Tuesday, August 7, 2012

 

A Los Angeles County Fire Department rescue helicopter was used to conduct a night hoist rescue of a hiker trapped 200 feet above the Mojave River, and 600 feet below the top of the rock formation Thursday evening according to the San Bernardino County Fire Department officials.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 8/7/2012 3:10:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

 

The Night Vision Awards were presented at the Airborne Law Enforcement Agency's (ALEA) Annual Trade Show and Convention in Reno, Nevada before a crowd of approximately 300 people at the Peppermill Resort.

"It was great to honor the accomplishments of these great law enforcement organizations," said Aviation Specialties Unlimited Director of Sales and Marketing Hannah Gordon. "Each winner has compelling stories about how of night vision systems aided them in their mission to protect and serve their communities."

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 7/25/2012 3:46:00 PM in ASU News

 

 

Friday, July 6, 2012

 

Times-Herald staff report/timesheraldonline.com Posted: 07/04/2012 01:01:45 AM PDT
 
California Highway Patrol officers used a helicopter Tuesday to locate and rescue a lost and injured hiker. The 53-year-old man from Lake County started hiking at about 5 p.m. Monday near the Napa and Lake county lines, a CHP officer said. At about 9 p.m., he realized he was lost and did not have cellphone reception. The man was trying to head to a creek when he slipped and fell down an embankment into a ravine, the CHP officer said. The Napa County Fire Department began looking for the hiker, eventually calling in a CHP helicopter for help, the CHP officer said.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 7/6/2012 4:50:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

 

CALSTAR 6 air ambulance pilots operating helicopters around Lake Tahoe are successfully using military-grade night vision goggles to navigate around mountain peaks and bad weather to transport patients from the South Lake Tahoe (California) area to emergency rooms in Reno.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 6/27/2012 9:48:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

 

Equipped with new night vision technology, Brevard's only air ambulance can now fly closer, faster, and safer than ever before. From full-ICU capabilities to all the latest flying gadgets, see how First Flight delivers trauma patients from death's door to the hospital doorstep — saving the day, and burning the midnight oil.

 

  Posted by asunewadmin at 6/27/2012 9:46:00 PM in ASU News / Night Vision in the News

 

 

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