Confined Space Rescue Training

We have a great training opportunity!!!! We are conducting confined space training on the WWII USS North Carolina Battleship. This class will be five days in length with night operations. The class is limited to 30 students on a first come first serve basis. We will be sending out a registration and letter to anyone who wishes to take this class, via email. In order to receive the registration, you must email us at to let us know that you wish to receive the info. The care takers of the Battleship has been so kind to allow us to train on one of the prides of WWII. As a added bonus , the original crew will be on board the ship during the week of our training. So this will be a great time to talk to the men who kept this great ship a float!

FYI USS North Carolina is said to be haunted!! :)

Email us if you wish to receive this flyer and cost.

ATTENTION!!! Due to high demand this class has been rescheduled for September 2011, email us if you would like to attend.

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