Press Release

Joe Dimond
General Manager/Director of Business Development
Dynamic Defense Materials, LLC

Dynamic Defense Materials, LLC is awarded a contract from the US Department of State to Supply McCurdy's Armor for the Afghan EXBS (Export Control and Border Security) Program

Marlton, NJ – July 29, 2011 – Dynamic Defense Materials, LLC (DDM) recently received a contract award to supply their patented, portable armored wall system, McCurdy's Armor, to the Department of State for the Afghan EXBS program. The gear will be delivered in racks that were specifically designed for Kamaz trucks used by the Afghan forces while securing the extremely porous and dangerous border region of Afghanistan.

"DDM is very excited about this opportunity to help on yet another front in the Afghan war. McCurdy's Armor will be deployed with a specific mission and will be used in checkpoints designed to stop the movement and sale of drugs that Al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations are using to fund terror missions that often kill Americans," said Joe Dimond, DDM's General Manager and 10-year Marine vet. "The Afghan border region is one of the most dangerous places in the world and the fact that there are people with the courage to go into this area and make an effort to stop the movement of weapons and drugs is remarkable. They put their lives on the line every day and DDM is very excited to be a part of it and to support this extremely important, life saving mission in any way possible."

About Dynamic Defense Materials, LLC (DDM)

DDM is based in Marlton, NJ and manufactures its patented portable armored wall system known as McCurdy's Armor. This system protects against 5.56, 7.62 AP, 0.50 Caliber AP-M2 as well as fragments from mortars, grenades, rockets, suicide bombers, and IED's. Currently, McCurdy's Armor is the primary solution of the US Army for ECP protection in Afghanistan and McCurdy's Armor is in theater around the world. There are kits in the U.S., Iraq, Afghanistan, Jordan, Colombia, Abu Dhabi and other undisclosed locations.