Florida SAR Volunteers Get Navigation Training

Press Release
Sunday, February 10, 2013

NavTeach.com to provide USCG navigation rules training to ESAR, Escambia County Search & Rescue volunteers.

Public service organizations like ESAR are always on call, continiously ready to assist and respond to any on the water emergency and recovery. Understanding the maritime navigation rules of the road is crucial to that primary mission and the focus of NavTeach.com.

ESAR, Escambia County Search and Rescue, an all volunteer group of law enforcement, rescue, and former military professionals has scheduled NavTeach.com to hold advanced marine navigation training in March 2013 at their operations center located in Pensacola, FL. Objective of the training syllabus is to hone the critical skills necessary to safely operate in any maritime environment, traffic density, and improve the probability of successful outcomes in search and rescue operations. This will enable the organization to better assist the U.S. Coast Guard, local, and state agencies in fulfilling their core missions to public safety.
 

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