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Save $100 on the IED Electronics & Circuit Diagnostics Course from Tactical Electronics

Save $100 on the IED Electronics & Circuit Diagnostics Course from Tactical Electronics Register for IED Electronics & Circuit Diagnostics! Due to increased demand, Tactical Electronics is proud to present IED Electronics and Diagnostics as a sold by the seat opportunity. The 5 day course will be held at our Virginia Beach, Va location August 25-29, 2014. Seating is limited. Registration is open to HDS Certified B ... More

Nov. 13 Documentary on JFK Assassination Highlights Use of Leica ScanStation Technology in Shooting Scene Reconstructio ...

Leica ScanStation PS20 is used to recreate and analyze the crime scene and possible bullet trajectories as part of a NOVA documentary that re-examines the evidence using modern scientific tools. Norcross, Ga. – What really happened in Dealey Plaza in the West End district of downtown Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22, 1963? Did Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, fire the bullet that killed President John F. Kennedy and wounded ... More

ViaGlobal Group names Tactical Electronics exclusive EOD and K-9 training provider for King Abdullah’s Special Operatio ...

Broken Arrow, Ok. — ViaGlobal Group, LLC, the preeminent provider of international operations management and technical training services at King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) in Jordan, has named Tactical Electronics the exclusive provider for all EOD and K-9 Training at KASOTC.  “Tactical Electronics was the natural choice for ViaGlobal to partner with in Jordan because of their high level of ... More

K9 EOD and IED Electronics and Diagnostic Training Courses

K9 EOD and IED Electronics and Diagnostic Training Courses from Tactical Electronics K9 EOD Integration Training Course Identify potential threats and key components critical for determining response procedures. Attendees will participate in classroom lecture, practical labs designed to enhance how IEDs function and practical exercises focusing on the identification of an array of IEDs, their components and ... More

Operators use JLENS-mounted sensor in mock-IED during demonstration

Operators use JLENS-mounted sensor to observe role-players planting mock-IED during demonstration SALT LAKE CITY, - A recent demonstration proved that operators can observe surface moving targets -- including a terrorist role-player planting an improvised explosive device -- in real time using a Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) MTS-B Multi-Spectral Targeting System mounted on the JLENS.  During the Ra ... More

SpectraFluidics' New Chemical Detection Tech Detects Explosives

Paper Published in American Chemical Society's Analytical Chemistry Journal Documents Repeatable DNT Detection Capability of Sensing Technology Developed at the University of California, Santa Barbara SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - SpectraFluidics, the innovator in high performance trace chemical vapor detection and analysis systems, has demonstrated the repeatable performance capabilities of their novel sensor platform when used to det ... More

Chemring EOD Announces MOD Contract

Chemring EOD Announces MOD Contract Chemring EOD Ltd are delighted to announce the award of an extension to the long-term enabling contract with the UK Ministry of Defence, to provide equipment and spares to support counter IED and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) operations. Through this contract, Chemring EOD will provide the UK MOD with a wide range of equipment. The enabling contract extension, which beca ... More

ITT Receives $317 Million Order for Counter Improvised Explosive Devices

CLIFTON, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ITT Corporation (NYSE:ITT) announced today it has been awarded a $317 million order to produce an additional 4,501 CREW 2.1 Vehicle Receiver Jammers (CVRJ), vehicle-mounted systems that prevent the detonation of improvised explosive devices (IEDs). These systems will be used by the United States Marine Corps. The contract was awarded by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command, and announced recently by the U. ... More