In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Lakewood-based military defense firm MILSPRAY made a name for itself by providing touch-up paint, specialty coatings, and mobile corrosion prevention for military vehicles and equipment.
Thirteen years later, the company is garnering new recognition for its innovation in a different but related field – ballistic-resistant systems that help safeguard police officers and law-enforcement vehicles.
Offering specially-engineered products since 2001 that are designed to keep military personnel safe and reduce their exposure in the field – including such items as deployable solar energy systems that provide meaningful power to service members and save lives by reducing the number of fuel convoys traveling supply routes in war zones – “MILSPRAY‘s new Ballistic Resistant System™ (BRS™) represents the re-purposing of our knowledge and technology for new commercial applications,” said Matthew Johnston, the company’s director of research and development.
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