The third quarter that ended July 1 was flat for Johnson Outdoors, the U.S. company that markets the Eureka! brand of tents and which was the owner of Jack Wolfskin for quite a while in the now distant past. Sales were down by 1 percent and reached $122.5 million.Operating profit was down from $13.4 to 11.8 million compared with the third quarter in the previous year. Outdoor-related sales fell by 16 percent, partially due to a 37 percent drop in the military business after the U.S. government cut spending in the sector. Altogether, the outdoor division's turnover dropped from $15.8 million to 11.3 million for the third quarter and from $38.1 million to $32.1 million for the first nine months of the fiscal year.