Used for centuries, tomahawks in one form or another have been a staple for survival in the wilderness or as a weapon in combat.  The American Indians used them quite effectively as a weapon.  The tomahawk surfaced again and was used by some special forces during the Vietnam war.  In todays’s world they have been carried and used by US Military personnel all over the globe.  Today’s tomahawk with modern designs and material offers more uses than ever before.  With modern steel and monolithic design tomahawks have incredible strength and power.  They can be used for camp chores, breaking chains and locks, breaching doors, cutting open cars, getting thru armor and various other task when a knife simply won’t do.  They are a very useful tool for LE, Firefighter or Civilian in certain situations.