HVCC has been fully approved by Sandia National Lab as well as DoE for this CRADA (Cooperative Research and Development Agreement In the United States, a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA or CRDA) is an agreement between a government agency and a private company or university to work together on research and development.)

COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION  "CASC" a Delaware C Corporation to begin work on a programmable bullet Combat Arms Systems code name "PGB" technology with Sandia National Laboratories  Nuclear Security Engineering Group/Weapons and Force Protection Center under a CRADA (Cooperative Research and development agreement). This is high security venture with national defense implication. Under this agreement Combat Arms Systems team will be involved in testing and the development of the CASC Programmable Glass Bullet PGB and will have exclusive marketing and sale rights for the CASC Bullet for DoD, Military, law enforcement and other security operation and all commercial retail and wholesale gun dealer worldwide. 

The PGB Bullets  will be deployed on all WorldGate Community International project, VSCTEI Campuses, solar fields, hydrogen storage facilities, LNG Consortium Project, LLC. LNG NG. shipment, to protect valuable equipment, technology, Oil and LNG tank farms, and human & animal assets. The PGB Bullet will not be available or sold to the general market or individuals. Development Details of the PGB Bullet Technology are classified.  

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The GLASS BULLET AMMUNITION  “GBA” is being developed under the modified and expanded GRADA with Sandia National Laboratories where HONOR VALOR COURAGE CORPORATION will own 50% of the Patent with Sandia National Laboratories. The GLASS BULLET AMMUNITION “GBA” does not involve the microchip inside the bullet, range finder, or activator. The bullet is developed to eliminate heavy metal (lead, copper, zinc, tin) in current bullets and is the first environmentally friendly bullet ever developed. The bullets will be produced in the most popular calibers such as handgun 9mm 115g 124g, 40 Caliber, Rifle 30-06, 30-30, 270.

The GLASS BULLET AMMINITION “GBA” will be developed under the same demanding process as the PGB.

Each PGB and GBA is treated as a perfect bullet, to be fired as a perfect bullet, by the best for the BEST!!

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                                                                                                                               PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET  PROGRAM

HONOR VAOR COURAGE CORPORATION is the owner and developer of all programs listed as opportunities. A comprehensive and detailed business and marketing plan will be a part of every income opportunity program. This will spell out how the business will be operated and by who, what the market direction is, and the projected revenue will be for the first 1-5 years with auto renewals with approval by COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION.

COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION  www.combatarmssystem .com offers these amazing REVENUE SHARING OPPORTUNITIES. COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION to provide the following services for HONOR VALOR COURAGE CORPORATION who is the developer of the CRADA with Sandia National Labs and DoE for the Programmable Glass Bullet. Included in this assignment is included but not limited to marketing the 20% REVENUE rights, manufacturing rights, loading rights, all marketing commercial rights both national and international, all government agency marketing rights, all military, DOD, and Government contractors marketing right and all law enforcement marketing rights. As well manufacturing training, bullet loading training, sales agents training, logistic, warehousing, technology services, and transportation of  weapons and ammunition, and all licensing & permits for on-site operations revenue in the OPPORTUNITY REVENUE SHARING PROGRAM for maximum total of 20% of the annualized EBIT derived from the sales of the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET “PGB”.

 It is understood that these opportunities are revenue sharing and not equity positions in any program or service.  

All contracts are bases on five-year contracts with auto-renewable terms with a maximum outside partnership of 20%, COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION owning the balance of 80%. COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION may at its total discretion utilize or assign any part of the 80% of the revenue for other agreements or contracts. 

Each revenue opportunity will be a separate LLC, with the principal Managing Member being COMBAT ARMS SYSTEMS CORPORATION. The business and marketing plans are meant to be dynamic and are based on current markets and business environments at the time the opportunity is requested and is not a shelf business or marketing plan. Each plan will be customized for the individual, company or group interested in that opportunity. 

The revenue, business and marketing plans are meant to be dynamic and are based on current markets and business environments at the time the opportunity is requested and is not a shelf business or marketing plan. Each plan will be customized for the individual, company or group interested in that opportunity.  For more information regarding interest in the program listed below please contact CASC at

                                                                          MARKET ANALYSIS

                                                                                           LAW ENFORCEMENT

By far the largest market for the PGB are the 17,985 Law Enforcement Agency in the United States.

There are 17,985 U.S. police agencies in the United States which include City Police Departments, County Sheriff's Offices, State Police/Highway Patrol and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies with at any giving time between 750,000 and 850,000 Officers.
The monies lost due to wrongful shooting lawsuits brought against municipalities, cities, states, and agencies of all sizes exceeds tens of millions of dollars on an annual basis. The Chicago Sun Times reports that the city of Chicago has paid out nearly half a billion dollars in settlements over the past decade, spending $84.6 million in fees, settlements, and awards last year alone. The city of Philadelphia has paid $40 million to settle 584 lawsuits since January 2009. Last year, the city of Baltimore spent $5.7 million on settlements and awards, and another $5.8 million on legal fees.
Estimated deployment of Programmable Glass Bullets
750,000 agents
20 rounds per officers
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market $300,000,000
In Arsenal at Agencies
100 rounds per agencies
1,798,500 rounds
Estimated Cost per round  $20.00
Estimated Market per agencies $35,970,000
Total Estimated Law Enforcement Market $335,970,000 
Law Enforcement training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $1,500.00 per agent. At their firing range $2,500.00 per agency.
Estimated Training and Certification Market
17,985 Agencies with 750,000
Estimated Market $ 1,500,000,000
Total Law Enforcement Market Value Estimate

                                                                        NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS PROTECTION

There are a total of 307 nuclear power plants in the available markets. We exclude all markets which are not ON the blacklist for US sales or provider for non-friendly or hostel countries. All HVCC foreign sales comply  under the full Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

"There are 60 commercially operating nuclear power plants with 98 nuclear reactors in 30 U.S. states (the Indian Point Energy Center in New York has two nuclear reactors that the U.S. Energy Information Administration counts as two separate nuclear plants). Of these nuclear plants, 36 have two or more reactors. The Palo Verde nuclear power plant in Arizona is the largest nuclear plant, and it has three reactors with a combined net summer electricity generating capacity of 3,937 megawatts (MW). The R. E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant in New York is the smallest nuclear plant, and it has one reactor with a net summer electricity generating capacity of 508 MW. The newest nuclear reactor to enter service, Watts Bar Unit 2 with 1,150 MW net summer electricity generating capacity, began commercial operation in October 2016.Two new nuclear reactors are actively under construction: Vogtle Units 3 and 4 in Georgia. "

If nuclear weapons exist, the United States will maintain a safe, secure, and effective nuclear deterrent to keep America safe. In support of this presidential mandate, the Energy Department — specifically the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) — is responsible for ensuring the integrity and safety of the nation’s nuclear weapons, advancing nuclear nonproliferation, and promoting international nuclear safety.

Established by Congress in 2000, NNSA is a semi-autonomous agency within the U.S. Department of Energy responsible for enhancing national security through the military application of nuclear science. NNSA maintains and enhances the safety, security, and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile without nuclear explosive testing; works to reduce the global danger from weapons of mass destruction; provides the U.S. Navy with safe and effective nuclear propulsion; and responds to nuclear and radiological emergencies in the U.S. and abroad.

Many areas for this report remain classified as to number of Employees involved in protection of our nuclear facilities, nuclear weapons stockpile, nuclear weapons of mass destruction and nuclear weapons Navy. Our calculation therefore is based on the number of commercial reactors we will be supplying the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET to.

Estimated Deployment of Programmable Glass Bullets
307 Nuclear Power Plant
Estimated Agents per Nuclear Power Plant 100
20 rounds per nuclear protection agent
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market  $ 12,000,000
In Arsenal at Agencies
1000 rounds per agencies
307,000,000 rounds
Estimated Cost per round  $20.00
Estimated Market per agencies $6,140,000,000
Total Estimated Nuclear Power Plant Market $18,140,000
Nuclear Agent training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $1,500.00 per agency. At their firing range $2,500.00 per agent.
Estimated Training and Certification Market
307 Agencies with average 100 agents 307,000 agents training
2000 average cost per agent for training 
Estimated Market $ 614,000,000
Total Nuclear Power Plant Market Value Estimate
YEAR  50%

                                                                                             UNITED STATES MILITARY

TOTAL number of  US Military 2,384,835 includes all services
Number of combats MOS Estimated  476,967 included all services average combat MOS is 20%
20 rounds per combat MOS personnel on MAG
Estimated cost per round $18.00 on GSA Pricing
Estimated market  $ 178,908,120
In Arsenal at each military branch
1,000,000 rounds per military branch  12 branches of military
Estimated Cost per round  $18.00
Estimated Market per agencies $ 216,000,000
Total Estimated US Military Market $ 394,908,120
Military training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $1,500.00 per. At their firing range $1,500 per Combat MOS Personnel GSA Price.
Estimated Training and Certification Market
Estimated Market $ 715,450,500
Total US Military Market Value Estimate
$ 444,141,048

                                                                                                      NATO MILITARY 

NATO is an Alliance that consists of  27 independent member countries. Country by country. All NATO is standardized on 5.56 NATO caliber. 
NATO exists today as an impressive collective military power (at least on paper) with the capability to call on nearly 3.5 million personnel for combat and expenditures totaling over $900 million (USD) with the United States taking the lead both materially and financially.
TOTAL number of  combat ready NATO TROOPS 3,500,000 includes all NATO Countries
Number of combats MOS Estimated  1,050,000 included all services average combat MOS is 30%
20 rounds per combat MOS personnel on MAG
Estimated cost per round $18.00 on NATO Pricing
Estimated market  $ 18,900,000
In Arsenal at each NATO Country
1,000,000 rounds per NATO Country There are a total of 27 countries that have Military not counting the US.
Estimated Cost per round  $18.00 NATO Pricing
Estimated Market per agencies $ 486,000,000
Total Estimated NATO Military Market $ 504,900,000
NATO  training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $2,500.00 per. At their firing range $1,500 per Combat MOS Personnel NATO Price.
Estimated Training and Certification Market
Estimated Market $ $1,575,000,000
Total NATO Military Market Value Estimate
$ 2,079,900,000
$ 415,980,000


Data Center
Firing of a commercial bullet in a data center can have a devastating effect not only on the servers but also on the entire power grid and telecommunication network of the US. Data Centers are wired with fiber cables which are light beams, and a bullet can destroy those fiber cables.
This all points the huge venerability of data center to conventional bullets whether from security personnel, law enforcement or bad actors.
A data center (American English) or data center (British English) is a building, dedicated space within a building, or a group of buildings used to house computer systems and associated components, such as telecommunications and storage systems.
United States Data Center Market There are currently 189 providers and 1538 data centers in United States. This includes 1458 colocation facilities, 1189 cloud nodes, 330 Internet exchanges (IX), and 606 disaster recovery and business continuity (DRBC) sites that are prospects for the PGB.
1. The vast majority of Americans own a computer or use the internet on a regular basis. Approximately 85% of American households have a computer, 70% are connected to the internet and 75% of American adults use social media.
2. There are about 3 million data centers in the United States. That is 1 data center for every 100 people. Scattered across the nation, these energy intensive complexes require a lot of power and electricity to run the internet—at big costs.
3. Data center energy use has grown rapidly in recent years. And it is expected to continue to grow. In 2013, U.S. data centers consumed about 100 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, representing more than 2% of all U.S. electricity use.
4. Data centers provide an opportunity for improving U.S. energy efficiency. If all U.S. data centers were 20% more efficient, we could save more than 20 billion kWh by 2020 as a nation. That translates to roughly $2 billion in cost savings.
5. Most data centers are housed in small- and medium-sized businesses. Many data centers are small server rooms and closets found in a variety of buildings owned by small and medium businesses and organizations. Others are in multi-tenant data centers, which are increasing in use. The larger data centers owned by the major cloud providers and national supercomputer centers comprise less than 10% of the server market.
6.  In a typical data center, every kW saved with IT equipment can potentially result in nearly 2 kW saved in powering the data center. The additional savings can be obtained by applying best practices such as hot and cold aisle isolation, managing airflow, and raising the temperature within the ASHRAE recommended range.
7. Data centers upgrade to new IT equipment every three to five years. New IT equipment is generally more efficient than the older equipment that it replaces. As partners refresh their IT equipment, they can also make improvements to the infrastructure. The Department of Energy is working with data center owners on improving efficiency of infrastructure to complement the work they are doing on the installation of emerging IT systems or technologies. Half of the energy supplied to a typical data center is used in the cooling and power infrastructure.
8. A significant percentage of government electricity usage comes from data centers. The Department of Energy estimates that 10 percent of the federal government’s electricity use goes to data centers. 
9. Better Buildings Challenge data center partners are leaders in their industry. There are 21 partners pledging to improve the efficiency of data centers which altogether are currently consuming more than 120 megawatts of power. These partners include national laboratories, federal agencies such as EPA, DOD, SSA, and companies including CoreSite Realty Corporation, eBay inc., Facebook, and Staples. These partners join more than 200 organizations already partnering with the Department of Energy to achieve 20 percent portfolio-wide energy savings and share successful strategies that will maximize efficiency over the next decade.
10. Across the country, Better Buildings Challenge partners have completed upgrades to more than 9,000 facilities. Of these facilities, 2,100 buildings improving efficiency by least 20 percent, and another 4,500 by at least 10 percent, compared to their baseline years. Partners are saving 2.5% on average annually for a total of 36 billion BTUs of savings or $300 million since the program launched.
TOTAL number of  DATA CENTER in US  1538
100 rounds per combat MOS personnel on 5 MAG
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market  $ 3,076,000
Total Estimated DATA CENTER Market $ 3,076,000
Training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $2,500.00 per.
Estimated Training and Certification Market 2 Security Personnel per data center
Estimated Market $ 7,690,000
Total Data Center Market Value Estimate
$ 10,766,000
$ 2,153,200


Stadium and arenas are to of the most dangerous places in which a normal person can find themselves. Stadiums and arenas are made to get people in not out there for in a bad actor situation they are trapped. Drones have only made this matter worse and the fans, players, broadcasters, and staff more at risk. Although we currently have mediation of some of these risk by deploying anti-drone technology one area which up till now has never been addressed in a sufficient manner is the active shooter. An active shooter in a crowed stadium or arena is a pure nightmare for security and law enforcement. Stadium and arenas are built in a way for spectators to get a view of the field or court which is very conducive to accidental crossfire for weapons of both the shooter as well as the security or law enforcement trying to take the active shooter out.
Our Programmable Glass Bullet PGB can change the danger of this crossfire by setting the range the bullet will travel by law enforcement or security personnel. This is an especially important feature of our exclusive glass bullet. At the predetermined range, the bullet will turn to dust. This eliminates the cross-stadium or cross-court accidental killing or wounding of spectators. Included are the stadiums and arenas for each professional team in the United States and Canada that meet a set capacity minimum. Also included are college venues and high school championship facilities in the U.S. The seating criteria was established to try and eliminate extremely basic stadiums (like gyms or fields with just some bleachers). Excluded is grassy berm seating. The seating capacity limits are:
There are approximately 140 significant stadiums in the US and the list is in the link → Stadiums in United States of America .  29 full-time arenas
Of the 4,298 institutions listed by NCES, there were 1,626 public colleges, 1,687 private nonprofit schools and 985 for-profit schools in fall 2017. The data divide the institutions into categories such as four-year colleges and universities and two-year schools, often known as community colleges.
There are currently 357 American colleges and universities classified as Division I for NCAA competition. 49 of the 50 U.S. states, plus the District of Columbia, are represented. Only Alaska does not currently have a D-I institution.
TOTAL number institutions in US  4,298
500 rounds per combat MOS personnel on 25 MAG
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market  $ 42,980,000
Total Estimated Market $ 42,980,000
Training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $2,500.00 per.
Estimated Training and Certification Market 2 Security Personnel per data center
Estimated Market $ 21,490,000
Total Institutional Market Value Estimate
$ 64,470,000
$ 25,788,000


                                    Hydrogen, LNG, Natural Gas Ports, Pipelines & Transportation and Wells need protection

LNG CONSORTIUM PROJECT, LLC.  a subsidiary of Honor Valor Courage Corporation works in all areas of the LNG, Natural Gas, Hydrogen, Oil, Aviation Fuel and Diesel Fuel export business including security of the transportation of products by rail, truck, and ship. The PGB is an especially important advancement to this industry and the protection for bad actors. The ability to secure LNG, Gas and Hydrogen shipments is critical to the advancement of the industry. NG and Hydrogen are becoming a major component in the world’s economy but the need for protection around these critical storages and import and export center will only grow.
Hydrogen must be stored at extreme low temperatures and is invisible when burning and there for a bullet that could penetrate a pipe or transfer valve can be catastrophic. NG Gas will not explode if a bullet hit the tank but will burn white hot so anything in the area will burn or explode for LNG. The conversion of LNG for a gas to a liquid for shipping and reconverting back to gas is a dangerous process and a bullet hitting in that process is a major problem.
We can not say how important the PGB is to this industry.
America’s energy industry is booming. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, U.S. energy consumption, production, and exports all reached record highs last year.     
This is especially true for natural gas, with the U.S. leading the world in production. U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have also surged in recent years, as indicated in the visualization above. The U.S. is now a net exporter of both natural gas and LNG, sending shipments to dozens of countries around the world.
But how do LNG exports work? It all starts at export facilities, where natural gas is cooled to minus 260° Fahrenheit, the temperature required to change it to a liquid state. This makes natural gas 600 times smaller in volume, so it can be easily shipped. Next, the LNG is transported overseas in specialized LNG carrier ships that have super-cooled cryogenic tanks to keep the LNG stable. After the LNG ships arrive at import terminals, the LNG is warmed and returned to a gaseous state and injected into natural gas pipelines, where it can then be distributed to power plants to generate electricity or directly to homes and businesses for space heating. LNG can also be used to fuel natural gas-powered vehicles and ships.
The Energy Department’s Office of Fossil Energy plays a key role by authorizing which companies can export LNG from U.S. facilities. For instance, the Energy Department recently authorized exports from two future LNG facilities: Tellurian Inc.’s Driftwood project in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, and Sempra Energy’s Port Arthur project in Texas. Learn more about the authorization process and read the Office of Fossil Energy’s monthly and annual reports about U.S. LNG exports.
The U.S. natural gas pipeline network is a highly integrated network that moves natural gas throughout the continental United States. The pipeline network has about 3 million miles of mainline and other pipelines that link natural gas production areas and storage facilities with consumers. In 2019, this natural gas transportation network delivered about 28.3 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas to about 76.9 million customers.
What makes up this transportation network?
Transporting natural gas from production areas to consumers involves a series of steps that are generally carried out in the following order:
Gathering systems, primarily made up of small-diameter, low-pressure pipelines, move raw natural gas from the wellhead to a natural gas processing plant or to an interconnection with a larger mainline pipeline.
Natural gas processing plants separate hydrocarbon gas liquids, nonhydrocarbon gases, and water from the natural gas before the natural gas is delivered into a mainline transmission system.
Wide-diameter, high-pressure interstate transmission pipelines that cross state boundaries and intrastate transmission pipelines that operate within state boundaries transport natural gas from the producing and processing areas to storage facilities and distribution centers. Compressor stations (or pumping stations) on the pipeline network keep the natural gas flowing forward through the pipeline system.
Local distribution companies deliver natural gas to consumers through small-diameter, lower pressure service lines.
This make LNG and Natural Gas and now hydrogen which will be transported in the same manner one of the most hazardous material ever sent through pipes or over the roadways.
A standard bullet can penetrate the pipelines or tires on the trucks carrying LNG natural gas or Hydrogen and cause a catastrophic event in our cities or towns. A 5.56 bullet can penetrate the pipes at loading or unloading of all LNG, NS and Hydrogen points. It will not penetrate the tanks since that are double walled in all cases and the bullet may only penetrate the outer wall of the tank.
This is a critical issue with protection the locations from Bad Actors in that our own enforcement may initiate this unwanted result. With the PGB this is eliminated, and any missed round will turn to dust based on the setting by our shooter.
The number of drilled but uncompleted wells in seven key oil and natural gas production regions in the United States has increased over the last two years, reaching a high of 8,504 wells in February 2019, according to well counts in EIA’s Drilling Productivity Report (DPR).
TOTAL number wells in US  8,504, 10 LNG Ports in US @ 40 security personnel,  Storage Centers 120 @10 security personnel
100 rounds per security personnel on 5 MAG
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market  $ 20,208,000
Training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $2,500.00 per.
Estimated Training and Certification Market 2 Security Personnel per data center
Estimated Market $ 25,260,000
Total Institutional Market Value Estimate
$ 45,468,000
$ 18,187,200

                                                                    CIVILIAN  GUN OWNER  PERSONAL PRORECTION

20 rounds per household
Estimated cost per round $20.00
Estimated market  $ 80,000,000,000
Training and certification on the PROGRAMMABLE GLASS BULLET at our range $500.00 per.
Estimated Training Certification Market
Estimated Market $ 100,000,000,000
Total COMMERICAL Market Value Estimate
$ 180,000,000,000
$ 1,800,000,000

Total true market value

$ 6,702,642,638