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ESS Sponsors Australian SOF Veteran's Climb to Everest Summit

May 18, 2006  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Sponsors Australian SOF Veteran's Climb to Everest Summit

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

ESS is proud to have sponsored Mark Squirrell (Squiz) in his successful climb to the summit of Mt. Everest in support of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) "Fight Hunger: Walk the World"
(http://www.fighthunger.org/everest).

Squiz, a 10-year veteran of the Australian Army Special Forces, worked in East Timor, Albania, Sudan, Afghanistan, Palestine, and finally Nepal, where he honed his climbing skills.  He is no stranger to high-adrenaline situations, whether the risk is enemy fire or mother nature.  Squiz decided to dedicate his experience to a good cause, and set out to raise money for the UN World Food Programme by attempting to conquer the world's tallest peak: the 29,035 foot Mt. Everest.

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ESS Offers Rx Lens Filling Service

February 20, 2006  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Offers Rx Lens Filling Service

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

ESS is pleased to offer an online prescription filling service that provides a one-stop prescription eyewear solution at competitive prices.

ESS uses skilled optometrists familiar with the proper techniques necessary to optimize the corrective function of the lenses with ESS eyewear. These optometrists also ensure that only high-grade, shatter-resistant polycarbonate lens material is used, helping maximize impact protection.

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ESS Announces the Addition of Two Regional Directors with Distinguished Military Service Backgrounds

November 29, 2005  |  ESS UPDATES

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) is proud to announce that Carl Christian and Mike Turner have joined its management team as Regional Directors.

Mr. Christian recently retired from the U.S. Army, serving most recently in the U.S. Army Forces Command as its command sergeant major.  In that position, he served as the FORSCOM Commanding General's personal advisor on all matters relating to enlisted soldiers, with emphasis on training and quality of life.  He is a 30-year career soldier, and served as FORSCOM command sergeant major from October 2001 through November 2005.  He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to ESS, based upon the many positions he's held throughout his distinguished Army career.

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ESS Awarded 2nd Major UK Contract

September 9, 2005  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Awarded 2nd Major UK Contract

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA 

The British Ministry of Defense (Defense Clothing Integrated Project Team) awarded "Contract No. DC3ESL/5185 for the Supply of Protective Eyewear" to Eye Safety Systems, Inc. (ESS) of Sun Valley, Idaho USA, via their UK agent, EPS UK Ltd.  The four-year contract, announced 7 July 2005, is for the supply of the ESS Advancer V-12™ goggle, the ESS ICE 2.4™ spectacle, and the ESS Vice™ Rx Insert.  An urgent initial delivery of 28,000 units was completed in August for British troops deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.  The next delivery, also 28,000 units, will be made in October.

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ESS Creates Rx Insert Lenses for its CDI™ Sunglasses

April 21, 2005  |  ESS UPDATES
ESS Creates Rx Insert Lenses for its CDI™ Sunglasses

Sun Valley, Idaho, USA

To meet the needs of their customers who require corrective lenses, ESS has launched a new prescription insert accessory for their popular CDI sunglasses.  This new insert allows for the rapid interchange of multiple lens types - clear and tinted, or prescription and non-prescription - all in one sunglass frame.

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"Dear ESS, On deployment in 2012, my vehicle was struck with an IED while performing route clearance in Afghanistan. The IED flipped my vehicle, knocking me unconscious and launching my rifle into my face. My cheek, nose, and eye socket were shattered from the impact, but my eye was saved from the ESS Crossbow I was wearing. When I put a pair of Crossbows back on, you can clearly see where I would have lost my eye if I wasn't wearing them." SSG Pronzati