When I first came home from an almost ten year stay in the state of Hawaii I was fortunate enough to land a job at a Nuclear Power Plant located in Southern Vermont. I had a high school education and a few years in the United States Marine Corps working in a field that didn’t really give me many options to choose from in the civilian world. The options given to me at that time by my military career planner consisted of Law Enforcement, Construction, or a Non professional truck driver. None of which I had any interest in. Being
After hundreds and probably thousands of hours patrolling the inside and outside of a Nuclear Power facility I had an idea. Not being satisfied with how we as security operated, I was always trying to think of a better system of doing things. One that would increase our effectiveness yet have minimal cost. Something a Nuclear Power Plant has is steel surfaces….and lots of them! One night as I walked by one of our defensive positions located near an emergency diesel generator it hit me. What if I were able to stick a large quantity of extra ammunition magnetically to my position so that I would have plenty if the unimaginable happened. From there I began to brainstorm product designs, concepts for deployment, and justifications for their development.
Tac-Tote products are now being used around the world within Law Enforcement, Nuclear Power plants, and a few other industries.