Ring Power Tactical Solutions Division Acquires Rights to The Rook Vehicle

Wed May 16, 2012 - Southeast Edition
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The Rook has been successfully utilized in applications ranging from hostage rescues and riot scenes to natural disaster relief.
The Rook has been successfully utilized in applications ranging from hostage rescues and riot scenes to natural disaster relief.

Ring Power Corporation Senior Vice President Kevin Robbins announced that Ring Power Tactical Solutions division has acquired The Rook Armored Critical Incident Vehicle from International Defense LLC of Ponte Vedra, Fla. Purchase of The Rook includes all intellectual property rights; design, manufacture, worldwide sales and service of The Rook will now be managed exclusively by Ring Power Tactical Solutions. Recently appointed sales manager of Tactical Solutions, Shaun Mitchell, a Ring Power employee for more than 20 years, will be responsible for all operations pertaining to The Rook.

Ring Power Tactical Solutions focuses exclusively on serving the needs of local, state, federal law enforcement and military agencies, specializing in equipment to ensure officer safety during emergency situations. The Rook has been successfully utilized in applications ranging from hostage rescues and riot scenes to natural disaster relief.

The first product line to be carried by Ring Power's Tactical Solutions business unit, The Rook ACIV is a powerful Caterpillar 287C multi-terrain loader with custom installed NIJ Level IV bullet-proof glass and armor cab reinforcement fabrication. This defensive equipment is custom designed with easily interchangeable, mission-specific attachments that increase personnel safety in a broad range of tactical operations.

For more information, call 904/494-7636 or visit ringpower.com/tacticalsolutions.




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