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Hannah Gordon from ASU addresses the media at the AMTC Show announcing that they will be


initiating and sponsoring the inaugural Night Vision Awards. These awards are being established to recognize companies for proven leadership in Night Vision Operations.


who raise awareness about the need for Night Vision Goggles, help other organizations obtain Night Vision Goggles or work to bring goggles to their own fleet to enhance safety in their commu- nity.


The Mark of Excellence Award will recognizes


a company or operation that signifies dedication to quality and excellence in their operation. The International Advancement Award will be given to companies that champion the need for Night Vision Goggles and systems outside of North America. All companies receiving the awards should be


actively using Night Vision Goggles and Night Visions Systems for a period of at least one year in order to be considered for the awards. “Any company using night vision systems and


goggles for more than a year are eligible to win the award,” said Atwood.


FAA CHOOSES ASU In its 15th year of operations, ASU accom-


plished many milestones. The company was award- ed their second exclusive contract to train FAA inspectors. ASU is the only company that has been training the inspectors since the FAA began the process of training them on night vision. ASU has trained more than 50 inspectors already. Inspectors will receive both initial and recurrent training. During the past 15 years ASU has trained


approximately 1,100 pilots and 2,600 crew members. The company has com-


pleted nearly 500 cockpits. In the U.S., ASU has worked in all 50 states; globally, ASU has worked in 38 countries and performed completions for cus- tomers throughout the world. Although it cannot be quantified, the number


of accidents that have been avoided because of ASU’s efforts is what ASU is most proud of. Atwood and the staff at ASU are proud to have served the industry for these 15 years.


This year


alone ASU has completed training for the Irish National Defense, modifications for San Diego Police Department and Phoenix Police Department amongst many others. “It is an extreme honor to work with dedicat-


ed, loyal and professional group of people in the helicopter industry. They have made this past 15 years a wonderful experience. We look forward to promoting aviation safety, for the next 15 years,” said Atwood. Additional information about the awards, nom-


ination forms and information on ASU can be found by visiting their website, http://www.asu- nvg.com/. abcd


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