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Boaters Snow Mobilers
Hikers

Locate a man overboard in the dark. Find mooring balls and fishing gear. Signal other boats and aircraft in search and rescue emergencies.

Find cabins, trail markers, vehicles and other riders in the dark. Signal for help for distances up to 20 miles or better.

From scanning a trail for markers to signaling your companions, finding where you placed that hidden supply of food or equipment, or simply signaling for assistance. The Rescue Laser Light and Rescue Laser Flare? Magnum are, ounce for ounce, your best bet for safety and identification.

     
Kayakers Campers

Mountain Climbers

Signal for help, warn oncoming boats of your presence or locate your gear at night. The waterproof design of the Rescue Laser Products make it a practicle survival tool for kayakers.

Campers can identify their trails to and from camp using reflective tape and a laser, while others will chose to mark tents, boats, and other equipment for quick identification against the surrounding terrain. Put reflective materials on the kids and know that you'll be able to "see" them when conventional lighting won't.

Against the backdrop of granite, climbers have often been difficult to locate. Using a Rescue Laser Light or Rescue Laser Flare? Magnum, climbers using reflective materials will be able to locate each other. Reflective fibers woven into lines will render those lines much more visible under laser light.

     

Police Officers

Fire Fighters

Search and Rescue Personnel

Now Police Officers can signal the helicopter overhead while in foot pursuit, or use a Rescue Laser Flare? Magnum and reflective materials for marking roadways and crime scenes. Imagine using the line properties to determine trajectories, identify points or locations to other officers, or signal each other over great distances. Reflective surfaces like taillight reflectors and license plates sparkle when hit with laser light, and seem to jump off their surfaces. Mark equipment and items for easy location in even the darkest environments.

Knowing where your partner is in a burning building may mean the difference between life and death. Laser light penetrates smoke and haze better than conventional lights and will help you find the reflective clothing on another fireman. Additionally, our patented systems are available in several models, all with the unmistakable characteristic of being able to provide a sheet of laser light to guide your way out, and home. Because it generates no heat, is portable and completely safe to use in flammable environments, it is the one light you need when your life may depend on it.

With the incorporation of reflective materials in everything we wear, from hats to shoes, and in the accessories we take with us, it makes sense to have a Rescue Laser. Anything you can use to make your detection process better you should include in your gear. Imagine, seeing the .75 inch square "N" on a pair of New Balance shoes at over .5 mile in the dark. We call that remarkable! Laser light will open up new possibilities for search operations and allow you to continue searching when darkness limited your search before. Mark K-P's, equipment, trails, search areas, signal air crews and other searchers. The possibilities are endless.

     
Parents

Military Personnel

Skiers

Imagine losing a child in the wilderness, at the beach, or any other open terrain at night. By having them wear retro-reflective clothing items you will be able to scan the terrain and pick them up better than using the naked eye alone. Training children to find an open space and "show their face" will give search and rescue crews a greater opportunity to find them as well. And if those crews have a Greatland Laser product, their chances of finding them will be increased as well. For signaling the gang to head back to camp, to locating camps and kids, nothing works like a Greatland Laser.

The US Navy reported in a 2003 Aviation Survival Gear Field Test that "this signal laser is perhaps one of the best night signals invented." The Rescue Laser Light has been a popular addition to survival kits used by U.S. Army and Air Force personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA) successfully tested Greatland LaserĄ¯s signaling devices in 2006. Results from a test of the Green Rescue Laser Flare? with the 12th Aviation Battalion at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia found "an individual on the ground was able to successfully signal an aircraft flying at 2,000 feet out of five nautical miles during daylight to dusk condition." During Desert Rescue, the Green Rescue Laser Flare? was used to signal the rescue helicopter flying at approximately 50 ¨C 200 feet out at two nautical miles in midday and full sun. The aircrew stated they were able to quickly pick up the bright flashes from the laser and vector in on the survivor.

Advances in ski clothing include the addition of retro reflective materials to gloves and other clothing articles. Ski equipment can also be easily marked with reflective materials that make the Rescue Laser your best bet in locating that equipment when it's lost in the field. Against the snow, the line drawing properties of these products will aid showing others the "best line" of a slope or run.

     
Pilots    
   

With the Rescue Laser you can detect ice on your wings without losing your night vision and signal your position in an emergency at distances up to 20 miles or better.

   
 
 
 
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