Issue 3 KOMMANDO magazine now out!

Posted on 31/01/2009 by Strikehold http://www.k-isom.com/1.html This entry was posted in KOMMANDO-International Special Operations Magazine, Publications and Book Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. ← Anti-piracy task force hits choppy waters Tamil Tiger submarine force? → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * […]

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Granite Gear and Crye Precision updates

Posted on 30/01/2009 by Strike-Hold Further to a couple of earlier news items about developments seen at the SHOT Show 2009…Granite GearAlso on display at their booth was a range of stuff sacks in various sizes, printed in genuine licensed MultiCam pattern.Also on display was their innovative new IMAG Interlocking Magazine Pouch system.  The pouches feature PALS/MOLLE […]

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Mr. Hyde – revealed…

Posted on January 28, 2009 by Strikehold 28th January 2009 – latest news from Dominic Hyde of Hyde Definition: A momentous day for Hyde Definition – first order despatched today. “Because our garments are made in the UK, we are receiving our stock on a daily basis, as it is completed. As soon as we […]

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TSI Armories Galil, part 2: magazines…

Posted on 18/01/2009 by Strike-Hold You may remember from my original review of the airsoft replica Galil SAR from TSI Armories that they cancelled their plans to produce replicas of the synthetic material 35-round style Galil magazines.  Instead, they plowed their investment capital into their upcoming Tavor TAR-21 project (more about that later). So, what to […]

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SHOT Show Day 2: Ops-Core FAST helmet

Posted on 18/01/2009 by Strike-Hold Ops-Core showed variants of the Future Assault Shell Technology (FAST) bump and ballistic shelled helmets developed to support a recent military solicitation. The FAST helmets use a special variant of the Accessory Rail Connector (ARC) that follows the contour of the ear cut. Additionally, these helmets were dipped in Multicam […]

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US Spec Ops forces get “Hummingbird” UAV

Posted on 06/12/2008 by Strike-Hold The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is in the process of deploying its first Boeing A160T Hummingbird unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The new UAV, developed by Boeing in conjunction with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) looks like a traditional helicopter but it goes higher, stays airborne longer, […]

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“Normalizing Unconventional Warfare”

Posted on 06/12/2008 by Strike-Hold This is a good, thought-provoking piece I found a couple of days ago on the International Relations and Security Network website run by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.  I liked it because the report the author is reviewing echoes my own views and thinking – in fact, I […]

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