I've just been filling in forms for my painters to be trained in using a new (ish) product that will be replacing epoxy paints. I won't be naming the product , it is being used for anti corrosion by the US Navy and US Air force, no mention of the US Army though. The reason why I'm starting a thread about it is I've just this minute finished watching a promotional video where they showed an office with dummies sitting at the desks and an explosion goes off(simulating a car bomb) the results were dummies in pieces. Then they did it again but this time the office walls were covered in a thick elastomeric urethane coating. The wall stretched and went back into place with no flying pieces of wall or anything. The pentagon has been coated in this product. They also showed breeze blocks being coated then thrown off roof tops and filmed them bouncing down the street. Are the British fortifications being coated in this or similar? If not why not because they bl00dy well should be, talk about a cheap life saver.