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Environmental Tectonics Corporation's Simulation Division Receives New ADMS Contract from Netherlands Institute for Safety
Date:11/3/2008

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Environmental Tectonics Corporation's (Amex: ETC) ("ETC" or the "Company") Simulation Division today announced the signing of a contract with the Netherlands Institute for Safety, NIFV, to add new capabilities to their ADMS-ARFF, Advanced Disaster Management Simulator for Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting.

The contract consists of the development of a new military helicopter scenario consisting of AH-64 Apache helicopters parked in a flight line on an airbase. The scenario will be used to train firefighters, crew commanders and airport fire officers of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The training objectives defined for this scenario are incident command and airport fire truck operation for incidents involving Apache helicopters during refueling or weapons loading.

NIFV is a national center of expertise with four Academies: Fire Academy, Academy for Crisis Management, Emergency Medical Service Academy and Academy for Leadership. Since 2001 NIFV has trained thousands of emergency responders with their mobile ADMS team training systems. NIFV continually upgrades and expands their ADMS systems to improve and grow their training capabilities.

ADMS is a high fidelity interactive team training platform that offers a proven methodology to provide cost-effective synthetic incident and disaster management experience.

Since 1995, ADMS has been used to train emergency responders around the world to better prepare to respond to and mitigate incidents. ADMS enables response and rescue personnel to perform and enhance team and individual skill sets at all levels of response. It is also used to test and validate emergency response and management plans. ADMS bridges the gap between
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