U.S. Army Special Forces Unit uses Paradigm Stealth Sensor

U.S. Army officers recognize the need for state-of-the-art detection technologies.

Aug 1st, 2008

U.S. Army officers recognize the need for state-of-the-art detection technologies. They found their portable sensor solution at Paradigm Tactical Products Inc., a provider of hand-worn detection technology and homeland security solutions to the military, law enforcement, and security industry, located in Georgetown, Mass.

Paradigm Tactical Products won from the U.S. Army its first significant order for the Stealth Sensor. The Stealth Sensor, the latest in the company’s metal-detection product line, replaces the older FriskerPRO hand-worn detector.

“The sale to the U.S. Army 5th Special Forces Unit is affirmation of our decision to enhance the aging FriskerPRO,” says Vincent Cammarata, CEO of Paradigm Tactical Products. “The engineering behind the Stealth Sensor is state-of-the-art, utilizing Bluetooth synchronization to both single and multiple remote receivers, overcoming a critical shortcoming of the FriskerPRO.”

For more information, visit Paradigm Tactical Products online at www.paradigmtactical.com.

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