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US Military using SEFtec HUET during training at Fort Rucker

Posted: April 21, 2011

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SEFtec installed a custom military HUET (helicopter underwater escape trainer) at Fort Rucker Alabama. This unit replaced 2 METS dunkers at the site and has been used to train the US military ever since.

This video shows a news report by Patrick Claybon of News4, WTVY on May 11th 2009. read more…

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Dublin Fire Brigade Return to NMCI

Posted: November 18, 2010

We were thrilled to have the Dublin Fire Brigade down at the NMCI this week.  The Brigade came down to the college to complete our Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET).  This course helps the fire brigade to familiarise themselves with Helicopter emergencies where they learn how to escape a helicopter if it ditches.  The fire bridge has been coming down to the NMCI for the past 3 years, every year they send down 32 staff to complete safety training. read more…

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RTE Stars Arrive at NMCI

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rescue photoWe were thrilled to have the stars of RTE’s “Rescue 117” TV Show come down to the NMCI today to complete our Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) course.  We are very proud to continue our loyal and longstanding relationship with the Irish Coast Guard as they have been completing their refresher training at the NMCI for  many years.  All of us at the NMCI have been glued to the screens watching the show which follows the Irish Coast Guard’s helicopter Search and Rescue service, as they battle to save lives in one of the most hostile environments in the world.  The Irish Coast Guard’s (CHC Ireland) enjoyed the HUET and Firefighting Training immensely, as they got the opportunity to practice and demonstrate skills which are not possible to practice offshore during drills, exercises and offshore training. read more…

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