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Tactical Tech Admin Kit

12 November 2012

A traveling Administrator/ Technician requires a certain level of technical tools to get the job done. This fly away kit has everything a Tech needs to complete the IT mission when called out to a remote location.
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Tactical Tech Hard Install Boxes

12 November 2012

Problem: Getting the proper equipment for a hard install of a data network down range ain't easy. After you finally figure out what you need and order it, it can take several months just to get the equipment in, which is not good when people wanted to start using the network yesterday.
Solution: These kits are packed with all the basics to lay down a professional data network infrastructure in an office area. They are packed in a way to minimize the space that they take up in the ISU. It is recomended that you maintain 5 of these, or one per building you plan on installing. *Please note that the kit does not yet include unterminated CAT5 cable as built on this page. Download the Packing List

Tactical Tech Mini Screwdriver set

12 November 2012

Problem: IT guys need small screwdrivers to pop open laptops down range and also need a way to organize and maintain them.
Solution: Have your wife (or a tailor shop) sew up these cool pouches! These mini Screwdrivers are from General Tools, Part no. GEN690, and the straps and buckles can be ordered at strapworks.com

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Tactical Tech Power Supply Organizer

12 November 2012

Problem: When walking around the TOC, I noticed that the biggest danger to the TOC Jockeys was not an incoming mortar round, but it was all the laptop power supplies on the floor that caused people to trip and fall to their deaths. It also made it difficult for the privates to sweep up the floor. We needed a way to keep them and the power strips and supplies off of the floor.
Solution: We built just a simple power supply managment board with space for a power strip and bolted it to the edge of the desk they were working off of, and put the power supplies in the power supply pockets (*Note that pictured is a wall mount unit, but during the build, you can reverse it so the power strip is below the pockets and can create a desk mount unit) <

Tactical Tech Tool Box

12 November 2012

Problem: Once upon a time, I was building up a TOC. Our equipment just got on the ground and was stored outside in a connex. During this build, I found myself going outside to the connex more than I was working because our tools were spread out between about 6 different boxes. Being that it was dark and the tools were just loosely packaged with a bunch of other stuff, they were difficult to find.
Solution: Create a tool box from a pelican case that has easy to find tools and a well organized compartment for fasteners with everything needed to support the assembly of a TOC's network infrastructure.Download the Packing List