posted on March 01, 2013 09:16
Bedford, Texas - Night Flight Concepts, the premier night vision provider of high quality night vision equipment, maintenance, and training procedures, welcomes the New Year with advice on how to prepare and maintain your Night Vision Goggle Program during 2013.
“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.”
Over the course of the next five weeks, Night Flight Concepts will be posting a blog series that will outline the proper course that should be taken to assess and maintain a company’s NVG Program. The blogs will be broken into the following topics:
• NVG Maintenance and Operations Planning
• Annual and Semiannual Training – Computer Based Training
• Aircraft Lighting Continued Airworthiness Standards
• Considerations for an Effective Standard Operating Procedures Manual
• NVG Equipment and Technical Knowledge – Regulatory Requirements Compliance
Night Flight Concepts invites all “First Responders” to follow the blog post series and use the checklists to determine the current effectiveness and maintenance plan needed for their NVG Program. The first blog is scheduled for distribution on Thursday, January 24, 2013.
About Night Flight Concepts
Night Flight Concepts (NFC) is a comprehensive night vision technology (NVT) provider specializing in night vision goggle (NVG) pilot and crewmember flight training, NVG service & maintenance repair, NVG maintenance technician training, and night vision program support for law enforcement agencies, air medical/rescue services, military organizations, and government task force agencies worldwide.