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Posted by  Jorge Villa on November 17, 2002 at 06:27:39:

Dear Sir,

This is to bring you up to date in the latest invention in structures capable of withstanding hurricanes, tornadoes and even military and terrorist attacks. The GUARDIAN by U.S. Bunkers, Inc. of Miami Florida has been under development for the past 2 Ĺ years and has been introduced to the worlds military at the last Association of the United States Army Show in Washington D.C. and at the public side at The Home Show at Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Florida.

The Bunker/Shelter of the future is no longer static; itís totally mobile to meet the demands of a different warfare and a more violent mother nature. The GUARDIAN is a Monolith made of fiberglass, reinforced concrete, steel rebar and US Bunkers own mix of polymer fibers. This making the structure extremely strong and massive.

The Bunkers are available in multiple configurations, self sufficient to suit a different array of missions, from troops shelter to perimeter surveillance and security to on field ICUís or surgery units to hurricane and tornado shelters. From radioactive material containers to communication centers.

Digging trenches and filling sandbags is a thing of the past, the Guardian is an immediate, secure, weather safe armoured structure. The all fiberglass interior is designed to accommodate 6-8 adults comfortably. These bunkers have a primarily military purpose but can be deployed immediately when natural disasters strike or just to help the civil population.

If you would like more information please visit www.usbunkers.com or e-mail to jvilla@usbunkers.com.

Warmest Greetings,


Jorge Villa
Pres.

 
 
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