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Tidbit Thursday: Lasers

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Did you know the word ‘Laser’ stands for ‘Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation’

Theodore Maiman developed the first working laser at Hughes Research Lab in 1960, and his paper describing the operation of the first laser was published in Nature three months later. Since then, more than 55,000 patents involving the laser have been granted in the United States. Today’s laser and all of its applications are the result of not one individual’s efforts, but the work of a number of prestigious scientists and engineers who were leaders in optics and photonics over the course of history.

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#TidbitThursday – Did you know?

It is #TidbitThursday! Did you know?…

Did you Know?

Every day more money is printed for Monopoly than the US Treasury.

Although this Monopoly money theory was initially thought to be a rumor, it is actually true!

Parker Brothers, the creators of Monopoly, report that it prints around $30 billion each year. On the other hand, the U.S. government prints about $974 million annually, according to estimates published on CNBC’s website.


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#TidbitThursday: Stand Tall

Stand Tall

It’s #TidbitThursday, did you know that we are taller in the morning than in the evening? This happens because the cartilage in our knees and other areas of our body slowly compress throughout the day with regular activities.

Do not panic! When you go to sleep and rest at night, the cartilage returns to its normal state. On average, we are about 1cm taller in the morning than in the evening.

What are your thoughts? Feel free to share your comments with us.

See you next week !


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Tidbit Thursday! – Make Cork Work!

Beautiful Cork Board

Make Cork Work!

This #TidbitThursday! Make Cork Work! This beautiful Cork Board is sure to catch the attention of onlookers and is perfect for your Office, Kitchen, Study, etc.

Make Cork Work for you! View the complete tutorial: Here 


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Tidbit Thursday!: MILSPRAY’s eXV-1™ Stealth Utility Vehicle

This week check out MILSPRAY’s ultralight, all terrain, ballistically protected, electric-hybrid stealth utility vehicle, the eXV-1™.

MILSPRAY’s eXV-1™ combines mobility, protection, detection and avoidance into a highly capable, highly transportable utility package. Designed to traverse complex terrain, the selectable 2WD/4WD differential lock and high/low transfer case provides the capability to get you where you need to go.

Quick Highlights:

  • Total Range 300 Miles
  • Silent Electric Drivetrain
  • High-Performance Li-Polymer Batteries
  • On-Board Range-Extending Recharger
  • Infrared Lights
  • Swing Arm Universal Weapons Mount
  • Overhead Weapons Mount
  • Ballistic Protection
  • Undercarriage Blast Mitigation
  • Exterior Protected by Tough Coat™

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Tidbit Thursday! : USMC Vehicle & Equipment Wash Down in Dakar, Senegal

This week, take a blast to the past with MILSPRAY™ as we share wash down photos of United States Marine Corps. (USMC) Vehicles and Equipment using our Vehicle Wash System (VWS) in Dakar, Senegal.

Before returning to the United States, all military vehicles and equipment must pass an Agricultural and Customs inspection which ensures that there are no foreign insects, seeds, dirt etc. that could be transported into the country.

Whether the requirement is to pass Agricultural and Customs inspections prior to leaving theater or simply to provide fresh water rinse downs upon return to the U.S., MILSPRAY’s Vehicle Wash System effectively supports mission requirements. And it does so at a fraction of the cost and with maximum Return on Investment (ROI).

The Wash System will effectively remove all dirt, sand, and other surface contaminants from tracked and wheeled vehicles, while reclaiming and recycling wash water.

The concept behind MILSPRAY’s Vehicle Wash Systems is simple – eliminate the time, expense, construction and environmental concerns involved in the traditional wash rack acquisition process.

All of our Vehicle Wash Systems reclaim, recycle, and then re-use wash water. All system components are located above ground and can be easily operated and maintained.

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Tidbit Thursday: Photo Recap of Warrior Expo East 2016

Last week, MILSPRAY™ exhibited at the 2016 Warrior Expo East which took place at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, VA. Here are a few pictures from the event.


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Tidbit Thursday: US Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport, RI OK-410 Winch System Assemblies: Phase 2

This week, MILSPRAY™ highlights the masking stages of restoring an OK-410 Winch System. Over the next few weeks we will be guiding you through the beginning and final stages of our Corrosion Prevention, Control and Repair (CPAC/R) services needed to restore the quality and extend the life of the Winch.

Be sure to check back next week to view the next stage.

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Feature Friday: Rand Drozdowicz Appointed Saftey and Security Manager

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Rand Drozdowicz, MILSPRAY™ Safety and Security Manager

As a great corporate steward, MILSPRAY™ is committed to performance and manufacturing excellence with a proactive and preventative strategy to execute on this commitment. This commitment delivers superior products, systems, and services to our customers in a manner that protect employees, saves lives, increases efficiencies, reduces costs and minimizes environmental impacts.

“The safety and security of every employee is paramount to our success as a business and is a strategic imperative for our organization. To drive improvement in these areas, we emphasize leadership engagement and accountability as well as employee engagement, driven through a variety of comprehensive safety programs, training curriculum and initiatives”, said Brian Feser, Chief Executive Officer and President of MILSPRAY™.

In support of this commitment, Rand Drozdowicz will transition to the full-time role of Safety and Security Manager for MILSPRAY™ effective immediately reporting to Brian Feser.

Rand has more than 8 years of experience in various positions from manufacturing, safety and business development within the company. In his previous position as a Special Project Manager, he was instrumental in providing logistical support to the US Marine Forces Reserve (MARFORRES) for the maintenance of the MILSPRAY™ Above Ground and Expeditionary Vehicle Wash Systems located nationally and internationally.

He has traveled extensively throughout the world deploying our Scorpion Energy Hunter™ and the Vehicle Wash Systems in support of the US Marine Corps (USMC) African Lion in Agadir, Morocco; Dakar, Senegal; and Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Additionally, he was part of the team that traveled to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam to set-up the first Vehicle Wash System purchased by the US Air Force.

In 2013, he was awarded a patent (#8,496,015) for the co-invention of the company’s first Expeditionary Vehicle Wash System (EVWS) designed and manufactured in 2008. Rand holds numerous certificates from the Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA), the Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) and the National Asbestos & Environmental Training Institute (NAETI)/Environment Protection Agency (EPA) as a Model Lead Paint Supervisor/Contractor of Housing and Public Buildings to mention a few.

“Our commitment to the environment, safety and health of our employees and customers is vital to improving operational performance and enhancing reputational value for our employees, customers, partners and community stakeholders”, added Feser.

As Safety and Security Manager, Rand Drozdowicz will continue his efforts in leading key initiatives to improve our safety and security performance as outlined by federal and state laws and regulations. Rand has executed an integrated approach to workplace safety and security that encompasses education, management accountability and employee engagement.

“At MILSPRAY™, our employees are our greatest asset,” said Brian Feser. “A safe work environment, be it in the office, on a deployed site, lab or production area, benefits the employee and enables us to provide greater productivity to our customers.”

 


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MILSPRAY™ Welcomes Mike Lepore – Appointed to Position of Senior Director of Finance

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Mike Lepore, Senior Director of Finance

MILSPRAY Military Technologies™ (Lakewood, NJ, http://www.milspray.com) announced that Mike Lepore has been named Senior Director of Finance. Lepore will replace Liz Shivers, who was appointed to Chief Operating Officer. In his new role, Lepore will lead the company’s accounting, financial planning and analysis, government accounting and compliance.

Lepore has twenty-five years of leadership experience in auditing, accounting, and compliance within both government and private industries. Prior to joining MILSPRAY™, he spent the last seven years at a mid-sized government defense contractor holding various financial and compliance positions of increasing responsibility. He successfully led the company through numerous financial and governmental audits, including major business systems. His efforts helped the company achieve and maintain an approved accounting system.

Lepore received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ, and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is an active member in both the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) and the American Institute of CPAs.

“We are excited to have Mike join the team,” said Brian Feser, President and Chief Executive Officer. “He is a strong leader who has keen finance skills as well as a deep knowledge of government contracting.”