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VEST MANUFACTURER HAILS OTA REPORT AS VICTORY FOR POLICE

 VEST MANUFACTURER HAILS OTA REPORT AS VICTORY FOR POLICE
 STERLING, Va., Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Guardian Technologies


International, a leading manufacturer of bullet-resistant vests, today hailed a report issued by the Office Technology Assessment (OTA) on police body armor standards as a major victory for police.
 "This is a great victory for the advancement of police protection," said Oliver L. North, chairman of Guardian. "The report stresses performance above all other considerations when setting standards. The police of America deserve the best in protection."
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 /CONTACT: Joseph Fernandez of Guardian Technologies, 800-462-7880/ CO: Guardian Technologies International ST: Virginia IN: SU:


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