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Veterans Day - Freedom Isn't Free

This Friday, November 11 is Veterans Day. We at American Warehouse Systems would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to each and every person who has ever served or is currently serving in the United States Military. We are so grateful for the members of the military who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom and for those who put themselves in harm's way for us. Please take the time to say thank you to every veteran that you meet today and everyday. Thank you veterans; God bless you!!     American Warehouse Systems is proud to bring you military related articles and videos.  God Bless America! Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 9th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

Landmines; Effective Killers

Landmines are extremely effective weapons, but often come with unintended consequences. A landmine is an explosive device that is triggered with pressure or by a tripwire. Typically they are buried just beneath the surface of the ground. The purpose of a landmine is to disable a person or vehicle that comes in contact with it. There are millions of landmines throughout the world; many of them planted decades ago and their locations forgotten. Mines can remained armed for up to 50 years after being planted, causing injury and death to thousands of people each year. As a result of this tragic consequence, smart mines have recently been developed. These mines automatically become disarmed after a set period of time, making them less harmless to innocent ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on November 2nd, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

A Very Nice Musket Demonstration

The musket changed how wars were fought around the world. It was an improvement in the quality of weaponry available at the time and had better accuracy. Typically, the soldiers would line up into different formations. Each formation would take a turn firing, and then would spend at least 20 seconds reloading the weapon. While they were reloading, another formation would be firing, so it was a constant attack and more likely to hit the targets. The musket was a useful weapon until the mid to late 1800s, when the rifle replaced it. American Warehouse Systems is proud to be your source for cool military related videos.  Thank you for visiting our blog. Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on October 26th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,History,Military

XM25 CDTE Air Burst Grenade Launcher "The Punisher"

Last year the United States Army introduced a new weapon: the XM25 Counter Defilade Target Engagement (CDTE) System also referred to as an Individual Semiautomatic Air Burst System. The XM25 is an air burst grenade launcher that uses 25mm grenades. The weapon has a laser rangefinder, which can determine the distance from the soldier to the target. The soldier can adjust the distance by ten feet. Once the target it locked, the weapon automatically sends the distance to the grenade while it is in the firing chamber. The grenade then tracks the distanced traveled by the number of spiral rotations after being fired. Detonation occurs at the proper distance and produces an air burst effect. The features on the XM25 make it a more desirable ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on October 19th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Military

Designing a System From a Clean Slate

The large majority of our projects are in buildings with existing structures and equipment and we need to work around the current layout. On occasion we have the pleasure of getting involved with a customer who is just taking over an empty building. This gives us a clean slate and a great opportunity to use our creative design talents to provide  a new system that is both wanted and needed, without any restrictions on the layout. We had such an opportunity with a Marine Corps base in the southern United States. They were just moving into a new warehouse that was completely empty. The customer contacted us to help them determine what needed to be built and how it should be laid out. We worked ... Read more
Posted by Mark Juelich on October 13th, 2011 :: Filed under: Blog,Material Handling
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