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#TBT - This time last Thursday, vehicle specialist Jeremy Johnson and Government contract specialist Edgar McGualey were at the TTOPA conference in Houston at the Greenspoint Hilton!
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If you have ever been employed by the military, fire department or police organizations, you will probably understand the importance of certain vehicles commonly known as BATTs or RDVs. Civilians, however, may not as understand what those terms even mean.
BATT stands for Ballistic Armored Tactical Transport, and the best visualization of them is the heavy-duty cash transit trucks often spotted outside banks or department stores. RDVs are Rapid Deployment Vehicles, which are typically either armored or unarmored. Have you ever driven by a crime scene and noticed a box-esque truck vehicle with a crew nearby? RDVs are often used as a command center or as a transport of SWAT units.
For some military operations, a tank-like vehicle is used to transport a platoon to a desired destination, can be used to fight against mob crowds as an intimidation factor, or can be utilized as a barricade. Large vehicles are not all that the armored vehicle industry has to offer. Did you know that trucks, SUVs, and sedans can also be armored?
A couple of months ago, our recent blog post discussed what types of clients would use a certain company’s armored vehicles, as well as briefly covering the types of vehicles that these clients would look for. Celebrities and private elite clients often use luxury vehicles made by high-end brands like Cadillac and Rolls Royce. Families could benefit from having an armored Suburban or Land Cruiser if security is an important feature to them. Regardless of the types of vehicle and who the drivers are, what exactly makes the perfect armored vehicle?
The level of security is the foremost determining factor in what creates the ultimate armored vehicle. The necessary thickness and type of steel plating to protect the main frame of your vehicle varies due to the type of protection package needed. If you live in a bad area where gunfire or major gang activity occurs, you would most likely qualify for B4 protection. This classification protects against common hand guns, with bullet sizes ranging from .22 to 9 mm. Vehicle plating helps its occupants from being impacted by bullets long enough for you to escape. Elite clients most likely prefer B6 protection because the size of bullets and types of guns that eject these bullets can often be used by a sniper or someone who could be a serious threat to them. Military and tactical organizations, such as police and sheriff departments, tend to opt for B6 to B7 ratings for even further protection.
Other components to the perfect armored vehicle include bullet resistant glass. Did you know that ballistic glass is actually a layered combination of plastic and glass? No standard glass is truly bullet proof, but it does give intended targets a longer time to prepare an escape plan.
Speaking of an escape plan, the following list of armored vehicle options help aid fleeing a dangerous situation quickly and more efficiently:
For those serious about protection within their vehicle, extra features are available outside the standard armoring packages. If you are interested in purchasing a vehicle already armored, or you seek to customize one, speak to an armored vehicle company representative about the extra features that will offer protection.
The Armored Group is one of the leading armored vehicle companies, with both national and international clients. Our reputation has been built upon our main mission statement, which is to protect you, the individual, in our vehicles, from day-to-day civilians to top-tier wealthy individuals. Please take some time to read about our armored vehicle company or instead give us a call at 1.855.824.7233 for more information!