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Self-Defense Armory - Military and Protective Eyewear


Military, Law Enforcement, Athletic,
Riding Goggles, Sunglasses and Prescriptions

Mailing and Shipping Address:
475 College Blvd, Bldg 6 - No. 246 
Oceanside, CA 92057

email: sales@selfdefensearmory.com

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Recent Photos of U.S. Military Operations


U.S. Army
Army
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Kristina Columbus and her military working dog Anna search a garage suspected of being used to make vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices, June 5, 2007, in Mosul, Iraq. Columbus is assigned to the 25th Infantry Division. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Quinton Russ

U.S. Army
Navy
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Jeremy Behrens, from Alpha Company, 13th Psychological Operations Battalion, provides security from the turret of a Humvee in the village of Kapisa, Afghanistan, May 15, 2007. U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Dilia DeGrego
 
U.S. Navy
Navy Canine Training
U.S. Air Force



Navy

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jeremy Aldrich, assigned to Naval Security Force, K-9 Unit, and his military working dog Tyson a four-year-old Blue Belgium Malanois, take a little break for some fun at the obstacle course on base, May 7, 2007. Aldrich has worked with Tyson for 18 months in support of the mission to provide security to the base and the Mina Salman pier. U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Jennifer A. Villalovos Airmen jump from a C-130 Hercules June 2 during an airdrop in support of Operation Hydra, a weeklong exercise. The exercise was held to test the 615th Contingency Response Wing's ability to conduct expeditionary mobility operations at three locations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Sarayuth Pinthong)


The Army's Navy

U.S. Army Logistics Support Vessel (LSV)
Diesel Powered
Speed Approx 12 Knots
Range 6000 to 10000 miles

US Army LSV
Army Ops

US Army Transportation Support Vessel (TSV-1X)
Diesel Powered Jet-Drive Catamaran
Estimated Speed Approx 45 Knots
Global Capability
Army TSV1

US Army TXV-1X


U.S. Army LCU - 2000 Class
Speed Approx 10 Knots
Range 6000+

US Army LCU2000 Class


U.S. Army LCU - 1600 Class
Speed Approx 10 knots
Range Approx 1200 miles

Army LCU - 1600 Class


U.S. Army LCM 8, Landing Craft
US Army LCM 8 Class








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