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The O'Gara Group welcomes Congressman John Boehner at its O'Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company facility in West Chester, Ohio

Cincinnati, OH (February 17, 2014) – The O’Gara Group, Inc., a diverse provider of security and defense products and services, announced that Congressman John Boehner visited its O’Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company facility in West Chester, Ohio. Congressman Boehner toured the facility, which is in his Congressional District, where he met with his constituents.

O’Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company has been armoring commercial armored vehicles and tactical wheeled vehicles at its West Chester facility since the 1980s. Bill O’Gara, CEO of The O’Gara Group, said “During that period O’Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt has armored tens of thousands of vehicles most of which have been used by US soldiers, diplomats and other government personnel.”

The O’Gara Group, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, provides global security and defense products and services for use in counter-terrorism. The core executive team has over sixty years of experience in management and acquisition of defense and security businesses on a world-wide basis in both public and private companies. The O’Gara Group operates through three groups: Training and Services, Mobile Systems and Sensor Systems.

O’Gara enables its customers to effectively protect and preserve lives and assets by providing comprehensive security and counter-terrorism training both domestically and internationally; passenger vehicles with integrated ballistic and blast armor; and provides unique night vision, tagging, marking and locating technologies.

Customers include governments, military, homeland security, and commercial customers.

“We were delighted that our Congressman Boehner visited and that we had the opportunity to showcase for him and his staff our workforce and products.”

Tony Russell
President
The O’Gara Group
Mobile Systems Division


Congressman Boehner observed O'Gara's unique in-house transparent armor production facility during his tour of the facility