM Dyneema will feature examples from industry leading manufacturers, together with new innovations and concepts for personal protection that will demonstrate the fiber's unique high strength at low weight, according to the company.

Video: Wisconsin Officer Killed by Army Vet

March 21, 2011
Fond du Lac Officer Craig Birkholz, 28, was shot in the upper torso above his ballistic vest as he approached the home at 24 S. Lincoln Ave. K-9 Officer Ryan Williams and his dog Grendel were also shot at about 6:30 a.m. Sunday.

California Agency Detonates Grenade In Station's Lawn

February 18, 2011
The grenade was removed from the vehicle and rendered safe by the deputies. Due to the condition of the device, it was disposed of at the scene and not transported for destruction. The bomb squad buried the device in the station's lawn, and then detonated it.

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.

Robinson Armament's XCR-M 7.62x51 NATO Rifle

February 7, 2011
Robinson Armament offers a sneak preview of their XCR-M 7.62x51 NATO caliber rifle.

Illinois Police Deploy Snowmobiles After Blizzard Hits

February 4, 2011
Two snowmobiles owned by the Round Lake Park (Ill.) Police Department were put into service Wednesday afternoon to assist with some 40 vehicles that had slid off roadways.

SHOT Show 2011: Propper Brings First A-TACS Camo Gear

January 20, 2011
Propper will produce the A-TACS ACU, combat shirt and boonie this year, releasing the ACU in the spring to law enforcement and the U.S. military.

Gangs In the Military (Part 2 of 2)

January 14, 2011
According to the FBI, 15,000 men and women in the U.S. military have ties to notorious American gangs such as MS-13, the Crips, the Bloods, and the Gangster Disciples. POLICE gang expert Rich Valdemar is featured in this two-part documentary from RTAmerica.

Gangs In the Military (Part 1 of 2)

January 14, 2011
According to the FBI, 15,000 men and women in the U.S. military have ties to notorious American gangs such as MS-13, the Crips, the Bloods, and the Gangster Disciples. POLICE gang expert Rich Valdemar is featured in this two-part documentary from RTAmerica.

Honored American Veterans Afield Launches New Website

November 17, 2010
HAVA is a nonprofit organization formed by companies in the shooting and outdoor industry with the purpose of raising awareness and further assisting disabled veterans with their healing process through guided hunts, shooting sports, and other active outdoor sports activities.

FBI Links Shooting at Coast Guard Office to Four Others

November 3, 2010
Rounds fired at the Coast Guard office Tuesday morning caused minor damage and didn't injure anyone similarly to four others — two at a Marine Corps museum in Triangle, Va., another at a Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly, Va., and a fourth at the Pentagon.

LAPD Officer Killed By Roadside Bomb In Afghanistan

October 20, 2010
Officer Joshua Cullins had bounced back from a concussion suffered during the July 16 explosion of a roadside bomb. Fellow officers including Chief Charlie Beck recorded a video get-well greeting for Cullins that was posted to YouTube.

Judge Grants Delay to Fort Hood Shooter's Attorneys

October 12, 2010
The Army psychiatrist's defense team led by Lt. Col. Kris R. Poppe asked for a continuance until Nov. 8 to allow time for processing of what he described only as "paperwork" recently submitted to Army officials.

Army Didn't Warn SLC Law Enforcement About Soldier's Threats

October 12, 2010
The Army knew days ahead of time that 28-year-old Brandon Barrett was planning to head to Utah to "make a statement," after a recent tour in Afghanistan.

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.

Trooper Arrested After Pointing Gun at Off-Duty Boston Cop

September 26, 2010
An 18-year Massachusetts State Police veteran and Army hero was arrested Saturday morning, after he allegedly drove drunk, pointed a gun at an off-duty Boston police officer and fired a shot into the ceiling of his house.

Fort Bliss Gunman Was Retired Army Sergeant

September 21, 2010
The FBI issued a Tuesday statement identifying the gunman as 63-year-old Steven Kropf of El Paso.
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