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Point Blank Enterprises Company Awarded CH-53K Armor Development Contract

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin, has awarded The Protective Group (TPG), a Point Blank Enterprises company, a contract to provide a high performance, light-weight crew protection kit for the new CH-53K U.S. Marine Corps King Stallion heavy-lift helicopter.

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Vehicle Armor

Hardwire's Vehicle Armor is a smart and affordable way to add ballistic protection to a police vehicle without major modifications or difficult installation.

Vehicle Armor

Hardwire's Vehicle Armor is a smart and affordable way to add ballistic protection to a police vehicle without major modifications or difficult installation.

Vehicle Armor

Hardwire's Vehicle Armor is a smart and affordable way to add ballistic protection to a police vehicle without major modifications or difficult installation.

Vehicle Armor

Hardwire’s Vehicle Armor is a smart and affordable way to add ballistic protection to a police vehicle without major modifications or difficult installation.

Vehicle Armor

Hardwire's Vehicle Armor products are a smart and affordable way to add ballistic protection to a police vehicle without major modifications or difficult installation.

Transparent Armor Window Insert

The Hardwire Transparent Armor Window Insert seamlessly covers the existing window in a police car door to provide ballistic protection for the officer inside.

Hardwire Supplies Door and Window Armor for Philadelphia Patrol Vehicles

The Philadelphia Police Department is outfitting 150 of its patrol vehicles with ballistic door panels and transparent armor window inserts from Hardwire, LLC.

Philadelphia Orders 150 Patrol Vehicles with Ballistic Windows

Philadelphia police have ordered 150 new patrol cars with ballistic side windows that can protect the occupants from pistol and shotgun fire.

Transparent Armor Window Insert

The Hardwire Transparent Armor Window Insert seamlessly covers the existing window in a police car door to provide ballistic protection for the officer inside.