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Humminbird DVD Contributors

Black Laser Learning® would like to thank all those individuals, corporations and organizations, which have contributed data and imagery to our Humminbird Training videos. It is through their contributions that Black Laser Learning® is able to provide the highest quality programs. Dive Rescue International Benton County Dive Rescue Team Putnam County Sheriff’s Department Yorktown Heights Fire Rescue Engine 55 Henderson…

Benton County Humminbird Training a Success

Over a dozen personnel from six agencies gathered in Bentonville Arkansas for a Black Laser Learning/Dive Rescue International advanced Humminbird training seminar. Agencies from as far away as Iowa and Kentucky made the trip south for a weekend of intensive training. Training started with a review of basic terminology, Humminbird functionality and sonar image analysis, followed by a day on…

Humminbird MEGA shines during Colorado search and rescue training exercises

Black Laser Learning® conducted joint training with Dive Rescue International, providing Colorado Springs fire rescue as well as visiting underwater search and rescue teams, an extensive workout with the Humminbird MEGA side-imaging sonar system. The primary emphasis was on locating drowning victims, which is an ongoing challenge for first responders. During the June 14 and 15 training sessions, hosted by…

Black Laser Learning® Releases 900-1100 Series Humminbird Side Imaging® Sonar Training DVD

July 20, 2013: Black Laser Learning, Inc.®, known worldwide for its in-depth sonar technology expertise and innovative training programs, today announced the release of the much-anticipated Not in the Manual Guide® to Underwater Search OPS with Humminbird® Side Imaging® Sonar DVD. The launch of the newest DVD in the Black Laser Learning® library is in response to numerous requests for…

Vince Capone presented on Apollo F-1 engine recovery at the Cosmosphere Space Museum

In 1969, the famous Apollo 11 mission landed the first two men on the moon. It was an enormous undertaking of men and machines. In 2013, a search expedition mounted by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, set out to find the massive F-1 engines from Apollo 11 near the Bermuda Triangle, in water depths of over 14,000 feet or 4,300 meters.…

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