Modular Concepts, Inc. Provides Modular Dormitories During Recovery Effort at Tyndall Air Force Base

A room with two twin beds and built-in furniture.

Modular Dormitory – Double Occupancy Room

A room with one queen beed, built-in furniture, and a television.

Modular Dormitory – Single Occupancy Room

Modular Buildings next to a parking lot.

Modular Dormitories – Exterior View

Modular Dormitory Buildings become ideal temporary housing solution while reconstruction of Tyndall Air Force Base takes place.

We are honored to be part of the recovery effort at Tyndall Air Force Base.”

— Frank Sáenz, President, Modular Concepts, Inc.

FORT WORTH, TX, US, January 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Modular Concepts, Inc. recently secured an 8(a) sole-sourced contract to deliver, install and lease 31,384 square feet of Modular Dormitories, Sleeping Quarters and Administrative Building at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.

The single-story modular facilities will provide temporary housing as part of the recovery effort from the destruction caused by Hurricane Michael in October 2018. The facilities will help restore normalcy to those affected by the storm and aid in their mission of reconstructing the base.

“We are honored to be part of the recovery effort at Tyndall Air Force Base,” said Frank Sáenz, President of Modular Concepts, Inc. “Using modular buildings for the base recovery will provide our customer with cost-efficiency, flexibility, and a prompt occupancy solution.”

The 18,792 square foot Modular Dormitories include five buildings with 16 rooms in each, totaling 80 rooms. Each room includes either one queen bed or two twin beds with built-in furniture, a television, and a bathroom per unit.

The 8,880 square foot Sleeping Quarters include 12 buildings with five rooms in each, totaling 60 rooms. Each room includes one queen bed with built-in furniture, a television, and a bathroom per unit.

The 3,712 square foot Administrative Building includes a reception area, offices, meeting rooms and a laundry facility with commercial washers and dryers.

The modular buildings will begin to arrive at Tyndall Air Force Base mid-January of 2019, with an expected completion date of mid-February 2019.

About Modular Concepts, Inc.
Modular Concepts, Inc. is an SBA 8(a) Certified Minority-Owned General Contractor headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. MCI specializes in turnkey construction of Modular Buildings, Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings, and Pre-Fabricated Buildings. Services include Design-Build, Engineering, Site Development, Data Communications, Fire and Safety, Anti-Terrorism Force Protections, Furniture and Equipment, Lease and Purchase Options. MCI can also fulfill AT/FP Building Upgrades, Remodeling and Renovations projects for Commercial, Education, Healthcare, and Government industries. To learn more, please visit www.modularci.com.

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18th Space Control Squadron, US Air Force confirmed to present at Military Space Situational Awareness Conference 2019

SMi's 14th Annual Military Space Situational Awareness Conference 2019

SMi’s 14th Annual Military Space Situational Awareness Conference 2019

Key insights from the US Air Force on Space Situational Awareness in the upcoming Military Space Situational Awareness conference in London this April.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Space is becoming more congested, competitive and contested with thousands of small LEO satellites set to be put into orbit over the next decade. These assets offer the opportunity to provide un-dreamt of levels of connectivity – but have also cluttered space and debris is now posing a radical risk to other space assets.

With these important issues in mind, SMi are set to host the 14th annual Military Space Situational Awareness forum to bring together key stakeholders across the military, government and industry sectors to discuss approaches and strategies for providing a holistic approach to Space Situational Awareness (SSA).

SMi Group are delighted to announce that Ms Diana McKissock, SSA Sharing and Spaceflight Safety Lead, 18th Space Control Squadron, US Air Force will be giving a presentation on day-two of the conference, taking place in London, on the 1st and 2nd April 2019.

Ms Diana McKissock will be giving a presentation about ‘International Collaboration and Data Sharing as a Means to Enhance SST and SSA’. Her briefing will cover the following:

• How 18 SPCS is working with international partners to advance combined space operations
• How 18 SPCS is working with partners to support pre-launch risk assessment, manoeuvre planning and decommissioning activities
• How collaboration can help us overcome the challenges of operating in a congested domain
• Processing, exploitation and dissemination of data – how to integrate non-traditional information sets

For more information visit the website for the full two-day agenda, speaker line-up and other downloadable content at: http://www.military-space.com/einpress

The sell-out event last year attracted an elite audience of commercial, military and research experts from: UK, US, France, Germany, South America, Austria, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, Japan, Poland, Australia and more.
Delegates will be able to explore key situational awareness challenges in an increasingly, congested and competitive space.

Register by the 31st January to receive £200 on your booking at: http://www.military-space.com/einpress
Military Space Situational Awareness

Conference: 1st and 2nd April 2019
Two post-conference workshops: 3rd April 2019
London, United Kingdom

Gold Sponsor: ExoAnalytics Solutions
Sponsors and Exhibitors: L3 Applied Defense Solutions and Rajant Corporation

For exhibition and sponsorship enquiries, contact Sadia Malick on smalick@smi-online.co.uk
For delegate enquiries, contact Shannon Cargan on scargan@smi-online.co.uk

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First-in-class antibiotic is safe in rats

PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, January 17, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A scientific paper published in the journal, Scientific Reports, has shown Ramizol® a first-in-class stilbene-based investigational antibiotic for the treatment of CDI is safe in rats. The objective of the study was to evaluate the potential general toxicity in male and female rats that may arise from repeated exposure of Ramizol® for 14 days at doses of 50 mg/kg, 500 mg/kg and 1500 mg/kg administered orally.

The research, which was undertaken jointly by Boulos & Cooper Pharmaceuticals, US-based Product Safety Labs and ToxStrategies Inc., and Flinders University, has shown no mortalities in this study and no-Ramizol®-related clinical observations or side-effects. Additionally, there were no changes in mean body weight, body weight gain, food consumption or food efficiency in male and female rats attributed to the intake of the drug.

Chief Executive Officer of Boulos & Cooper Pharmaceuticals, Dr Ramiz Boulos, said "We are extremely pleased with these results for two reason. Firstly, we were able to dose rats at a very high dose, equivalent to 150 mg/mL. This level of solubility provides Ramizol® with an edge over its competition where solubility does not limit the need to administer high doses to target drug resistant bacteria. Secondly, the high level of tolerance of Ramizol® in rats has de-risked the development of this asset significantly for our first-in-man clinical trials and has given us the confidence to pursue its development”.

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Steven R. Pietro uncovers troubling societal challenges faced by U.S. veterans

Steven R. Pietro

With veteran unemployment and homelessness an ongoing problem in the U.S., military food supplies business owner Steven R. Pietro is committed to change.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, January 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — An ardent and long-standing supporter of America's armed forces and, in particular, its struggling veterans, Justice Government Supply, Inc. owner and founder Steven R. Pietro is looking to assist those in need from his current base in Florida. A Native American service-disabled veteran owned business, Justice Government Supply, Inc. is proud to serve the women and men of the U.S. armed forces stationed globally with a complete catalog of the finest roasts, steaks, select butcher chops, and more.

"Readapting to civilian life following military service can be incredibly difficult for many veterans," explains Pietro, who is actively seeking out those who may be in need of support having encountered troubling societal difficulties following military service.

Pietro plans to offer support chiefly through assisting in the sourcing of safe, clean accommodation and by helping to place struggling veterans in secure, much-needed jobs via which they are then able to support themselves and their families. "Reliable, well-paid work has been shown time and time again to furnish struggling veterans with a new purpose and meaning in life following active duty, and often filling a void which all too often comes to light once back in civilian surroundings which can be difficult to readjust to," he adds.

Many civilian jobs, he goes on to explain, also often fail to deliver anything close to the fulfillment and purpose afforded by former military roles. "Veterans who have enjoyed a distinguished career of military service and have completed multiple tours of duty can find it extremely tough to unlock a true sense of purpose in civilian life after having spent many, many years forming almost incomparable bonds with their fellow servicemen and servicewomen," says Pietro.

Accordingly, many veterans go on to struggle with mental health problems, post-traumatic stress disorder, and addiction to drugs and alcohol. A fight against addiction, a struggle to find work, to find suitable housing, or to assimilate back into regular family life are, Pietro says, among four of the most significant societal challenges currently facing veterans today.

"As such, it's important that we, as a community, are committed to supporting our incredible veterans," the Justice Government Supply, Inc. founder adds, "and, in particular, look to support the necessary roles and careers which are best able to afford the satisfaction, purpose, and all-round fulfillment which they encountered during their former military roles."

He continues, "By supporting veterans in securing a new trade which allows them to afford safe, comfortable housing, we're putting these wonderful men and women on the best possible path toward learning new skills, and, at the same time, toward securing a place to call home while they begin on a new path in life."

"Furthermore," Steven R. Pietro adds, wrapping up, "it's important that we seek to help build crucial bonds of brotherhood and friendship which are vital in easing or preventing many of the societal challenges faced by veterans, and something which many find themselves in great need of following their final tours of duty."

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BAE Systems sign up for Air Mission Planning and Support Conference as Gold Sponsors

Air Mission Planning and Support 2019

Air Mission Planning and Support 2019

SMi Reports: Industry leader BAE Systems announced as Gold Sponsors of SMi’s 10th annual Air Mission Planning and Support Conference, alongside Leonardo.

LONDON, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi are delighted to welcome aboard their latest Gold Sponsor for this year's 10th Annual Air Mission Planning and Support Conference as BAE Systems, taking place in London, UK on the 9th and 10th April.

BAE Systems, who are returning sponsors from last year's successful event and are joining Leonardo in the Gold Sponsor line-up, help their customers stay a step ahead when protecting people and national security, critical infrastructure and vital information.

BAE Systems also created Sceptre, an Advanced Mission Planning System with a combined Mission Planning & Debriefing system, acting as a vital aid to improved command and control, influence and success in the battlefield.

This year’s two-day conference is set to explore emerging aircraft technologies, strategies and future platforms to take Air Mission Planning into the next generation, providing agile end-to-end mission support.

Delegates will hear from an international expert speaker line-up as the two-day meeting will host key decision-makers from the UK, USA, Canada, Air Force Materiel Command, NATO, France, MCCE, Greece, and more. Attendees will receive comprehensive coverage of mission planning in C2 systems, and in fixed and rotary wing, as well as 5th generation fighters, data management, and cyber security.

Featured 2019 Conference Expert Speakers:

• Group Captain Richard Yates, COS Air Battle Staff, Royal Air Force
• Captain Craig Dorrans, Enterprise Planning Director, Joint Strike Fighter Program Office, US Navy
• Colonel Mark G. Roberts, 22 Wing Commander, Canadian Forces Base North Bay, Royal Canadian Air Force
• Colonel (ret’d) George Riebling, Deputy General Manager, NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA)
• Colonel Etienne Faury, Chief of Planning Office, French Air Force
• And many more

As the military’s dependence on air power increases, commanders and procurers of air assets must continue to seek means of enhancing the combat effectiveness of their platforms via effective mission planning and real time support.

The event brochure, past attendees list, and more exclusive content is available to download on the website. To register and view the latest brochure, please visit http://www.airmissionplanning.co.uk/einpr

Book before 31st January to save £200.

Air Mission Planning and Support
9th – 10th April 2019
St James' Court, Buckingham Gate, London, UK

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New Orleans Drummer Seeking Crowdfunding Support in Puerto Rico

The result was the development of the GI S14-10L, a superior drum hoop that enhances the sound of the shell & rim shots, will never rust and looks amazing.

As a mechanical engineer I have dedicated my life to designing the highest quality mechanical components and that is what I decided to do with the drum hoop and the drum tuning key”

— Gabriel Martinez

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO , USA , January 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO JANUARY 15TH, 2018
Today, PERCUSSION ORDNANCE, launched a Kickstarter campaign for a military-grade drum hoop,
the GI-14S-10L featuring proprietary features that make it a superior product.
The drum hoops are now available for the early bird price of $279 (retail price $349).
The GI-14S-10L has been designed with premium quality in mind.
Thanks to the 6061 T6 Aluminum and precise tolerances, the GI-14S-10L sounds, tunes, and looks great.
“As a mechanical engineer I have dedicated my life to designing the highest quality mechanical components and that is what I decided to do with the drum hoop and the drum tuning key,” said founder Gabriel Martinez.
The result was the development of the GI S14-10L, a superior drum hoop that enhances the sound of the shell & rim shots, will never rust and looks amazing. Additionally the DTK SS drum tuning key utilizes 17-4 stainless and an ergonomic design that will last forever.
Lifetime Warranty on all components.
I look forward to your support on Kickstarter.
Thank you,
Gabriel Martinez
Owner, Mechanical Engineer

www.percussionordnance.com
For more information and interviews please call Gabriel direct at: 504-905-2849

About Percussion Ordnance:
Founded in 2018 by Gabriel Martinez, a mechanical engineer with a degree from LSU. In his senior year of college he had to sell his entire drum set in order to pay for college. Recently while living in Puerto Rico, Martinez decided to start Percussion Ordnance and design drum hardware for the entire industry.

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CCHR Hosts Seminar on Veteran’s Mental Health Rights, Suicides and Solutions

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health.

The Hidden Enemy: Inside Psychiatry's Covert Agenda

The Hidden Enemy: Inside Psychiatry’s Covert Agenda

According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans account for 18% of all suicides in the United States, with 20 veterans each day committing suicide.

Veterans need to know their rights and should be given alternative solutions to dangerous psychiatric drugs.”

— Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FL, USA, January 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) of Florida, a non-profit mental health watchdog that exposes psychiatric abuses and is dedicated to the restoration of rights and dignity in the mental health industry, is hosting a seminar next month on the mental health rights accorded to veterans at their center located in downtown Clearwater. Led by a decorated veteran, the seminar will cover PTSD, depression and suicide in addition to alternative solutions to traditional treatment.

The most recent report from the Department of Veterans Affairs revealed that veterans account for 18% of all suicides in the United States, with 20 veterans committing suicide every day. Additionally, over the last 10 years, the U.S. government has spent more than $4.5 billion dollars solely on medicating soldiers and veterans despite the fact that there are 27 international drug-regulatory agency warnings stating that psychiatric drugs cause a myriad of alarming behavioral side effects including suicidal thoughts. [1][2]

Moreover, 1 in 6 American service members takes at least one psychiatric drug, while many veterans are prescribed dangerous combinations of up to 28 different psychiatric medications — culminating in addiction — such as one Navy veteran woman who committed suicide as a direct result. [3]

“Our veterans deserve to be properly informed about the documented risks of the drugs they are so freely prescribed,” said Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida. “Veterans should be given alternative solutions to dangerous psychiatric drugs.”

These alarming statistics prompted the Florida chapter of CCHR to host a seminar on this issue as well as veteran’s rights. In addition to hearing from a veteran how PTSD affected him and his family, those in attendance will be shown excerpts from the award winning documentary “The Hidden Enemy.” The complimentary seminar is open to the general public. For more information or to reserve a seat please call 727-442-8820.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit www.cchrflorida.org

Sources:
[1] https://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/2016/07/07/new-va-study-finds-20-veterans-commit-suicide-each-day/
[2] https://www.cchrint.org/issues/the-hidden-enemy/
[3] https://www.cchrint.org/2013/07/03/navy-veteran-kelli-grese-a-victim-of-deadly-military-drugging/
[4] https://www.cchrint.org/issues/the-hidden-enemy/veteransandmilitarydeservesupportnotdrugs/

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Milestone to ‘present arms’ and important militaria in premier January 19 auction

One of 11 lots from Civil War archive of James Bolestridge of 23rd Regiment Pa. Volunteers and Birney’s Zouaves, shown in this ferrotype estimated at $4,000-$5,000. Archive includes letters with first-person accounting of Battle of Gettysburg.

Winchester 1873 (patent) .44 caliber saddle ring carbine rifle shipped from warehouse in 1889, traveling salesman’s sample. Estimate: $15,000-$20,000

Smith & Wesson Model 320 revolving rifle shipped from factory in 1894, with case and box of scarce S&W .320 cartridges. Estimate: $8,000-$12,000

Featured: Civil War archives containing Pa. soldier’s diaries, tintype, Gettysburg correspondence + POW collection of officers’ CDVs, bone carvings

We're a boutique auction house and selective about what we sell. We strive to keep the number of auction items manageable. That way every piece has a chance to shine.”

— Chris Sammet, Co-owner, Milestone Auctions

WILLOUGHBY, OHIO, UNITED STATES, January 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Some of the highest-quality firearms and most important historical relics ever to pass through Milestone Auctions’ doors will be presented in a January 19 sale comprising more than 800 lots. Many of the items chosen for the suburban Cleveland company’s first event of 2019 are fresh to the market from private collections. Bidders are warmly invited to attend in person at the gallery or to participate by phone, absentee or live via the Internet.

The auction was intentionally designed as a one-day affair. “We’re a boutique auction house and take a different approach as to how we market consignments. I think it’s especially evident with our firearms sales,” said Milestone co-owner Chris Sammet. “While a marathon sale of three or four consecutive days may work quite well for some auction houses, we prefer not to conduct massive multiple-day firearms sales. We strive to keep the number of items manageable so they don’t get lost in the shuffle. We feel that we owe it to our consignors to make sure their pieces have a chance to shine.”

The January 19 auction will open with modern-era firearms and conclude with antique weapons whose timeline starts with a 1680-1720 British .80 caliber dog-lock musket. Important militaria will be interspersed throughout, adding variety to the day’s lineup.

The Civil War section of the sale is led by two exceptional collections. One collection consists of a Civil War POW grouping from Lt. Josephus F Schuyler of the 123rd Ohio Voluntary Infantry. Schuyler was captured in 1863 and sent to Richmond’s notorious Libby Prison. There he amassed an autograph book of fellow officers’ signatures and photographic cartes de visite. Together with the ephemera, Schuyler retained many articles he carved of bone while incarcerated, from cutlery to rings to crochet hooks. Each is a work of art. This extensive set of Civil War mementos was sourced directly from one of Schuyler’s descendants and is estimated at $15,000-$20,000.

A second featured Civil War archive is so extensive that it has been apportioned into 11 consecutive lots. All of the items represented pertain to the Civil War service of James Bolestridge of the 23rd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers and, later, Birney’s Zouave regiment. Within this extraordinary collection of historical keepsakes, which was retained by many successive generations of Bolestridge’s family, are a ferrotype of the soldier in uniform at age 17, his enlistment papers, saber bayonet, medals, CDVs, diaries, and a riveting collection of 50 wartime letters. In one of them, Bolestridge describes the Battle of Gettysburg, writing: “I have escaped unharmed during the last fight,” going on to note regimental casualties and the nature of wounds, some mortal. Bolestridge added: “We gave the Rebels a terrible punishing on the 3rd of July and if it had not been so stormy on the 4th we would have peppered them again…” Chris Sammet expects the 11 lots to realize at least $25,000 cumulatively.

Included among the earlier firearm highlights is a witness to America’s westward expansion, a Winchester 1873 (patent) .44 caliber saddle ring carbine rifle. It was shipped from the Winchester warehouse in 1889 and has the rare distinction of having been a traveling salesman’s sample. “This is confirmed by the notation within its matching Winchester letter (included in auction lot) that says ‘Consigned,’” Sammet explained. In excellent condition, its auction goal is $15,000-$20,000.

Another very rare Winchester is an experimental or prototype .32-.40 caliber lever-action rifle discovered in a Vallejo, California gun shop that went out of business in 1942. “In 1990, this unique rifle was taken to the 15th annual Winchester Arms Collectors show in Cody, Wyoming, and to the Winchester Museum. No information pertaining to it could be found. In 1991 an article about the gun, titled ‘An Unknown Winchester Rifle,’ appeared in ‘The Winchester Repeater,’” Sammet said. “This important rifle comes from the collection of John Kopec, a renowned Winchester and Colt collector. It’s already attracting many inquiries.” Estimate: $10,000-$15,000

Within the 20th-century firearms category, a desirable 1936 Krieghoff Suhl semi-automatic Luger pistol ranks very highly. Dated and bearing Krieghoff proof marks, the near-mint example from the World War II era is expected to make $6,000-$8,000.

A rare 1939 German SA presentation dagger with a Damascus blade by E.F. Horster is engraved on the obverse in high-relief gold: “Alles fur Deutschland” (All for Germany). The rare Nazi piece came out of the collection of WWII veteran Master Sgt. Dominick J. DeMaggio, who was an interrogator and interpreter of Italian POWs. With fitted box, the historical dagger is estimated at $15,000-$20,000.

One of the highest-estimated lots in the sale is a WWII Luftwaffe gold “Double Badge” with 150 brilliant-cut diamonds. Regarded as one of the most sumptuous awards of the Third Reich, such brooches were created to a very high standard, under instruction of high-ranking Nazi leader Hermann Goring, who awarded them to favored Luftwaffe members and important Third Reich figures of allied states. Accompanied by a Detlev Niemann COA, the example to be auctioned is estimated at $70,000-$80,000.

Made in 1990, a featured Colt .45 single-action army revolver is a cutaway special edition that comes with a printed Colt historian letter, original box and papers. The letter notes that the term “cutaway” refers to the left stock, which has been designed to allow for viewing of the internal mechanism. Only 100 units of this special model were produced, and the one being auctioned is one of only seven made in its particular configuration. In crisp, mint condition, it carries a $5,000-$7,000 estimate.

For the antique gun collector who is a “completist,” a Smith & Wesson Model 320 revolving rifle originally shipped on May 29, 1894 would fit the bill nicely. Not only is it one of the most sought after of all Smith & Wesson guns, it also comes housed in a custom French-fit wood case with a box of scarce Smith & Wesson .320 cartridges, and a detailed S&W factory letter. Its auction expectation is $8,000-$12,000.

Contact: 440-527-8060, info@milestoneauctions.com. Online: www.milestoneauctions.com

Miles King
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Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys Now Reviews 3M Combat Earplug Cases Related to Permanent Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

$9.1MM settlement between U.S. DOJ and 3M to resolve allegations of defective earplugs will not be distributed directly to military personnel with hearing loss.

Members of our military shouldn’t have to worry about risk of injury from the home front. That's why we're prepared to pursue compensation for those suffering hearing loss due to the negligence of 3M.”

— Glen Lerner, ESQ.

LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES, January 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent settlement agreement with the United States Department of Justice, 3M company based out of Minnesota agreed to pay $9.1 million to resolve allegations that they knowingly sold defective earplugs to the U.S. Military. What is noteworthy about the settlement is that proceeds will not be distributed directly to military personnel who suffered permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus. However, Glen Lerner announced his legal team will pursue civil lawsuits on behalf of the injured to obtain compensation for hearing loss damages.

Legal Help for Soldiers Who Suffered Hearing Loss

3M company manufactured and sold millions of dollars’ worth of Dual Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs to the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency over an approximated 12 year timeframe. Subsequently, thousands of military personnel deployed both domestically and in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2003 – 2015 received these earplugs as standard issue equipment.

In the initial lawsuit, The Department of Justice alleged that 3M knew:

Earplugs were too short and did not fit well.
Earplugs were unable to effectively mitigate excessive noise as they would loosen in some user’s ears.

Due to these alleged product design defects, thousands of military personnel now reportedly suffer from complete or partial hearing loss and/or tinnitus.

Glen Lerner wants to make it clear that U.S. military personnel put at risk of injury have the right to seek compensation for their injuries. ”Members of our military put their lives at risk to protect our country from outside entities. First, they shouldn’t have to worry about potential risks of injury from the home front. Second, they should know that their long-term quality of life and care isn’t something that should be overlooked. That is why my legal team is prepared to pursue individual compensation claims for those suffering hearing loss and other damages due to the negligent acts of 3M.”

Military personnel who served between 2003-2015 were issued 3M earplugs during service and now have permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus are invited to contact Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys for a free defective combat earplug case evaluation. As time restrictions may apply, now is the time to discuss a potential case in pursuit of compensation for injuries and other damages. Call toll-free 1-800-GET-GLEN (1-800-438-4536), or submit a case review form online.

About Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys

Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys began helping people with personal injury and dangerous drugs claims in Nevada 25 years ago. Over the past two decades, Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys has grown into one of the largest plaintiff’s personal injury law firms in the country, with over 40 attorneys and nearly three hundred employees located in Nevada, Arizona, California, Washington, New Mexico, Tennessee,Illinois and Indiana. Glen Lerner Injury Attorneys also have relationships and associations with attorneys across the country. These attorneys can also help those hurt outside of states where the firm practices. The firm also assists with social security claims and dangerous product lawsuits nationally, and represents criminal defense cases in Arizona.

Follow the law firm on Twitter (twitter.com/glenlerner) and like their Facebook page (facebook.com/glenlernerinjuryattorneys) for current updates regarding legal topics and their community involvement and contributions.

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New Embedded Controller CPU includes IEEE-1588 synchronization, Solid-State Drives & Hardware Encrypted Security

UEIPAC Embedded Controllers

UEIPAC Embedded Controllers

United Electronic Industries (UEI) today announced the UEIPAC series of standalone embedded controllers now offers an optional 8347E CPU.

WALPOLE, MA, USA, January 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — United Electronic Industries (UEI) today announced the UEIPAC series of standalone embedded controllers now offers an optional 8347E CPU. This version includes IEEE-1588 synchronization, solid-state hard drives up to 32 Gigabyte, hardware-based Ethernet encryption plus twice the RAM, and 32 times as much FLASH memory.

The UEIPAC Cube and RACK chassis systems offer an unprecedented combination of flexibility, ruggedness, low cost and small size. The unit is an ideal solution in a wide variety of measurement and control applications including: Temperature control, Remote/unmanned vehicle control, Hardware in-the-loop (HIL) and more. The UEIPAC is also an ideal solution for a host of embedded DAQ applications as it allows systems to be developed without the cost or the additional space required by an external host computer. The UEIPAC supports both VxWorks and Linux operating systems.

The new CPU is available on all UEI platforms including their popular Cube, RACKtangle and FlatRACK chassis. Over 70 different I/O boards are available and may be installed in the UEIPAC chassis. The I/O boards include standard, generic analog and digital I/O, ICP/IEPE, Strain, LVDT/RVDT, Synchro/Resolver, CAN-bus, RS-232/422/485 and many more. There are also interface boards for popular avionics buses including ARINC 429/453/708, MIL-STD-1553 and AFDX.

Pricing for industrial rated chassis start at, $2595 for the three I/O slot UEIPAC 300-1G-03, $2795 for the six I/O slot UEIPAC 600-1G, and $4750 for the 12 I/O slot UEIPAC 1200R-03. Chassis designed for military applications start at $20,700.

Call 508-921-4600 or email sales@ueidaq.com for delivery options.

For more information, please visit www.ueidaq.com.

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