Night Flight Concepts®, the premier night vision provider of high-quality night vision equipment, maintenance and training courses, reminds everyone that the start of the New Year is the perfect time to review NVG programs and operations.
Online PR News – 28-January-2014 – Bedford, Texas – Night Flight Concepts®, the premier night vision provider of high-quality night vision equipment, maintenance and training courses, reminds everyone that the start of the New Year is the perfect time to review NVG programs and operations.
“The start of a New Year is the perfect time to take stock and assess where a company’s NVG Program sits,” says Adam Aldous, CEO and president of Night Flight Concepts. “Obtaining an accurate portrait of a company’s NVG Program early in the year will afford ample time for creating a plan for adjustments and maintenance, ensuring that all aspects of the program are updated and being maintained properly.”
All of Night Flight Concept’s training and maintenance offerings follow the regulations, standards and guidelines as set forth by the applicable regulatory authorities. With aircrew, NVG maintenance and computer-based training courses, Night Flight Concepts has the tools needed to optimize the performance and effectiveness of any NVG Program.
For more information on NVG Program maintenance, training or equipment, please visit the Night Flight Concepts website.
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 has 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.”