ETC to Showcase Aviation, Space, and First Responder Training Technologies at Embassy Day on June 2–3rd, 2010 in Washington, DC, USA
Southampton, PA, May 26, 2010 —Environmental Tectonics Corporation’s (OTC Bulletin Board: ETCC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) NASTAR® Center will host this year’s “Embassy Day”, an exclusive educational training technology forum for military and technology attachés. Three ETC business units will showcase the latest in aerospace training technology and training programs for military, space, and first responder applications. Embassy Day is June 2nd and 3rd, 2010 at The Fairfax Hotel on Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, DC.
Showcased technologies include:
- Aircrew Training Systems – military and civil flight training equipment and operational support services
- NASTAR Center – aerospace training, research, and education programs and services
- ADMS – first responder emergency management training solutions
Government organizations can benefit from proper training of their airmen, astronauts, and first responders. In most cases, complex systems are being operated by the individual, and often, within stressful environments. Having the right tools and training can be vital to the health and safety of the individual, and to mission success.
For countries with established training centers, ETC offers Aircrew Training Systems training equipment for purchase. For countries without their own training centers, ETC offers the use of its full-service NASTAR Center in Philadelphia, PA, featuring high-fidelity equipment and associated training curricula. For government agencies with emergency management offices, ETC provides the Advanced Disaster Management System (ADMS) to better prepare first responders for emergency scenarios.
ETC training equipment, curriculum, and services are present in 87 countries including the United States where they are utilized by the United States Air Force (USAF) and United States Navy (USN).
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