In one way or the other we all either want, or think we need, super strength – hearing, vision and intelligence. For the most part we’ve all conceded that any significant human enhancement is only accomplished in the movies. But, for the select few who understand how to master and leverage technology, human enhancement isn’t […]
I had a chance to sit down, and have lunch with a good friend of mine Aaron Tankersley in San Diego last month to catch up. Aaron is the CEO of Micro Power (see below), and their company is doing some great things when it comes to adding capabilities to wireless surveillance cameras. I know […]
My friend and former SEAL teammate, Eric, turned me onto to the LIFEPROOF iPhone case. Eric said, “this case lets me take my iPhone surfing with the kids”, and I just shot him a sideways look and said, “Seriously?”. He ended up offering up his phone to me poolside (at his house) but, like most […]
I’m always searching the gun porn mags, Recoil is one of the only quality pubs on the market IMO. Most these magazines are obnoxious but provide good lessons at what not to do. Here’s my comments on the GEARHEAD segment of Combat Tactics Magazine (Have the Editors seen much combat? Not likely) Enjoy and feel […]
I’m looking forward to the day when soldiers can simply carry one smart phone instead of having a separate f**king PDA for every damned device. Right now we lug around a kit bag full of PDA’s for GPS, Bio-Metrics, Mortar Ballistics, Sniper Ballistics, and more. -Jack Ah, smartphones — the delightful little slates carry our […]
Paul was a mans man and would definitely agree with The LOADOUT ROOM when it comes style and our view on mens fashion. So what’s ok and what’s not? See below… No. Yes.
I first became aware of this type of technology during my first deployment to Afghanistan. Some of the stuff that the technicians had in their inventory was truly impressive but what Wired is reporting simply takes this technology to the next level. Previously, sensors had to be manually installed (for the most part) and retrieved […]
This is the holy grail of camouflage for the fighting folk. Despite all of our technology, we are still playing catch-up to nature but we are learning and strides are being made. Nature has had a lot more time to tweak and test it’s creations, and the price to pay for failing was literally life. […]
From an American Vietnam veteran and buddy of mine, the Mini Claymore mine. These are some pictures he took from his service in Rhodesia. He tells me that rather than metal ball bearings, that the Mini Claymore has cube shaped shrapnel that does not project as far, but causes more damage to human tissue.