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It all started with getting cold and wet one too many times in a friend’s Jeep.
“There HAS to be a way to take those stupid doors with us!” I complained.
“Nope, there isn’t.” Was the reply.
That was in 1995. After many trials and errors and changes, I finally received my patent for my Onboard Door Carrier (7,293,681) in 2004.
In the meanwhile, in 1999, I was assigned to the 311th Military Intelligence Battalion, 101st Airborne (Air Assault!) Division. The computer system we were using—the CHATS was designed for tactical units. It came with a cigarette lighter adapter to charge it. And military vehicles don’t have a cigarette lighter.
One too many times, one of my soldiers shorted out one of our batteries trying to hot
My third patent was me being silly. One of the Government contractor instructors working for me while I was assigned to Fort Huachuca, Arizona said to me one day “You know it’s annoying that I am constantly messing up my garden trying to pull my hose around it. The ground is too rock and hard for regular hose guides that push into the ground. And when I do get them pushed into the ground, they j
My latest is in the medical field. I feel it will help a great number of people. Once it is protected by a patent, more detains will forthcoming.
I also have a cabinetry innovation that I would like to get on the market. If you work in the cabinet field, email me