Survival Systems Training has been a leader and innovator in aviation survival training since 1996. Last year, VLinc’s CEO, Mario Vittone, visited SST in Halifax, Nova Scotia and toured their new multi-million dollar Military Aviation Survival Training (MAST) facility while it was still under construction. His take?
It is the absolute best training venue of […]
Florida Maritime Training Academy recently contracted VLinc to provide instructional design and deliver support for it’s training facility in Fort Pierce, Florida. Lead Maritime Instructor, Michael Carr, will provide act as the lead maritime trainer for FMTA courses, and VLinc will work to update all training products and assist the Coast Guard approved training facility […]
Mario Vittone, CEO of VLinc, will be speaking at the International Maritime Rescue Federation’s World Maritime Rescue Congress 2015 in Bremerhaven, Germany.
“The IMRF Congress is a true conference. It is designed to enable people from search and rescue (SAR) services all around the world to talk together, to confer, about a wide range of subjects […]
Pathways to the Abyss showcases deepwater marine habitats of two mid-Atlantic Canyons located 100 miles offshore Virginia and Maryland. Research findings from the study are significant and depict a biologically rich region that had not been fully explored in the past.
We are very pleased to announce that Mr. Michael Carr (CWO4 Retired) has accepted a position with VLinc Corporation as our Senior Maritime Instructor. After 30 years of combined military service, CWO4 Carr will retire a legend in Army Watercraft community. A graduate of the Coast Guard Academy class of 1977, Carr’s service to the U.S. Coast […]
VLinc is proud to announce its acceptance as an American Red Cross Licensed Training Provider. With this enhanced ability to provide workplace safety and health training, VLinc will be able to better serve organizations by providing a range of fully accredited Red Cross First Aid, AED, and CPR courses and be prepared for real-life emergencies.
VLinc Corporation has been awarded a prime contract to provide Wiring Harness Support Services to the U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. For the first year under this contract, VLinc will employ fifteen mechanics, electricians, and support personnel to disassemble, inspect, manufacture, repair, overhaul, test, install, and modify electrical wiring harnesses for both aircraft and ground support equipment.