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The Pentagon has funneled $7.4 billion in surplus military gear to police forces that don’t want or need it
Since 1990, the Defense Department has funneled more than $7.4 billion in excess military gear to nearly 8,000 federal and state law enforcement agencies across the United States
Police killings are more likely among law enforcement agencies that receive military gear, data shows
A new analysis of a decade of records across 651 Georgia police departments and sheriff’s offices found departments that took more than $1,000 in 1033 money, on average, fatally shot about four times as many people as those that didn’t
The Army’s new protective eyewear will be able to adjust immediately from outside to indoor lighting
Within one second, the new eyewear will adjust to changing light.
Lawmakers Are Pushing To Make It Easier For Wounded Troops To Keep Battle-Damaged Gear
The helmet that stopped a sniper’s bullet or the SAPI plate that deflected shrapnel from a roadside bomb can take...
Finally, An Everyday Carry Bag That’s Actually Affordable
We know that the case you use to carry your crap around doesn’t seem as important as what’s in it,...
Why Your Rifle Magazines Make A Big Difference
When it comes down to it, magazines are arguably the simplest mechanism in any firearm; a box with a spring...
Combat Helmets Have Moved Beyond Just Protection
One of the most iconic pieces of equipment worn by American service members is the combat helmet. From the flat-brimmed...