5 new light vehicles revealed at AUSA

The US Army is going to get lighter. At least that’s the message that industry is taking from several recent service initiatives. Moreover, it’s one of the messages that industry participants conveyed during last month’s Association of the United States Army (AUSA) 2014 Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C. Recent expressions of Army interest in new lightweight vehicle platforms have included exploration of a new Ultra Light Combat Vehicle (ULCV) platform as well as informatio ... More

4 tactical considerations for the suited operator

By Sean Curtis The TacticaList Contributor Whether you’re entering retirement, being promoted, or changing careers, going from uniform to suit and tie can be an awkward transition. You may have been a uniformed protector of the streets. Perhaps you were booting doors with the SWAT team. Much like Batman, your weapons and tools were readily available at your belt or strapped all over your body. But where will you hang that full-sized 1911 with weapon light and laser now? How about that strobing, super ... More

5 great products for nonlethal, inert firearms training

By The TacticaList Staff Do you want to increase the frequency of your firearms training without blowing your budget on ammo?  Inert munitions make reality training possible without breaking the bank, and with today’s innovations, they’re just as effective (and fun!) as training with live rounds. Here are our five favorite munitions: 1. Simunitions Training System has long been a favorite choice for military and law enforcement, but the company has recently expanded their training ... More