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Kraka Jet Board

Some fear change. Others drive it. The Jet Board that totally changes your Maritime Capability.

Work undetected.

Kraka is designed and developed to the highest level of detail, for operational work in critical and challenging situations at sea – where silence, low profile, accessibility, and agility are crucial for the mission’s success.

Behind Enemy Lines.

Kraka fills the gap where other small floating devices fail due to shape, loading capacity, draft, or noise. The board is available in three sizes and with different feasible advantages, for dive, air and transport.

Cache, Your Best Secret.

Hide or transport Kraka under water. When you are ready to go, she is inflated within seconds.

Air to Target.

Overwater deployment of the Kraka Jet Board utilizing the Sword Aerial Delivery System provides the end user with an unmatched and previously unattainable maritime capability for rescue, recovery and tactical insertion operations.

Team Wendy’s Mission

Team Wendy’s mission is to improve head protection for those who risk their lives everyday. The legacy of its origins continues to drive the business at large and the dynamics of the team.

The Story of Team Wendy


Team Wendy provides exceptional head protection systems for those who risk their lives every day, whether that be in combat, rescue or adventure.

Find out how it all started. 

SIG SAUER MG 338 Machine Gun

SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the United States Special Operation Command (USSOCOM), working closely with SIG SAUER, has completed a safety certification of the new SIG SAUER MG 338 Machine Guns, SIG SAUER 338 Norma Mag Ammunition, and Next Generation Suppressors.

Safariland and Hardwire launch next generation ballistic protection

Innovative Design Offers Lightest, Thinnest Ballistic Panel Protection Available

Jacksonville, Florida – Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets, announced today the next generation of Hardwire® Ballistic Panels. Hardwire optimizes the strength of compressed Dyneema fibers to create the thinnest and lightest level II and IIIA ballistic panels available.

“The collaboration between Safariland and Hardwire will continue to bring advanced armor protection to end users,” James Duncan, VP/GM of Armor for Safariland said. “This strategic relationship incorporates the thinnest, lightest and highest performing armor panels into our state of the art tactical and concealable vests. Hardwire is an exceptional company that shares Safariland’s vision, and together we are learning how to maximize the effectiveness of armor and how to protect those who serve.”

“Hardwire’s advanced ballistic properties afford the bullet’s shock wave more time to spread out before getting to the body,” George Tunis, CEO of Hardwire LLC, said. “The panel is 100% Dyneema, but it’s more than material alone that makes it work. It’s the Hardwire process and strategic layering of the materials that results in game-changing performance. We use a bullet’s own rotation and exploitable weaknesses to shock the projectile into submission. Meaning, the bullet doesn’t attack the vest, the vest attacks the bullet.”

The second generation Hardwire Ballistic Panel offers the thinnest profile available in soft body armor while weighing just .51 and .68 pounds per square foot for level II and IIIA, respectively. This minimalist design allows for Hardwire Armor to be worn all day without interfering with routine tasks. Hardwire panels stand up to a range of special threat rounds above NIJ standard and the technology was originally developed for use by the elite U.S Special Operations Command and Marine Corps.

Safariland Armor continues to lead through innovation and design that sets the standard in ballistic protection. By continuing to bring cutting-edge body armor designs to market, Safariland provides its customers with high-performance, life-saving armor systems.

By combining Safariland’s proprietary ballistic panel shapes with carrier systems designed to maximize both comfort and protection, this next generation Hardwire ballistic technology takes ballistic protection to a new level. These new Hardwire Level II and Level IIIA ballistic panels will be available for use in all of Safariland’s concealable and tactical vest designs and platforms.

The partnership between Safariland and Hardwire offers a new standard in shock dissipation physics, momentum transfer efficiency, and ultimately, ballistic protection. Taking a round should not be the end of the fight. With the goal of enhanced survivability and minimized injury, Safariland and Hardwire are designed to save the lives of first responders.

TYR Tactical Epic Female Carrier


Lateral darts on the outer carrier have an inset/cut above the breast tissue to accommodate shoulder rotation and allow for shouldering weapon, solving the issue of protecting vital organs and breast tissue.


Two lateral darts, on the tactical outer carrier, contour around the females natural shape while still providing a full range of motion, support and eliminates excess compression on the breast tissue.



The front of the female carrier incorporates a gusseted plate pocket, relieving tension and pressure normally placed on the body from the hard plate in typical plate pocket configurations. Improved motion range allows increased ergonomics and performance, and decreased hot spots on the body by utilizing our airflow chamber technology.



In the past, load carriage has typically been static and designed in a vertical alignment, which does not self-adjust with the operator’s natural movements. Female shaped components such as the shoulders, yoke, collar and belt were created to enhance the overall female system.

SIG SAUER Ships Next Generation Squad Weapons to the US Army

SIG SAUER recently shipped the Next Generation Squad Weapons System (NGSW) to the US Army for testing and evaluation. The SIG NGSW system represents the most significant advancement in military small arms in more than 50 years. It includes our revolutionary 6.8MM Hybrid Ammunition, the lightweight SIG LMG machine gun, and the highly advanced MCX-SPEAR rifle along with the state-of-the-art SLX suppressors. The SIG SAUER NGSW system was designed and manufactured entirely by SIG right here in America #SIG #SIGSAUER #NeverSettle

Suspect Pepper Balled After Pursuit | Buena Park

BUENA PARK – Chula Vista Police began the pursuit for Assault With A Deadly Weapon on a Police officer.

The pursuit travelled northbound on the I-5 from San Diego County into Orange County.

The suspect stopped their vehicle in the Buena Park area.

At the termination, police used less than lethal pepper ball rounds to get the suspect out of the vehicle.

After the suspect exited the vehicle, K-9 was released and the suspect jumped on their hood before surrendering.

Armouring the world’s largest police jurisdiction

In 2020 Aquaterro took on measuring and rolling out a complex, made-to-measure, multi-threat, Safariland® body armour and load carriage system to Western Australia Police. Western Australia is the largest single police jurisdiction on Earth: at around 2.6 million square kilometres (1 million square miles), the challenge to measure every single one of the 6,500+ serving Western Australian Police Officers, took Aquaterro Senior Armour Fitter Ethne Moller, to the most remote and extraordinary parts of Australia. We are proud to show you a rare look behind the scenes of Australia’s leading Body Armour provider, and one of the most amazing women on the Aquaterro team….check it out

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