Night Flight Concepts has created a new infographic focusing on laser strike readiness.
Online PR News – 11-June-2013 – Bedford, Texas – Night Flight Concepts, the premier provider of night vision solutions, has created a new infographic focusing on laser strike readiness. As the annual number of laser strikes on both military and civilian aircraft increase, the topic of laser strike readiness is becoming more pressing.
"The goal with this infographic is to arm military, civilian and first responder personnel with the tools they need to identify, prepare for and recover from laser strikes," stated Adam Aldous, Night Flight Concepts President & CEO. "Our Laser ArmorTM glasses are must have equipment for any night flight operation as they offer the optimal protection from the rising number of laser strikes."
The Laser ArmorTM: Laser Strike Readiness infographic is perfect for any office, training area or crew room; serving as a constant reminder of how to properly prepare and defend against laser strikes. A free, downloadable copy of the infographic can be found at http://nightflightconcepts.com/laser-defense/. To obtain a poser size copy of the informative infographic, visit www.nightflightconcepts.com and request one today!
About Night Flight Concepts (www.nightflightconcepts.com)
Night Flight Concepts assists organizations from around the globe, providing comprehensive night vision solutions featuring training, equipment, maintenance services, and consulting options.
Night Flight Concepts was formed in 2006 by experienced civil and U.S. Army aviators, maintenance technicians, and safety officers. The company has over 50 combined years of aviation experience and performed flight operations around the globe and in all environments.
Night Flight Concepts was formed to meet the challenging need and continuing growth of night vision goggle (NVG) operations within the United States and abroad, particularly for law enforcement agencies, air medical/rescue services, military organizations, and government task force agencies; our “First Responders.”