When it comes to our training as secret agents, the idea is to prepare us for anything and everything. That includes training on how to hack a computer, take down an assassin, and even fly a plane.
I wouldn’t say I’m the most confident pilot but recently I had a very successful mission that involved me safely landing a private jet in a high stress situation.
I was working undercover and had infiltrated an organization known to sell weapons to terrorist organizations. My cover was that I was the middleman for a cartel looking to up their weapons cache.
The deal itself would take place on a private jet flying off the coast of Central America. The only gear I was able to take was my phone, a Galaxy A10 in a holster case. Using the phone, I hoped to record some audio or video evidence of the deal which we would need to arrest everyone when the plane landed.
The Galaxy A10 heavy duty case I was using was an IRON ARMOR2. I had specifically chosen the case for its premium drop and shockproof protection. It has a rugged dual layer construction and has been military grade standard drop tested. Since this was the only gear I would have - and I wasn’t sure what kind of situation I might end up in - I wanted to be prepared.
While things seemed to be going well as we boarded and took off, once we hit cruising altitude almost immediately I realized I had been betrayed. Someone (maybe one of my informants, I never found out for sure) had snitched and told the organization who I really was.
They had planned to take me out while on the jet where there was no chance of me calling for backup. Unfortunately for them, I’m very well trained in hand-to-hand combat.
After taking out the bodyguards, the pilots turned on the autopilot and came in for the attack. I was fighting for my life and not thinking about much else. Before I knew it, I had knocked both pilots unconscious and was left standing alone on the plane.
I needed to land the plane and quickly. I pulled out my Galaxy A10 holster case and called headquarters. I was a little surprised to see how undamaged my phone was after the fight. The screen was still perfect with the case’s tempered glass screen protector and raised bezel for extra screen protection.
Despite being thrown around the cabin of the jet, the case’s hybrid thermoplastic inner skin and outer durable polycarbonate frame with kickstand did their job. I know understood how the case could be rated to withstand drops from up to 2 meters.
Getting back to flying the plane though, I needed both hands to make this work. Headquarters got an expert on the phone who would help me through the process of landing the unfamiliar plane model. I turned on the speaker phone and clipped my Galaxy A10 rugged case into the holster with swivel belt clip included when I ordered it.
With the Galaxy A10 heavy duty case, the phone is still completely usable. The speakers where loud and clear and all buttons and ports on the phone were easily accessible.
I was able to quickly turn the plane around and land at an airforce base not far from our original location. A team of secret agents and local military swarmed the plane and were able to arrest everyone.
The Galaxy A10 rugged case definitely proved itself. It comes with 3 colors to choose from - black, blue, and rose - and I’m pretty sure I’ll be picking up another when I get home.
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- Rugged Dual Layer Construction
- Durable Polycarbonate Frame with Kickstand
- Hybrid Thermoplastic Inner Skin
- Raised Bezel for Extra Screen Protection
- Tempered Glass Screen Protector
- Holster with Swivel Belt Clip Included
- Military Grade Standard Drop Tested
- Withstands Drops from 2-Meters
- All Buttons & Ports Are Easily Accessible
- 3 Colors to Choose From
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