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Introducing New EXP Anti-Ballistic Plates

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- Introducing Mission Pro's Innovation and Concept -
"Safe Origami Shelter" (SOS)
Foldable "Bulletproof" Classroom Shelter

U.S. Patent Pending # 62769938

**We are currently seeking a corporate sponsor and/or investor(s) to implement this project.**  

**Our goal is to install this system as soon as and to as many classrooms as possible in the United States.**

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Crimson Patent application diagram and illustration.

Crimson's Safe Origami Shelter (SOS) is a "bulletproof" wall system that converts into a safe and protective shelter during an emergency shooting incident.*

Our "Patent Pending" design was first conceptualized by former FBI Special Agents, to build a shelter in classroom that would protect children from an unforeseen shooting incident at school environment.

The term "Origami" means "folding" in Japanese, and our concept was inspired by this Japanese traditional design.

Our SOS design blends into existing class room décor that is unnoticeable but is a bulletproof shelter is in place.  The SOS wall panels lies flat until it is unfolded, and it can be painted, wall papered, and even mount a chalk/white board. 

During an emergency, SOS wall panels unfold and convert easily into an effective "bulletproof" shelter by a simple sliding action that transform the panels into a shelter-like compartment. (See demonstration above)


SOS panels can also be installed in any offices and any other environments where people gather, work, and play; therefore, it is not just for school classrooms.  SOS design and concept comes in one, two, and three panels employments based the size and locational needs.

At Mission Pro, we are constantly innovating and coming up with new ideas for the purpose of safety and protection of children and people against gun violence and shooting incidents.

PREPARE for Emergency, PREVENT Injury, and PROTECT Lives

*We are extremely cautious in using the term "bulletproof" as nothing is ever 100% bulletproof. 

See our NIJ Certification for limitation of the term "bulletproof."

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