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Throwback Thursday: Dumpster Dive

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Tough Coat™ is an industrial spray coating that protects your investment by creating the ultimate barrier between your valuable equipment and mother nature’s toughest elements such as torrential rains, high humidity, and unpredictable temperature changes.

With unmatched quality our work speaks for itself. We have completed many projects for industrial, commercial, and residential markets, the US military, Law Enforcement and local municipalities. 

We welcome the opportunity to service all your blasting and painting needs to ensure 100% compliance at all levels.

If you would like more information feel free to give us a call: 732-886-2223

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Throwback Thursday: MILSPRAY™ Team Members Featured In “Tunnel Rats Tour” Article

Brian Matz

Brian Matz has five years of experience working with MILSPRAY™. He has worked on several Mobile Corrosion Repair Facility sites for the United States Marine Corps Forces Reserve (US MARFORRES), I Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF), and III MEF. His most recent projects include, servicing and assessing equipment for the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Europe (MARFOREUR), and launching the Logistical Vehicle System Replacement (LVSR) Project in Camp Pendleton and Okinawa.

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Marvin Villaflores is a new addition to MILSPRAY™ he is currently part of the Mobile Corrosion Repair Facility team in Okinawa, Japan. His current background consist of eight years of military service with the United States Marine Corps and is very knowledgeable in logistics and transportation.


Brian and Marvin were both featured in a “Tunnel Rats Tour” article in Defense Video &  Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS).

To read the complete article: Click Here

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Throwback Thursday – 1968 Bell Huey Model UHID Helicopter

Back in 2011, we had donated MILSPRAY™ paint to the Marsch Kellogg Post 139 for a restoration project on a 1968 Bell Huey Model UHID helicopter. In the photos above you can see our paint is still holding strong. 

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Throwback Thursday: Vehicle Wash Down For Exercise Javelin Thrust in Hawthorne, NV

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It’s Throwback Thursday and did you know that in July of 2011, MILSPRAY assisted the US Marine Corps with a vehicle wash down, powered by our Scorpion Energy Hunter™ for Exercise Javelin Thrust in Hawthorne, NV?

MILSPRAY’s Vehicle Wash Systems are: Simple, Intuitive, and Robust.

These systems help to eliminate the time, expense, construction and environmental concerns involved in the traditional wash rack process.

To learn more please: Click Here

MILSPRAY’s Scorpion Energy Hunter™ is a deployable system with an Intelligent Power Center™ that has the capability to harvest solar power. 

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Throwback Thursday: Vehicle Wash Down in Senegal

It’s Throwback Thursday and did you know that in July of 2012, MILSPRAY assisted the US Marine Corps with a vehicle wash down in Senegal?

MILSPRAY’s Vehicle Wash Systems are: Simple, Intuitive, and Robust.

These systems help to eliminate the time, expense, construction and environmental concerns involved in the traditional wash rack process.

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Throwback Thursday: Photo Recap – Sea Air Space Maritime Expo

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Did you know earlier this week on April 13-15, 2015 MILSPRAY’s VP of Business Development & Sales, Peder Cox and Director of Navy Programs, Kanti Pandya attended the Sea Air Space Maritime Expo in National Harbor, MD?

Want to find out more about Trade Shows and Events MILSPRAY team members will be attending? Click Here

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Throwback Thursday: History of the Rank of Chief Petty Officer

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Infographic Courtesy of: Navy Live (The Official Blog of the United States Navy)

It’s Throwback Thursday – Did you know on April 1, 1893 Navy General Order 409 had established the rank of Chief Petty Officer?

Read more about how the rank was created by visiting: Navy Live – Official Blog of the United States Navy: Click Here

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