Archive for the 'Surveillance Equipment' Category

How Can I Become a Navy SEAL?

Posted by digital on December 15th, 2012

Outlook The U.S. Navy SEALs, founded in 1962, is an elite combat unit of the Special Operations Command. SEAL is an acronym for “Sea, Air, and Land” teams. They perform special operations around the world. Typically, they work in small teams with less than twenty individuals. They perform covert operations like extractions, counterintelligence, reconnaissance, demolition, [...]

Three Kinds of Law Enforcement Gear Used by Regular Citizens

Posted by digital on November 14th, 2012

One thing that allows our society to function is law enforcement. It is law enforcement that protects people from the malicious and dangerous actions of others. There are many tools that allow police officers, SWAT teams and FBI agents to do their jobs. What you may not know is you too can purchase some of [...]

Using Night Vision Equipment at Home

Posted by digital on October 15th, 2012

The need to see into the darkness prompted research into developing electronic night vision devices. The US Armed Forces are the leaders in the use of the technology. Night vision optics are designed to allow combat and reconnaissance to occur at night. Military operations at night used to be very limited or held off until [...]

Surveillance Equipment In Today’s World

Posted by digital on October 7th, 2012

One of the most amazing technologies that continue to make strides forward in the military today is surveillance. Surveillance and surveillance equipment has made constant strides forward since the 1950’s and 1960’s. In the last couple of decades have been some of the most significant changes. From the year 1990 to present day there have [...]

Five Myths About Surveillance Equipment

Posted by Michael Ruiz on September 9th, 2011

You need to use your surveillance equipment properly if you want to be safe. Part of the process of doing this involves figuring out what is true when it comes to this military equipment and what is false. There are a lot of rumors floating around out there, some of which you have probably heard. [...]

Surveillance Equipment and Your Babysitter’s Behavior

Posted by Michael Ruiz on August 30th, 2011

It simply isn’t possible to watch over your children twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The fact of the matter is, parents need time away from their children in order to keep themselves stable. It’s not because they don’t love their children, but because they need to do things on their own in order to maintain a sense of identity, and to keep their love life intact.