TEMPE, AZ – June 13, 2011 – Don Andrus, VirTra Systems’ (VTSI.PK) President and COO, today announced that VirTra has sold two more of their top-of-the-line VirTra 300 LE, 5-screen weapon simulators. One system went to the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office in Hendersonville, North Carolina and the other to United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, North Dakota for their Criminal Justice department.
The purchase includes borderless screens, elevated training platforms plus a full sound effects package for each simulator. Trainee Monitoring and Recording (TMAR) was also included in the purchase for debrief capability both within the scenarios as well as classroom use. VirTra’s patent-pending Threat-Fire™ – return fire stimulators were ordered to enhance stress and realism during training. Rifle and handgun recoil kits were also purchased for use with the simulator as well as VirTra’s unique easy-to-use recoil kit refill station to further reduce operating costs.
“These purchases further demonstrate the wide acceptance of this product for both judgmental use of force and marksmanship training. The Law Enforcement communities as well as the Criminal Justice Colleges both recognize the need for simulator training at all levels. This incredible training tool is designed to enhance the skills for everyone, from a new trainee to a seasoned professional,” said Don Andrus the President and COO of VirTra.