Adaptive vision allows us to own the night. Without sensors and a stable platform to hold a night vision goggle in place, adverse conditions can develop, often compromising the very reason for its existence. The defense industry is complex. As a soldier you have many choices of equipment to buy. By understanding how each component interacts with the other, you can make an informed decision buying the right equipment for your operational needs. Broken down by components, illustrating the importance of how our component needs the other, for the system to be stable and functional. One component does not work without the other.
In order for any company to offer a life time warranty, it has to be confident in its design. Before Wilcox brings a product to market, we first ask, can we engineer and innovate a solution or improve a product that will have a profound impact on the soldier? What environmental conditions it can be subjected to? Let’s take a look behind the scenes at our rigorous quality control testing.
We are proud to announce that The Patriot SAVR™ ventilator system has received approval by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Together, we are all facing a truly unprecedented situation. The COVID-19 (global coronavirus pandemic) is affecting us all and our very way of life. During this time, Wilcox Industries, Corp. wanted to reach out and update you on how we’re approaching the COVID-19 situation both locally as well as globally.READ MORE
The Wilcox BOSS-E™ Fire Control System features a fully integrated reflex sight, red visible laser, IR laser and fixed IR illuminator. What differentiates BOSS-E™ from others is that it allows the user to shoot both supersonic and subsonic ammunition with the flip of a switch - without having to re-zero the weapon.
This prestigious award is presented periodically when, in the opinion of the NDIA Small Arms Committee Executive Board, an industrial firm has made an outstanding contribution to the field of small arms systems.
Wilcox employs an innovative approach to every project it encounters and inspires creative solutions. The first Special Operations endeavor was no exception.