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Additional order for wireless electric stun system for simulation training

Virtra Systems : 27 August, 2009  (Application Story)
Lockheed Martin places follow on order for USB pluggable wireless transmitter for using Threat-Fire belts to provide added realism to training
Bob Ferris, VirTra Systems' CEO and President has announced that Lockheed Martin has submitted a second purchase order for a customized version of the Threat-Fire wireless communication station. This particular station plugs into a USB computer port and permits two-way wireless communication with the Threat-Fire belt.

VirTra's patent-pending Threat-Fire device safely simulates return fire with a 300 millisecond electric stun (adjustable to 2.5 seconds). The device is easily rechargeable and adds an unparalleled level of simulation. VirTra ardently contends that adding a Threat-Fire belt to a simulator provides more realistic and thorough training, allowing the trainee to experience stress and apprehension on par with that of actual combat situations.

"I'm energized by Lockheed's second order and the opportunity to perform custom engineering work to fit some of their unique requirements. I feel this is another indication that Lockheed is impressed with VirTra's simulation products and I am confident that we will receive additional orders," said Bob Ferris, CEO and President of VirTra Systems.
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