Being a police aviation officer is a highly sought-after position. Extensive training and significant professional achievements are required to succeed in this role.
Furthermore, additional training from a Federal Aviation Administration-approved flight school for aviation NVG’s is one of the industry best practices police aviation officers must follow.
At Night Flight Concepts, we’re a team of former Army aviators with years of experience, committed to bringing our expertise to help our brothers and sisters in blue do their duty.
Utilizing the technology available to law enforcement is a vital step to accomplishing missions safely and effectively. Any technological advancement that the police force can leverage to watch their six is an essential tool.
We have all the necessary tools and equipment to train officers in operating aviation NVG’s during aerial missions.
On top of being both a licensed pilot and police officer, airborne police forces rely on night vision goggles – not just for overall aviation safety, but also to maintain a tactical advantage, enhance missions, and mitigate risks.
We have been a leading provider of night vision program support for law enforcement agencies in the US and across the globe.
We understand the responsibility that law enforcement and homeland security personnel hold when it comes to facing threats – both domestic and foreign. Thus, we aim to provide the visual perception and acuity they require during night operations.
Whether it’s law enforcement aerial surveillance, deploying and transporting special operations units like counter-terrorism or SWAT, pursuing fugitives, or maintaining awareness of the surrounding air space, law enforcement aviation responsibilities are vital.
To get the most out of aviation NVG's, your agency must invest in proper initial and recurrent training.
Our training programs are designed and developed by former experienced former army operatives. They are expertly capable of training law enforcement officers on how to safely and effectively operate aviation NVG's.
Night Flight Concepts offer aviation NVG training courses for Initial Qualification, Recurrent-training, and Instructor Pilot Certification.
We are proud to serve law enforcement agencies across the country by providing the best NVG solutions. This technology offers the protection and advantage our officers need during aerial missions.
Our aviation NVG solutions – including training, inspection, service, and maintenance – are exceptionally crafted for law enforcement and security application so officers can confidently conduct operations.
We have the authority to issue an FAA Form 8130 Airworthiness Approval Tag with FAA-approved process specifications.
We also have capability and authorization to inspect all components of aviation NVG’s and replace them if needed.
We have highly-skilled and experienced NVG technicians at our repair station. We also use the latest inspection equipment and repair methods.
If your NVG is up for its 180-day inspection, please complete our shipping form and send it to our facility for proper inspection and repair.
Once we complete our extensive inspection, we will send the device back to you along with the airworthiness compliance certificate, complete test data sheet, and maintenance logbook.
With a demanding profession, law enforcement officers need top-of-the-line gadgets and equipment to help them perform their duty.
Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) is an exceptional benefit to law enforcement aviation operations. During aerial night missions, it’s unavoidable to fly over remote areas with little to no illumination. For these situations, the aviation night vision goggles police use allow them to fly safely and meet their operational requirements.
NVG-aided aerial operations are also hugely beneficial for navigation, terrain interpretation, and identification of landing sites.
The best Generation 3 NVG’s, such as the Harris F4949 (formerly ITT night vision goggles) and L3 EOS M949 (formerly Litton/Northrop Grumman) are also known as the military classification AN/AVS-9.
If your agency needs assistance testing, evaluating, or operating any generation of aviation NVG equipment, we can help. Call us at (866) 957-6912 or complete our contact form.