2017: MILITEC is pleased to announce our continuing relationship with Qualification Targets Inc. of Hammond, WI , which has been serving the law enforcement community since 1997 with firearms training targets and many accessories (www.targets.net). Their series 84 GSA Schedule includes a comprehensive listing of products, to include MILITEC-1. Through our latest Letter of Supply agreement with Qualification Targets, they are adding the popular 1/2 ounce bottle of MILITEC-1 to their GSA listing, joining the 1, 4, 8, and 16 ounce sizes already on their Schedule.
Government agency and Department of Defense users of MILITEC-1 lubricant and grease can now acquire our products using the innovative reverse auction site run by FedBid (www.fedbid.com). MILITEC is now a registered Seller on FedBid's FAR-authorized procurement platform. If your organization puts out a request as a Buyer for a Dry Impregnated Lubricant, we will be pleased to make a bid on that requirement.
2015: The Maryland Sheriff's Association recognized MILITEC's support of law enforcement training and education on gun maintenance and safety with a special certificate of recognition for the company's longstanding support.
2014: MILITEC is pleased to announce that its well established support of the Brazilian industrial market has culminated in new distribution agreements. Militec Brasil Importacao e Comercio Ltda is one of MILITEC's largest offshore distributors and provides our products to the automotive industry, municipal fleets, as well as to heavy industry and the energy sector in Brazil and other parts of South America.
2013: In 2004, when troops experienced some difficulties acquiring MILITEC-1 through supply channels, MILITEC's owner, Brad Giordani, made a commitment to honor soldier requests for free product. Soldier's made these requests via emails as well as a special form on the company website. In 2013, MILITEC surpassed the $1 million mark in free product distributions to soldiers in theater, or departing for theater, in support of both Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn in Iraq, and Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Most free orders have been requests by individual soldiers wanting a 1/2 bottle of MILITEC. Others have been squad leaders, platoon sergeants, and company grade officers needing a supply for their troops, or for a crew served weapon. In all cases, during this period from 2004-2013, MILITEC has put the troops first!
2012: For the second year in a row, MILITEC served as a corporate sponsor for the US Army's annual David E. Grange, Jr. Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, GA. This was the 29th annual competition that determines the best two-man 'buddy' team from the entire US Armed Forces over a grueling 60 hour event. MILITEC not only served as a sponsor, but the contestants all know and use the products, including during the competition.
2011: MILITEC served as a corporate sponsor for the US Army's 28th annual David E. Grange, Jr. Best Ranger Competition at Fort Benning, GA.
For the second year in a row, MILITEC was a corporate sponsor for the US Army Sniper Association's annual "One Shot-One Kill" sniper competition at Fort Benning, GA. MILITEC's Vice President Russ Logan noted at the event, "Every sniper team had a bottle of MILITEC at the ready, which says a lot about our product."
2010: MILITEC served as a corporate sponsor for the US Army Sniper Association's annual "One Shot-One Kill" sniper competition at Fort Benning, GA.
2009: Dr. Martin Topper is a world-renowned expert on firearms, ammunition, hunting, personal protection, and law enforcement. He recognized MILITEC in his Gun World Magazine article in July 2009 on gun safety. "Dr. Topper uses MILITEC-1 for gun lubrication. He reserves the thicker MILITEC-1 synthetic grease for lubricating parts that are subject to a high amount of heat and pressure," the article stated.
2008: MILITEC was a corporate sponsor for the US Army Military Police School's Warrior Police Challenge Week. The special event was held at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, home of the Army's MP School.