CirTran's Racore subsidiary adds U.S. Air Force to its list customers
Jul 25, 2005
Racore Technology Inc., a subsidiary of CirTran Corp. (OTCBB: CIRT), has once again added to its list of security-conscious customers by providing network interface cards to the U.S. Air Force at the Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany.
Trevor M. Saliba, executive vice president for worldwide business development for Racore and CirTran, said a rush order was received from Ramstein AFB for OptiCORE network interface cards.
The host unit at Ramstein Air Base is the 86th Airlift Wing (AW), whose mission is the operation and maintenance of airlift assets composed of C-130s, C-9s, C-20s and C-21s throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The 86th AW Commander also serves as the Kaiserslautern Military Community commander. Also residing at Ramstein is the 435th Air Base Wing (ABW) and the 38th Combat Support Wing (CSW). The 435th ABW mission focuses on base support responsibilities within KMC, while the 38th CSW provides support to Geographically Separated Units (GSUs) throughout Europe. The 435th ABW and 38th CSW Commanders both also serve as the KMC deputy commanders. In addition, Ramstein is a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) installation, with its population comprised of Canadian, German, British, French, Belgian, Polish, Czech, Norwegian, Danish and Dutch forces along with U.S. troops.
"Racore and its CirTran parent company take tremendous pride in knowing that the Air Force, other branches of the U.S. military, as well as top fire and police departments, know they can trust our boards and components, especially in these troubled and often unsafe times," said Saliba. "These men and women, putting their lives on the line each and every day, are true heroes, and we are honored that they turn to us for products and support," he said.