• Minelab Military Grade Technology Metal Detector

    The same groundbreaking technologies Minelab supplies to the U.S. Military are used in Minelab's consumer detectors. It's Military grade for the best performance | http://www.minelab.com

    published: 09 Oct 2013
  • The Military-Grade Nano-Chip to Detect Cancer

    Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- A smartphone-sized breathalyzer that can instantly detect cancer could be on the market within two years. That’s according to the British company Owlstone that is developing the device by adapting military grade nanochips for use in the health sector. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports. (Source: Bloomberg) --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuo...

    published: 14 Nov 2014
  • LG Q6 Hands On : Full Vision Military Spec Champion

    Buy from http://amzn.to/2w3NKah LG Q6 Hands On by FoneArena. http://www.fonearena.com/blog/ takes a hands on look at the recently launched LG Q6 that has a 5.5-inch FHD+ 18:9 FullVision Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, US military standard-810G certification for durability, face recognition unlock and Android 7.1 Nougat. It is priced at Rs. 14,990. Background Music: www.bensound.com

    published: 14 Aug 2017
  • US Military AN/PSS-11 Mine Detector

    US military metal detector for mine warefare, uses a obsolete battery that can be replaced with a few different options. My test used a 9v. Will test her out more in the spring when I can try digging things out of the ground with her. Once again I saw no one documenting this interesting toy on youtube So I figured I should put up a video on it.

    published: 07 Mar 2014
  • CPI Security Real Time Response System - Intrusion Detection

    The 2-Way military grade microphone and speaker that makes the Real Time Response system so effective is demoed in this video. Watch how our trained operators communicate quickly and effectively with you in your home without having to answer a phone. Here Rob demonstrates how the system works during an intrusion.

    published: 20 Oct 2008
  • SNIPER 101 Part 85 - LASER Rangefinder Advantages and Limitations

    Are there any limitations when using a LASER rangefinder? This video discusses the employment of LASER range finders in detail. L.A.S.E.R. Definition: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation A LASER Rangefinder Operates on simple time of flight principle. Distance = Rate x Time Advantages: Very quick and easy to use Can give very precise measurements to the target (+ or -- 3m) Does not require knowledge the objects dimensions to range accurately -- can range trees, hills, etc... Limitations: Beam Divergence: is an angular measure of the increase in beam diameter or radius with distance from the optical aperture or antenna aperture from which the electromagnetic beam emerges. Scintillation and Beam Wander Effects: occur due to different air densities along the...

    published: 23 Jun 2014
  • Afghan National Army - Hand-Held Mine Detector Training

    Soldiers from the Afghan National Army's 2nd Brigade, 205th Corps, recently conducted hand-held mine detector training at Camp Eagle, Zabul Province, Afghansitan. The training was Afghan-led, with assistance from international security assistance forces. Video by Cpl. Clay Beyersdorfer | ISAF Regional Command South AiirSource covers military events and missions from the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Subscribe to AiirSource for daily updates: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource

    published: 15 May 2014
  • ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL FLIR 15 MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA

    Ultra Extreme long range human detection with SPI Thermal Infrared Imaging IR FLIR PTZ Cameras, not the humans walking around the tower, this is acquired at night time, the distance is 15 miles. SPi offers extreme long range human, vehicle detection ranges. Inquire with SPI for custom CMOS, SCMOS, I2, CCD, LOW LIGHT LEVEL, NIR, SWIR, LWIR, MWIR affordable Imaging camera solutions that are custom built for your exact application. http://www.x20.org/product/m7-ptz-long-range-thermal-imager/ The M7 PTZ thermal imaging cameras are serious extra long range systems for the most critical applications. These easily mountable, highly mobile infrared camera systems can put up with anything you throw their way, and are perfect for military, law enforcement & border/homeland security operations. T...

    published: 11 Dec 2015
  • ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL 35 MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA + HD CCTV Surveillance IR

    Ultra Extreme long range human & Vehicle Identification, recognition and detection using DRI military standards with Infiniti Optics HD 3-5UM MWIR Cooled Thermal Infrared Imaging IR camera with up to 50% more distance than FLIR HRC. www.infinitioptics.com Infiniti electro Optics builds multi sensor PTZ CCTV Surveillance Camera systems that integrate a variety of sensor that are custom built and optimized for long distance day night imaging including CCD, ICCD, CMOS, SCMOS, GEN I II III, Starlight LIGHT, NIR (Near infrared) , SWIR (Short Wave Infrared), LWIR, (Long Wave Infrared) and cooled thermal MWIR. Target localization & tracking using Video Anlaytucs, Radar GPS and DMC. These systems are than integrated on Gyro stabilized military grade Precision Military grade ...

    published: 20 Jul 2016
  • CEIA CMD Version 1 2 Compact Military Metal Detector w Accesories in case TESTED

    Visit our eBay store: http://www.ebay.com/sch/mycyberofficeid/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Visit our website: http://www.mycyberoffice.com

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • SCI Military Board

    Taking some ICs off a 70's era PCB. Along with a rant about Hakko.

    published: 02 Mar 2015
  • Super Killer Laser Gun: LaWS Laser Weapon System Live-fire, Testing(LaWS) - US Navy- Armed Forces

    The Laser Weapon System or LaWS is a directed-energy weapon developed by the United States Navy. The weapon was installed on the USS Ponce for field testing in 2014 In December 2014 the United States Navy reported the LaWS system works perfectly, and that the commander of the USS Ponce is authorized to use the system as a defensive weapon.Purpose The intended use of the LaWS is ship-defense against drones or small-boat attackers (whether suicidal or not); the LaWS at present is not designed to engage incoming missiles, large aircraft, ships, or submerged objects. LaWS utilizes a solid-state infrared beam which can be tuned to high output to destroy the target or low output to warn or cripple the sensors of a target. Among the advantages of this device versus projectile weapons is the low c...

    published: 11 May 2016
  • How To Protect Your Computer Using Military Grade Tech

    How To Protect Your Computer Using Military Grade Tech SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/GUHPI2 ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK SHOW MORE for more information! ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1Rjs7WX Follow me on social networks: Facebook: www.facebook.com/TechlineHD Twitter: @TechlineHD Google+: +TechLineHD Instagram: techlinehd Conclusions All in all, the Gatekeeper is a really useful gadget especially for those who work in the offices. It also comes with an enterprise side, allowing network administrators to monitor and manage deployments. Industry approved military grade encryption allows you to simply walk away from your computer and feel confident about the security and privacy. Although the price of $50 may sound steep for some, the Gatekeeper worked absolutely fine during th...

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • Mine Detection System

    Army.mil - The Army Materiel Command highlights how the AN PSS 14 mine detection system is helping Soldiers find mines much easier on the battlefield.

    published: 26 Nov 2007
  • Metal detector army

    published: 29 Jun 2011
  • Metal Detecting in Germany (10) - Old military training area detected

    This was a training area for the British Army in Hildesheim, Germany. The Army was using this place to test military vehicles like the Chieftain. The British Army left in 1996. Now its an unused 'park' for everyone. In WW2 was the area used for traing the Wehrmacht. In 1945 the british captured the airfield in Hildesheim and took over the training area. I found a german cartige from 1937 and two english mortar greanade ends from 1941 and 1942. I found many blank training cartiges from 1987 and 1988. The british army used a part of the training area probably for practicing shooting guns. Between the two towers shown in the video was a giant plastic plane wich was there as a target. The British Army used this plane to practice shooting. They used special plastic ammunition so the bulle...

    published: 18 Apr 2016
  • Vallon VMC1 Detector air test US Nickel

    This is a Vallon VMC1 air test,it is in the city,next to the water tower that has all types of antennas and dishes on it. The max sensitivity I could set was the first notch of the led range (10). The machine signals strong at 10 inches,good at 11 inches,and you just lose it at 12 inches. The target is a US Nickel,hot glued to a wooden yard stick. There may be some reinforcement in the concrete,the conditions are not ideal,just a quick demo.

    published: 11 Jun 2016
  • US Military TURNS UP THE HEAT on Chinese Computer Hackers in Documentary

    WATCH OUT CHINA the US Military is turning up the heat on Chinese computer hackers in new documentary. JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. - The widespread usage of computer networking has become one of the U.S. military's greatest advantages. On the battlefield, computers are valuable force multipliers, greatly aiding commanders in the command and control of their forces. Our enemies also use computers, however, and can turn our advantage into a disadvantage if soldiers don’t follow proper security procedures. To aid in combating this threat, October has been designated National Cyber Security Awareness Month. “Cyber security means ensuring the integrity, availability and confidentiality of information on the DoD network,” said Jack Potter, information security manager for the Mission Su...

    published: 27 Jul 2016
  • K9 Demonstration of Explosive Detection

    BAPD and K-9 Officer demonstrate ability to detect explosive materials. This dog is trained to recognize 20 different explosive material scents. These scents may range from bullets to military grade explosives, detonation caps, tnt, or other bomb making materials.

    published: 10 Apr 2009
  • InfoAge Military Electronics- Mine Detector

    InfoAge volunteer Ray Chase describes the Mine Detector

    published: 16 May 2010
  • DRS Leverages Military Grade Technology for Commercial Markets

    Description

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • CPI Security Real Time Response System - Fire Detection

    The 2-Way military grade microphone and speaker that makes the Real Time Response system so effective is demoed in this video. Watch how our trained operators communicate quickly and effectively with you in your home without having to answer a phone. Here Rob demonstrates how the system works when the fire detection system was activated.

    published: 20 Oct 2008
  • US Army soldier found an IED by metal detector in Iraq

    published: 27 Mar 2013
  • [237] CyberReason.com with Bill Keeler at Black Hat USA 2016

    www.cybereason.com | MILITARY-GRADE PREVENTION DETECTION RESPONSE - Cybereason was founded by leaders of the Israeli Defense Force's 8200 Unit, an elite group dedicated to cyber military intelligence. They used their knowledge of adversarial methodologies to develop a technology for protecting critical infrastructure against advanced threats. The Security Reality Hackers are getting better at exploiting your organization's increasingly complex IT environment. Adversaries are using highly customized attack campaigns to infiltrate their targets and evade detection for long periods of time. In addition, skilled analysts are always in short supply. 08-03-2016 | Chuck Harold | Cherise Gutierrez | Ted Gutierrez | www.SecurityGuyRadio.com

    published: 18 Aug 2016
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Minelab Military Grade Technology Metal Detector

Minelab Military Grade Technology Metal Detector

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The same groundbreaking technologies Minelab supplies to the U.S. Military are used in Minelab's consumer detectors. It's Military grade for the best performance | http://www.minelab.com
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The Military-Grade Nano-Chip to Detect Cancer

The Military-Grade Nano-Chip to Detect Cancer

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2014
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Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- A smartphone-sized breathalyzer that can instantly detect cancer could be on the market within two years. That’s according to the British company Owlstone that is developing the device by adapting military grade nanochips for use in the health sector. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports. (Source: Bloomberg) --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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LG Q6 Hands On : Full Vision Military Spec Champion

LG Q6 Hands On : Full Vision Military Spec Champion

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Buy from http://amzn.to/2w3NKah LG Q6 Hands On by FoneArena. http://www.fonearena.com/blog/ takes a hands on look at the recently launched LG Q6 that has a 5.5-inch FHD+ 18:9 FullVision Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, US military standard-810G certification for durability, face recognition unlock and Android 7.1 Nougat. It is priced at Rs. 14,990. Background Music: www.bensound.com
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US Military AN/PSS-11 Mine Detector

US Military AN/PSS-11 Mine Detector

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  • Updated: 07 Mar 2014
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US military metal detector for mine warefare, uses a obsolete battery that can be replaced with a few different options. My test used a 9v. Will test her out more in the spring when I can try digging things out of the ground with her. Once again I saw no one documenting this interesting toy on youtube So I figured I should put up a video on it.
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CPI Security Real Time Response System - Intrusion Detection

CPI Security Real Time Response System - Intrusion Detection

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The 2-Way military grade microphone and speaker that makes the Real Time Response system so effective is demoed in this video. Watch how our trained operators communicate quickly and effectively with you in your home without having to answer a phone. Here Rob demonstrates how the system works during an intrusion.
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SNIPER 101 Part 85 - LASER Rangefinder Advantages and Limitations

SNIPER 101 Part 85 - LASER Rangefinder Advantages and Limitations

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Are there any limitations when using a LASER rangefinder? This video discusses the employment of LASER range finders in detail. L.A.S.E.R. Definition: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation A LASER Rangefinder Operates on simple time of flight principle. Distance = Rate x Time Advantages: Very quick and easy to use Can give very precise measurements to the target (+ or -- 3m) Does not require knowledge the objects dimensions to range accurately -- can range trees, hills, etc... Limitations: Beam Divergence: is an angular measure of the increase in beam diameter or radius with distance from the optical aperture or antenna aperture from which the electromagnetic beam emerges. Scintillation and Beam Wander Effects: occur due to different air densities along the way... this essentially turns the air into a lens which can deflect the path of the beam. Beam Grazing: can prove to be problematic when ranging targets that are either only partially exposed OR when ranging targets that are located in front of a somewhat undefined backstop. When the beam of the LASER is grazing the target from a low angle (whether it be through grass or brush, or maybe even across a long smoothly sloping area like unobscured desert terrain, the level of confidence you have that the target itself is actually being bracketed (and NOT the ground in front of it or behind it), drops dramatically. This is one area, where optical rang finding methods (such as milling the target with a reticle) are superior. Unseen Obstructions: Some of the beam might reflect off leaves or branches in front of the target, giving an early return and a reading which is short. Mirage: At longer ranges, the target may vanish into a mirage, caused by temperature gradients in the air. OTHER LIMITATIONS: Risk of enemy detection. Performance is Dependent upon Power Supply. When to use LASERs: When determining ranges to TRPs at extreme long ranges When high value targets of opportunity present themselves outside your predetermined range (off the card) and time is limited. When enemy is not equipped with LASER detection equipment Or anytime when your location is no mystery and you need ranges in a hurry. Thank you for your donations to the Rex Reviews Project! We hope these videos continue to be a great help to you all. All the music in this video was created by TiborasaurusRex, an unsigned artist. Song Titles: Particle Jam, Magnetic Night Music and Lyrics by: TiborasaurusRex Instrumentation and Vocals by: TiborasaurusRex Recorded by: TiborasaurusRex
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Afghan National Army - Hand-Held Mine Detector Training

Afghan National Army - Hand-Held Mine Detector Training

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  • Updated: 15 May 2014
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Soldiers from the Afghan National Army's 2nd Brigade, 205th Corps, recently conducted hand-held mine detector training at Camp Eagle, Zabul Province, Afghansitan. The training was Afghan-led, with assistance from international security assistance forces. Video by Cpl. Clay Beyersdorfer | ISAF Regional Command South AiirSource covers military events and missions from the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Subscribe to AiirSource for daily updates: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource
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ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL FLIR 15 MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA

ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL FLIR 15 MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2015
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Ultra Extreme long range human detection with SPI Thermal Infrared Imaging IR FLIR PTZ Cameras, not the humans walking around the tower, this is acquired at night time, the distance is 15 miles. SPi offers extreme long range human, vehicle detection ranges. Inquire with SPI for custom CMOS, SCMOS, I2, CCD, LOW LIGHT LEVEL, NIR, SWIR, LWIR, MWIR affordable Imaging camera solutions that are custom built for your exact application. http://www.x20.org/product/m7-ptz-long-range-thermal-imager/ The M7 PTZ thermal imaging cameras are serious extra long range systems for the most critical applications. These easily mountable, highly mobile infrared camera systems can put up with anything you throw their way, and are perfect for military, law enforcement & border/homeland security operations. The M7 Thermal FLIR Infrared Imaging Camera payloads are fully ruggedized and sealed military grade PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom platforms. The M7 comes in MWIR (Mid Wave Infrared) and LWIR (Long Wave Infrared) and packs telephoto zoom long range optical lenses with Continuous Optical Zoom all the way to achieve Effective 3000MM focal Length and with Human Detection Ranges that Exceed 20 Kilometers. LRF Laser Range Finders and a host of Multi Sensors are available for inclusion on to the M7 Camera, Contact SPI with your unique Custom applications. Long range LWIR and MWIR can be VERY Expensive, SPI will offer you the most affordable solution packing the highest quality sensors, lasers and optics with the highest performance possible!
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ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL 35  MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA + HD CCTV Surveillance IR

ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL 35 MILE HUMAN DETECTION PTZ IMAGING CAMERA + HD CCTV Surveillance IR

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  • Updated: 20 Jul 2016
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Ultra Extreme long range human & Vehicle Identification, recognition and detection using DRI military standards with Infiniti Optics HD 3-5UM MWIR Cooled Thermal Infrared Imaging IR camera with up to 50% more distance than FLIR HRC. www.infinitioptics.com Infiniti electro Optics builds multi sensor PTZ CCTV Surveillance Camera systems that integrate a variety of sensor that are custom built and optimized for long distance day night imaging including CCD, ICCD, CMOS, SCMOS, GEN I II III, Starlight LIGHT, NIR (Near infrared) , SWIR (Short Wave Infrared), LWIR, (Long Wave Infrared) and cooled thermal MWIR. Target localization & tracking using Video Anlaytucs, Radar GPS and DMC. These systems are than integrated on Gyro stabilized military grade Precision Military grade Gyro stabilized pan tilt driver. The Viper has Gyro Stabilized a weapons systems grade positioner designed for military applications and is able to withstand shock and vibration for use on tanks and navy vessels. The pan tilt implements a strain wave gear for high torque to handle large payloads while providing micro steps as precise as 0.00025° for smooth manual control or automatic slew to cue tracking when used with Video Analytics, VTMS systems, Radar, AIS and weapon systems. The integrated multi-axis gyro stabilization uses a high-rate MEMS gyro in combination with the pan/tilt to mechanically stabilize the payload, reducing the effects of vibration, oscillation, pitch and roll for unparalleled stabilization on tanks, humvees, assault vehicles and more. Electro Optics EO/ IR Imaging Filters for UV, IR Visible Cameras Infiniti Optics has a wide variety of motorized spectral filters that can be integrated to compensate or eliminate the effects of parasitic light conditions such as fog, smoke, haze, heat-waves, UV and IR to optimize image clarity and resolution long long range surveillance imaging . Light and heat is made up of different wavelengths; every wavelength has different characteristics and produces different images based on the sensor configuration. For example, the visible wavelength spectrum is what the human eye is able to see; it is 390-700nm and it produces color images. Custom built solutions based on budget and performance requirements for military, OEM and commercial applications. Infiniti Optics CCTV: Long Range IR Thermal Day Night PTZ Cameras , Night vision Surveillance Camera Contact Information: Website: www.infinitioptics.com Email: info@infinitioptics.com Phone: 1.866.200.9191 Skype: tim.ascendent
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CEIA CMD Version 1 2 Compact Military Metal Detector w Accesories in case TESTED

CEIA CMD Version 1 2 Compact Military Metal Detector w Accesories in case TESTED

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2017
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Visit our eBay store: http://www.ebay.com/sch/mycyberofficeid/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Visit our website: http://www.mycyberoffice.com
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SCI Military Board

SCI Military Board

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  • Updated: 02 Mar 2015
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Taking some ICs off a 70's era PCB. Along with a rant about Hakko.
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Super Killer Laser Gun: LaWS Laser Weapon System Live-fire,   Testing(LaWS) - US Navy- Armed Forces

Super Killer Laser Gun: LaWS Laser Weapon System Live-fire, Testing(LaWS) - US Navy- Armed Forces

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  • Updated: 11 May 2016
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The Laser Weapon System or LaWS is a directed-energy weapon developed by the United States Navy. The weapon was installed on the USS Ponce for field testing in 2014 In December 2014 the United States Navy reported the LaWS system works perfectly, and that the commander of the USS Ponce is authorized to use the system as a defensive weapon.Purpose The intended use of the LaWS is ship-defense against drones or small-boat attackers (whether suicidal or not); the LaWS at present is not designed to engage incoming missiles, large aircraft, ships, or submerged objects. LaWS utilizes a solid-state infrared beam which can be tuned to high output to destroy the target or low output to warn or cripple the sensors of a target. Among the advantages of this device versus projectile weapons is the low cost per shot, as each firing of the weapon requires only the minimal cost of generating the energetic pulse; by contrast ordnance for projectile weapons must be designed, manufactured, handled, transported and maintained, and takes up storage space. Deployment Video by Master Chief Petty Officer John Williams. Photo- U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams. The LaWS was deployed on the Ponce in late August 2014 to the Persian Gulf with the U.S. 5th Fleet. The deployment is to test the feasibility of a laser weapon in a maritime environment against heat, humidity, dust, and salt water and to see how much power is used. The system has scalable power levels to be able to fire a non-lethal beam to dazzle a suspect vessel, and fire stronger beams to physically destroy a target; range is classified. Although neighboring Iran has threatened to block the Strait of Hormuz out of the Gulf using small boat swarms that the LaWS is able to counter, it was not designed or deployed specifically to be used against any one particular country. On the deployment, the LaWS is considered an operational asset, so the ship commander has permission to use it for self-defense. Humans are not a target of the weapon under stipulations of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, but targets do include UAVs, helicopters, and fast patrol craft. Rules of engagement (ROE) have been developed for its use, but details have not been released. The Navy has released video of the LaWS on deployment disabling a ScanEagle UAV, detonating a rocket propelled grenade (RPG), and burning out the engine of a rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB). Composed of commercial laser components and proprietary Navy software, it is powered and cooled by a "skid" through a diesel generator, separate from the ship's electrical systems, giving greater efficiency relative to power provided of 35 percent. Mounted on the Ponce's superstructure above the bridge, its powerful optics are also useful as a surveillance tool that can detect objects at "tactically significant ranges." The LaWS will remain deployed for one year and deployments on other ships are being examined.Derivatives The Office of Naval Research (ONR) is developing a laser weapon similar to the LaWS for use on ground vehicles for the U.S. Marine Corps as part of the Ground-Based Air Defense Directed Energy On-The-Move (G-BAD DE OTM) program. Like the naval LaWS, the ground-based system is meant to be an efficient way to protect against UAVs and supersonic missiles. The ONR is adapting the system to be installed on a Humvee or the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle. Tests will be conducted in late 2014 with 10 kW of power, with an increase to 30 kW by 2016. On 13 August 2014, Raytheon was awarded an $11 million contract to adapt a tactical laser weapon system to a vehicle-based laser device. Components have been tested to demonstrate detection and fire control functions of the system, with the compact phased array radar detecting and tracking air targets. The company will deliver a laser with a minimum power output of 25 kW using planar waveguide (PWG) technology, which is about the size and shape of a 12-inch ruler, that can generate sufficient power to effectively engage small aircraft while being small, light, and rugged enough to be used on mobile platforms. Intercept tests will evaluate detection and tracking to firing, battle-damage assessments, and effects on the test vehicle. Unlike the U.S. Army High Energy Laser Technology Demonstrator (HEL-TD) program to develop a truck-mounted laser for C-RAM duties while stationary, the G-BAD seeks a short-range laser that can fire while moving and maneuvering with Marine air-ground task forces. The Navy requires a laser capable of firing at full power for two minutes, followed by a 20-minute recharge to 80 percent total capacity. It will weigh 2,500 lb (1,100 kg) consisting of a volume-surveillance radar, command and control (C2), and the high-energy laser weapon. Laser Weapon System (LaWS)
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How To Protect Your Computer Using Military Grade Tech

How To Protect Your Computer Using Military Grade Tech

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How To Protect Your Computer Using Military Grade Tech SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/GUHPI2 ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK SHOW MORE for more information! ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Amazon US: http://amzn.to/1Rjs7WX Follow me on social networks: Facebook: www.facebook.com/TechlineHD Twitter: @TechlineHD Google+: +TechLineHD Instagram: techlinehd Conclusions All in all, the Gatekeeper is a really useful gadget especially for those who work in the offices. It also comes with an enterprise side, allowing network administrators to monitor and manage deployments. Industry approved military grade encryption allows you to simply walk away from your computer and feel confident about the security and privacy. Although the price of $50 may sound steep for some, the Gatekeeper worked absolutely fine during the testing period and it can be highly recommended. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review After 36 Hours - A Beautiful Beast!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbPAzml9q7Y -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Mine Detection System

Mine Detection System

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  • Duration: 2:26
  • Updated: 26 Nov 2007
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Army.mil - The Army Materiel Command highlights how the AN PSS 14 mine detection system is helping Soldiers find mines much easier on the battlefield.
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Metal detector army

Metal detector army

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  • Updated: 29 Jun 2011
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Metal Detecting in Germany (10) - Old military training area detected

Metal Detecting in Germany (10) - Old military training area detected

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  • Updated: 18 Apr 2016
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This was a training area for the British Army in Hildesheim, Germany. The Army was using this place to test military vehicles like the Chieftain. The British Army left in 1996. Now its an unused 'park' for everyone. In WW2 was the area used for traing the Wehrmacht. In 1945 the british captured the airfield in Hildesheim and took over the training area. I found a german cartige from 1937 and two english mortar greanade ends from 1941 and 1942. I found many blank training cartiges from 1987 and 1988. The british army used a part of the training area probably for practicing shooting guns. Between the two towers shown in the video was a giant plastic plane wich was there as a target. The British Army used this plane to practice shooting. They used special plastic ammunition so the bullets wont fly far.
https://wn.com/Metal_Detecting_In_Germany_(10)_Old_Military_Training_Area_Detected
Vallon VMC1 Detector air test US Nickel

Vallon VMC1 Detector air test US Nickel

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This is a Vallon VMC1 air test,it is in the city,next to the water tower that has all types of antennas and dishes on it. The max sensitivity I could set was the first notch of the led range (10). The machine signals strong at 10 inches,good at 11 inches,and you just lose it at 12 inches. The target is a US Nickel,hot glued to a wooden yard stick. There may be some reinforcement in the concrete,the conditions are not ideal,just a quick demo.
https://wn.com/Vallon_Vmc1_Detector_Air_Test_US_Nickel
US Military TURNS UP THE HEAT on Chinese Computer Hackers in Documentary

US Military TURNS UP THE HEAT on Chinese Computer Hackers in Documentary

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WATCH OUT CHINA the US Military is turning up the heat on Chinese computer hackers in new documentary. JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. - The widespread usage of computer networking has become one of the U.S. military's greatest advantages. On the battlefield, computers are valuable force multipliers, greatly aiding commanders in the command and control of their forces. Our enemies also use computers, however, and can turn our advantage into a disadvantage if soldiers don’t follow proper security procedures. To aid in combating this threat, October has been designated National Cyber Security Awareness Month. “Cyber security means ensuring the integrity, availability and confidentiality of information on the DoD network,” said Jack Potter, information security manager for the Mission Support Element G-6 here. Hostile nation-states can employ state-of-the-art technology to attempt to breach our cyber security methods. Any networked computer can come under attack. “Whether it’s attempting to gain access to a military network or steal your personal information, the threat is always out there,” said Sgt. 1st Class James Stephenson, a Fort Worth, Texas, native, and non-commissioned officer-in-charge of the I Corps Information Assurance section. “I can turn off a computer, lock it in a safe, and bury the safe. That's the only way to make a computer completely secure. As soon as I plug it in, put it on the network, and connect a user to it, there are vulnerabilities,” Potter said. The majority of those vulnerabilities are related to how the computer is being used, Potter said. Hackers long ago learned that while it was possible to break into a computer system through trial and error, the easiest way to gain access was tricking legitimate users into letting them in. “The best advice I can give the average user is to always be aware of what you're looking at. Don't visit websites you don't know, don't trust, and don't need. Always be aware that there are risks,” Potter said. Some computer attacks seek to gain access to secure networks, while others attempt to gain personal information about the computer user. The popularity of social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, has brought a corresponding level of cyber security risk. “If a unit has a Facebook page, and puts information about unit missions on that page, they have made that information available to adversaries who may be looking for it,” Potter said. Social networking also puts personal information at risk. Seemingly harmless information, such as birthdays or anniversaries, can be a risk. Most social networking sites allow users to control the privacy settings of their information. Users of government computers should remember that such computers are meant for official use only. “Your government computer is not your personal computer. Your government computer is a weapons system. You wouldn’t take your Stryker to the grocery store, and you wouldn’t drive your Honda Accord across the battlefield. They both have the capability, but they aren’t made for that. Your computer is the same way,” Potter said. Video Description: Credit: Sgt. Leon Cook Video Credits: Tech. Sgt. Lisa Carlson Thumbnail Credit: Senior Airman Cody Martin Modified by ArmedForcesUpdate
https://wn.com/US_Military_Turns_Up_The_Heat_On_Chinese_Computer_Hackers_In_Documentary
K9 Demonstration of Explosive Detection

K9 Demonstration of Explosive Detection

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BAPD and K-9 Officer demonstrate ability to detect explosive materials. This dog is trained to recognize 20 different explosive material scents. These scents may range from bullets to military grade explosives, detonation caps, tnt, or other bomb making materials.
https://wn.com/K9_Demonstration_Of_Explosive_Detection
InfoAge Military Electronics- Mine Detector

InfoAge Military Electronics- Mine Detector

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InfoAge volunteer Ray Chase describes the Mine Detector
https://wn.com/Infoage_Military_Electronics_Mine_Detector
DRS Leverages Military Grade Technology for Commercial Markets

DRS Leverages Military Grade Technology for Commercial Markets

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  • Updated: 08 Feb 2016
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CPI Security Real Time Response System - Fire Detection

CPI Security Real Time Response System - Fire Detection

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The 2-Way military grade microphone and speaker that makes the Real Time Response system so effective is demoed in this video. Watch how our trained operators communicate quickly and effectively with you in your home without having to answer a phone. Here Rob demonstrates how the system works when the fire detection system was activated.
https://wn.com/Cpi_Security_Real_Time_Response_System_Fire_Detection
US Army soldier found an IED by metal detector in Iraq

US Army soldier found an IED by metal detector in Iraq

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https://wn.com/US_Army_Soldier_Found_An_Ied_By_Metal_Detector_In_Iraq
[237] CyberReason.com with Bill Keeler at Black Hat USA 2016

[237] CyberReason.com with Bill Keeler at Black Hat USA 2016

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www.cybereason.com | MILITARY-GRADE PREVENTION DETECTION RESPONSE - Cybereason was founded by leaders of the Israeli Defense Force's 8200 Unit, an elite group dedicated to cyber military intelligence. They used their knowledge of adversarial methodologies to develop a technology for protecting critical infrastructure against advanced threats. The Security Reality Hackers are getting better at exploiting your organization's increasingly complex IT environment. Adversaries are using highly customized attack campaigns to infiltrate their targets and evade detection for long periods of time. In addition, skilled analysts are always in short supply. 08-03-2016 | Chuck Harold | Cherise Gutierrez | Ted Gutierrez | www.SecurityGuyRadio.com
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