Tactical Electronics Featured in Tulsa World
BROKEN ARROW – It’s fitting that Tactical Electronics is based in a nondescript, out-of-the-way industrial building with its name in tiny letters.
After all, the Broken Arrow company has been quietly developing and manufacturing high-tech gear designed to keep soldiers hidden and safe as they undertake dangerous tactical operations.
The client base includes militaries and law enforcement agencies across the globe, including various branches of the U.S. military as well as key U.S. allies such as Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, New Zealand, Japan, Jordan, South Korea and others.
Just one example of the company’s mission “to preserve our world by protecting those who protect us” is the 12-year-old company’s habit of putting cameras on almost anything, so the users can get a better view of their surroundings without putting themselves in danger.
Tactical Electronics’ first product and still an in-demand device is a flexible camera mounted on a pole that can be extended from 3 feet long to more than 20 feet, giving the user an opportunity to peek into upper floors and around corners, said Ben Kimbro, executive vice president of the company.Back