U.S. Army in Iraq to use Law Enforcement Assoc.'s under-vehicle inspection systems

LAS VEGAS, 4 Oct. 2007. Law Enforcement Associates Corp. (LEA), a U.S. developer and manufacturer of undercover surveillance equipment, has received an order for eight of its Smith & Wesson-branded UVIS Swifts, which will be used by the U.S. Army in Iraq. The Swift is a portable under-vehicle inspection system that captures high-resolution video images of a car's undercarriage. The units bound for Iraq will be used in explosives detection operations at military checkpoints.

LAS VEGAS, 4 Oct. 2007. Law Enforcement Associates Corp. (LEA), a U.S. developer and manufacturer of undercover surveillance equipment, has received an order for eight of its Smith & Wesson-branded UVIS Swifts, which will be used by the U.S. Army in Iraq. The Swift is a portable under-vehicle inspection system that captures high-resolution video images of a car's undercarriage. The units bound for Iraq will be used in explosives detection operations at military checkpoints.

"It is gratifying to know that our surveillance equipment is being used to enhance security for both military and civilian personnel in one of the world's most dangerous settings," says Paul Feldman, president of LEA. "We have been demonstrating the Swift and our newly launched Graffiti Cam at the ASIS International security conference this week, and are very encouraged by the response we are receiving."

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