Indestructible USB Drive.

When the keychain on his USB Drive broke off, instead of throwing it away, Russell Jones saw opportunity to create the indestructible drive by making an aluminum case for it! - Thanks Russell!

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Er, little nitpick here. Technically, the soldier wasn't protected from a 'terrorist' but rather an 'insurgent'. It's quite a big difference. Not only that, but the iPod itself didn't protect him, his body armour did. It's very doubtful the iPod would've slowed the bullet down by more than a few dozen feet per second.

Speaking of tough USB drives, you should check out the IronDrive made for military use. [] It's certified for operation in -40 F (-40 C) to +185 F (+85C), Meets or Exceeds MIL STD 810E 9 G's at three major axis for Shock Nuclear Effects Per MIS – 30225 and has a Mean Time Between Failure of 4.6 million hours.
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