Georgia State Highway Patrol begins Night Vision Goggles (NVG) maintenance service with Night Flight ConceptsÂ®
Online PR News – 22-November-2013 – Bedford, Texas – The Georgia State Highway Patrol recently began a Night Vision Goggles (NVG) maintenance service with Night Flight ConceptsÂ®.
â€śWe are pleased to be starting an NVG maintenance relationship with the Georgia State Highway Patrol,â€ť states David Luke, Vice-President Night Flight ConceptsÂ®. â€śWe believe in building lasting relationships with our clients by offering best-in-class service, top of the market products and in keeping them abreast of the latest news in technology and NVG regulations.â€ť
Night Flight ConceptsÂ® owns and operates an FAA approved Part 145 NVG Repair Station (certification #N5ZR113B), which provides them with the authority to conduct and certify the air worthiness of inspections. Night Flight ConceptsÂ® is also authorized to remove and replace the parts of NVGs and to complete repairs on night vision imaging systems as needed.
About Night Flight Concepts (www.nightflightconcepts.com)
Night Flight ConceptsÂ® assists organizations from around the globe, providing comprehensive night vision solutions featuring training, equipment, maintenance services, and consulting options.
Night Flight ConceptsÂ® 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 ConceptsÂ® 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 â€śFirst Responders.â€ť
About the Georgia Highway Patrol
"Wisdom, Justice and Moderation" has been the motto of the Georgia State Patrol since its inception in March 1937. It was the motoring public who first advocated the need for the Department of Public Safety. Traffic fatalities, increased crime, and a need for a larger law enforcement agency with statewide arrest powers, led Georgia lawmakers to create the State Patrol. In the summer of 1937, the first Trooper School was held at Georgia Tech and graduated 80 Troopers. To date, the Georgia State Patrol has graduated 86 Trooper Schools.
Since its beginnings, the Georgia State Patrol has been one of the leading law enforcement agencies in the country with regards to new technology and innovations. Georgia State Patrol was the first agency to equip all of its patrol cars with dash-mounted cameras. Each trooper on patrol in Georgia has specialized training in the Pursuit Intervention Technique (P.I.T.). This method allows Troopers to end pursuits quickly by putting the fleeing vehicle in a controlled spin.