Tactical Grilling Vest
SKU: FBI149A must have for you patriots who are passionate about grilling and cooking. There's no better show of force than to wear this tactical apron during your next grilling event. One of the large pouches on the front allows for velcro patches, as does a large area on the back of the apron itself. All pouches can be relocated or removed to fit your desired configuration. This apron is also equipped with three large pockets near the bottom. <li>Tactical Apron (adjustable) </li> <li>2 pouches that fit our regular sized spice bottles</li><li>2 large pouches (one of which supports velcro patches)</li><li>Frag Out Flavor velcro patch</li> <b>Dimensions: Measures 31" tall by 18" wide. The side straps clip together but and are not needed. This apron can support many individuals - small, tall, or wide! Very versatile in size. </b>
FBI Exhibit Catalog
SKU: FBI001Our exhibit catalog- <i>FBI: From Al Capone to Al-Qaeda </i>is dedicated to all FBI employees. This exhibit catalog illustrates stunning archival photos, highlights FBI's notorious criminals, and delves deep into historical events, such as 9/11. Table of contents include: <li> Introduction- The Rise of the G-Man: The Founding of the FBI</li><li>The Making of an Agent: Much More Than A Job</li><li>FBI Files: Famous, Infamous, and Little Known Crimes </li><li>The FBI in a Changing World: Refocusing Post 9/11</li> <li>The Truth and Nothing But The Truth: Missteps and Misinformation<li> Silver Screen Agents: The FBI in Film and Pop-Culture </li><li> Honorary Special Agent: The FBI and Ronald Reagan</li> <li>Wall of Honor</li> <li>Lenders</li> <b>Paperback. Pages 1-73. Size 10 1/4 x 8" inches. </b>
Above Hallow Ground: A Photographic Record of September 11, 2001
SKU: FBI221On the morning of September 11th, a new kind of horror shook the world. Terrorists crashed two passenger airliners into the World Trade Center in the worst attack on U.S. soil in the nation's history. But at the same time a new generation of heroes rose up to fight it. This book chronicles not only the devastation of that day, but also the valor and heroism of those who saved thousands of lives. Not one of these photographs has been published before. On top of that, these images offer a vantage point no ordinary photographers could obtain: They were taken by members of the New York City Police Department, uniformed and civilian, who were on the scene moments after the first plane hit and who were behind the scenes during the entire rescue and recovery effort. Many officers took pictures during the course of their duties. Some were inside the lobbies of the World Trade Center before they collapsed. Some were in helicopters hovering near the burning towers. Some were trapped in the dust cloud after the buildings fell. They took pictures of the pandemonium around them, the fear, the effort, the exasperation. This collection portrays the courage of those who rushed into the danger so that others could escape it. One of the featured photographers, Detective Dave Fitzpatrick, was off duty when he heard a report of the attack over his radio. He immediately went to an NYPD airfield, joined a crew boarding a police helicopter, and flew to the World Trade Center. They arrived right after the second plane hit and were instructed to observe the scene and watch for any other incoming aircraft. Over the course of three flights that day, Fitzpatrick shot thousands of photographs that became the only aerial views of the devastation and early rescue efforts downtown. He also covered all Ground Zero operations for the next two months. His best photos, along with those of numerous other members of the NYPD, have been collected in this book. Together they make up the most in-depth visual document of the September 11th tragedy and its aftermath. <b>Hardcover. 192 Pages. Photographers, The New York City Police Department. </b>
The Statue of Liberty
SKU: FAS050The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. Designed by Frederic Barthodi and dedicated on October 28th, 1886, the statue served as a gift to the United States from the people of France. The statue is a robed female figure representing Libertas, the Roman goddess of freedom. She bears a torch and a law tablet that inscribed the date of the American Declaration of Independence, July 4th 1776. The broken chain at her feet also symbolizes freedom. <b> Each piece is uniquely hand-made. Height 12.37 inches. Material is cold cast bronze. </b>
FBI Reagan Library Coin Pouch
SKU: FBI123Take home this special exhibit souvenir! The coin pouch is approximately 3 x 2 1/2" inches and made of artificial leather. Enclosed the coin pouch is a keychain ring attached for easy accessibility. The coin purse is designed on the front an enamel with our special exhibit- <i>FBI: From Al Capone to Al-Qaeda </i>.
FBI Reagan Library Memo Pad and Pen
SKU: FBI122This FBI Memo Pad and Pen is exclusively designed by the Reagan Library. The memo pad is crafted of aluminum and designed with our special special exhibit emblem -<i> FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda </i>. It is approximately 4 x 2 1/2" inches in size enclosing a blank memo pad and black pen.
FBI Reagan Library Youth Jacket
SKU: FBI513Check-out our new special exhibit jacket! Great for light rainy weather. The jacket has our special exhibit logo- FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda -imprinted on the upper chest side of the jacket. <b> Available Sizes Extra Small, Small, Medium, and Large. Color Navy. Actual color may vary. </b>