The IR Sniper Detector. It bounces IR beams off any scoped weapon, creating a flare that allows players to locate campers from across the map.
The M2 SLAM Charge is a sticky proximity mine that can be placed on any wall, ceiling, floor or vehicle surface to eliminate vehicles and enemy infantry.
Dragon Skin® armor, which is a flexible body armor system already credited with more than 392 confirmed saves during combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Full List of Real-World Spy Gear in Breach:
Remote Motion Sensor
IR Sniper Detector
M2 SLAM Charge
M79 Pirate Cannon
No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country.
George S. Patton
Dragon Skin was banned from in-theater a few years ago. The armor was suffering catastrophic failures during government stress tests, to put it succinctly. The adhesive used to keep the armor tiles in place on the inner fabric failed when exposed to Army test standards of 165F (over 6 hours), resulting in first-shot complete penetration.
Pinnacle made a big stink about the Army failing their Dragon Skin, claiming it passed NIJ test standards and that Big Army was deliberately ****-canning DS in favor of Point Blank's Interceptor vests. However, the NIJ tests Pinnacle performed upon Dragon Skin weren't as stringent as the Army tests for armor. It was quite the drama back then.