IMPROVISE, ADAPT AND OVERCOME
'THE IMPROVISORS' T-shirt pays homage to the members of the public who improvised, adapted and overcame a knife wielding terrorist attacker on London Bridge on Friday 29th November 2019.
They say real heros don't wear capes, but if they did, we imagine they would look like something straight off the cover of a Marvel comic book. Thanks to their heroic actions, they prevented many other deaths that day.
By using a “narwhal tusk” and a fire extinguisher they successfully overpowered the terrorist without any thoughts for their own safetly. For this, they should all recieve the highest commendation and we thank them for their bravery. We also thank our brave emergency services who did what needed to be done.
We also express our sincere condolences to the victims, Jack Merritt, 25, and Saskia Jones, 23 who were sadly killed during this terrorist attack. Our thoughts are with their families at this very difficult time.🙏
WARRIOR - BACKBONE OF THE INFANTRY
Who remembers those good old track bashing days? The Warrior is a tracked vehicle originally developed to replace the older FV430 series of armoured vehicles. The Warrior has the speed and performance to keep up with Challenger 2 main battle tanks over the most difficult terrain, and the firepower and armour to support infantry in the assault.
VETERAN OWNED & OPERATED
Founded by a British Armed Forces Veteran, The Final RV brand has been meticulously forged to represent the pride, honour and dark sense of humour shared by every member of our Armed Forces.
THE LYNX EFFECT
The much loved Westland Lynx was a British multi-purpose, twin-engined military helicopter designed and built by Westland Helicopters at its factory in Yeovil. Originally intended as a utility craft for both civil and naval usage, military interest led to the development of both battlefield and naval variants. Stand down old friend... your duty is done!
THE ONLY GROUP THERAPY YOU NEED
There's nothing quite like holding your weapon of choice firmly and pointing it down the range. As you align the sights on the target, you aim and begin to feel your finger squeeze on the trigger. As the shot is released you feel the recoil and immediately align your weapon again for the next shot. All your concetration is focused on getting a tight grouping and you realise this is the only group therapy you will ever need.