(above) Boston officers Zenaida Flores, left, and Carlton Williamson, center, listen during the sentencing of James Gaines in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston in 2005. Gaines, 25, was convicted by a jury in connection with the August 2002 shooting of Flores and attempted shooting of Williamson. (AP Photo/Tom Landers)
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Try as they have, no competitor has knocked Stealth from its position as the #1-Selling Uniform Boot in America. In its four-year reign, Magnum has sold over 1 million pairs. Re-sculpted and engineered for greatness, Stealth II is 30% lighter and even more comfortable than the original.
TACNET™ equipped vehicles can receive transmissions from one of five sources, and digitally simulcast the transmission up to four other radios. This compatibility makes TACNET ideal for first responders and an effective communications center in the field. TACNET's advanced command and control features dramatically improve communications in critical security situations.
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