Author Archive for: ‘T. Nixon’

Protect The Force Inc. Enters into Agreement with Emergstat Technologies LLC to Promote Wound Treatment Technology

VANCOUVER, B.C. – May 7, 2013 – Protect The Force Inc (“PTF”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Mission Ready Services Inc. (“MRSI”), has entered into a consulting agreement with research and development company, EmergStat Technologies LLC (“EmergStat”). In return for an equity position in EmergStat, PTF will introduce and advance their wound management technologies to military and first responders worldwide. …

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Cleaning & Repair of SPEAR Equipment – A potential US Government Savings of $3.7M in 2013

A New US Defense Strategy is emerging. Four prominent defense think tanks agree that future defense strategy must be in line with shrinking resources. DoD can’t do more with less. The US must defend itself more efficiently and our allies must do more for themselves. Likely future DoD reductions: European bases, F-22, F-35, healthcare, lead system integrators, contractor labor, nuclear …

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The Suburban Times Article

Lakewood: 10-20 Services opens military gear restoration facility Posted on September 19, 2012 LAKEWOOD, Wash. — 10-20 Services Inc., a company that provides professional tactical cleaning and repair services, recently opened its flagship franchise in Lakewood, Wash. The business cleans and restores personal protective equipment for military personnel as well as first responders and other technical professionals. The parent company of 10-20 Services, Mission …

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Lakewood Patch Article

10-20 Services Inc., Opens First Shop in Lakewood The business cleans and restores personal protective equipment for military personnel as well as first responders and other technical professionals. It chose Lakewood because of its proximity to Joint Base Lewis-McChord. 10-20 Services Inc., a company that provides professional tactical cleaning and repair services, recently opened its flagship franchise in Lakewood. The …

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10-20 Services - Restore, Don't Replace