Military 100-MPH Duct Tape

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Duct tape emerged from the trenches of World War II to become the all-American tool.

Military 100-MPH Duct Tape

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It's called 100-MPH Tape because it was used duirng the Vietnam War to repair helicopter rotor blades and could withstand winds up to 100 miles per hour. The U.S. Navy used it as 1,000-MPH Tape to repair the dome that fits over a radar antenna on the nose cone of an airplane. It's one tough tape with a thousand uses! Each.