The most recent exhibitors to confirm attendance at the event include: Rico Tactical, Eye Safety Systems, Global Supply Solutions, Groves Incorporated, Blauer Manufacturing, and SWAT Headsets.
“The ITOTA Evolution Expo and Conference is based on the concept of how ‘fifth’ generation warfare has pushed tactical operations and training into a new evolution bringing the civilian law enforcement and military special operations communities closer together - Tactical Evolution,” said Kevin Barrett, CEO of ITOTA. “Military and law enforcement tactical concepts are advancing and merging together by utilizing the best from both worlds. This is happening as a result of the war on terrorism, direct urban conflict and maritime operations.”
The Evolution Expo will be held at the Westin Chicago – Northwest Hotel located in Itasca, IL and is scheduled for May 19-20, 2010. For attendees, all speakers and breakout sessions are included in the cost of admittance. The EXPO is free to all active ITOTA and ITRAMS members. Those who are not current members that wish to attend can pay $50 at the door and will receive a complimentary annual membership to ITOTA and ITRAMS as well an as annual subscription to SWAT Digest. Vendors wishing attend or sponsor the event are encouraged to register at www.expo.itota.us while space is still available.
The International Tactical Officers training Association (http://www.itota.us) a professional training organization with a focus on promoting best practice methods and procedures across the globe. The ITOTA team of instructors offers a unique blend of internationally harmonized professional skills and disciplines coupled to current theatre specific knowledge. The ITOTA instructors are selected largely from the global special operations community and are all well respected experts in their fields. ITOTA currently provides over 70 customizable training courses across the globe.
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International Tactical Officers Training Association, International Tactical Rescue and Medicine Society, and SWAT Digest