I was an Airborne Ranger that served at 2nd 75th Ranger Regiment, 3rd BDE 2nd ID 1/23 Stryker Brigade Combat Team and 1/158 Infantry
I was a Recon Team Leader, Senior Scout, Designated Marksman During OIF 1 and 2 in the Recon Sniper Section at 1/23 Stryker Brigade Combat Team. Then During OEF 7 and 8 I was an Infantry Squad Leader, Sniper and Afghani Special Police Force mission leader with 1/158 INF. I also have my Fire Fighter 1 and 2 Certification and EMT-B. After finishing my Bachelors degree in Business Management I began to develop new products to better serve and save the lives of the war fighter that protects us today.
The latest project that I have launched after years of developing was the ISC-Internal Scope Cap which is a high grade aluminum Iris that twist to open much like how a camera shutter would work but it is attach to a high grade scope cap that ranges from 24mm to 69mm diameters currently. This feature completely erases the need for flip up scope caps as they are ineffective and regularly break and have to be cut or altered by hand using cheap parts to work correctly which only jeopardizes the sniper and the damage to his expensive issued items. The ISC erases the outline of the flip up cap since the Iris only needs to be twisted to open and close to allow access to the scope lens. Currently snipers are cutting holes in scope caps to break up glint and glare to avoid being spotted which is a temporarily effective and cheap way to protect an expensive sniper weapon system that your life depends on. The ISC can be adjusted to meet any high or low light environment and then simply twisted back shut when the user has no further need to look through the scope. This is vastly superior to a hole cut in a scope cap and is a sharper better looking item that will save you money in the long run by reducing repairs to optical lenses from the use of cheap flip up scope caps altered by hand at the user level. I began developing the ISC in early 2002 while attached to the Recon Sniper Section as a member of Team 2 where I was a designated marksman, RTO, Team Leader and Senior Scout. I learned how important optics and scopes were in being a recon soldier and always thought why they would have a 1-6,000.00 item like a scope or night vision goggle and then protect the most important and expensive part with a cheap 3.00 piece of plastic or rubber that had to be altered by hand to meet standards for camouflage. After years of development and building them by hand to get them just right I was able to find a manufacturer create my product to my standards and I couldn't be happier with how the ISC turned out.
The Light Weight Interlocking Rapid Casualty Evacuation System was on of the first projects I decided to develop since it had the most potential for saving the lives of our troops. It is a harness that allows troops to be able to transport casualties or heavy equipment by themselves or in small teams without having to use their hands to hold or carry the item. The harness has Rapid Extraction Straps that attach to the harness and then attach to the item or casualty then the harness redistributes the weight across the body and the Rapid Extraction Strap holds the item leaving the user both hands free to properly defend themselves with their weapon which is something they currently can not do while carrying a casualty with any acceptable accuracy. The system allows for faster transportation of casualties and items with or without a litter.
Tactical Hoodies are a design of mine were I took all the features from the ACU advanced combat uniform the top and put it on a hoodie. This is a 60% cotton 40% polyester blend that has pockets everywhere you need them and a unique zipper system for those that carry outside on the hip.
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Top of the line woobie hoodie jackets in Desert Night Camo.
Brand new walking assist & seated shooting/observation station. Designed for Hunters, Hikers, Outdoors situations where you would like to have a seat and stable position at your command.
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