Released October 15th, 2019

The design and some components of EATech’s BRAV (Battle Ready Armored Vest)

The Chairman of Nigeria’s premiere military engineering firm, EA Armament & Surveillance Technologies announced today that the company has completed design and development of the first Model of its Battle Ready Armored Vest.

Mr. Adebayo Idowu explained that the vest stands apart from the tradition “bullet-proof vests” in that BRAV can resist armor piercing bullets, as well as provide commanders with both GPS location and the health status of soldiers in the field.

“It’s truly one-of-a-kind! We are showing the world that Africa has an untapped resource of human intellect and ingenuity… and hopefully we can lure international markets and investors to help us make a global impact.”

The company indicated plans to create a joint-venture with its subsidiary, American Defense Systems (ADFS), based in the United States, to help market the vests globally.

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