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Laser Shot is currently seeking a Home Theater Sales Associate for Wholesale Dealer and Retail Sales in our Stafford, TX office. This is an excellent opportunity for a person with high energy, is persistent, a problem-solver, and has a can do attitude.Our ideal candidate will achieve outstanding personal sales results by ensuring all customers are provided exceptional customer service through sales of products and services with appropriate customer interaction.  This position has unlimited earning potential and offers plenty of room for professional advancement.


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Laser Shot Bringing Space-Age Firearm Training to Africa
February 8, 2013 | Filed under: Africa,Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff

Simulation training is widely used by militaries around the globe

AFRICANGLOBE – Simulation is the fast growing method of training the military due to its effectiveness, low cost and quick training time. Africa is lagging behind the rest of the world in this area, but Laser Shot South Africa aims to change this by offering innovative game-like firearm training to militaries, police forces and security companies across the region.

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LaserShot simulation trains police recruits for firearm situations
By Aaron Bracamontes / El Paso
Posted:   11/04/2011 02:08:22 PM MDT
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The El Paso Police Department is using the latest in video simulation technology to train its future officers in real-life firearm situations. The department demonstrated the Lasershot program Friday at the Police Academy.

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Combat Simulation Prepares Riverine Sailors for Deployment

Story Number: NNS121116-11
Release Date: 11/16/2012 12:58:00 PM
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kay Savarese, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Public Affairs


PORTSMOUTH, Va. (NNS) -- Thirteen Sailors from Coastal Riverine Group (CORIVGRU) 2 completed training with the use of a combat simulator during an Embarked Security Combat Skills (ESCS) course in Portsmouth, Va., Nov. 16.
Embarked security teams board high-value assets to provide force protection to noncombatant Military Sealift Command (MCS) vessels and contracted ships around the world, ensuring safe passage for the ships and crews, specifically within the 5th Fleet Area of Responsibility.
"We teach them all the basic tools and fundamentals they need to conduct embarked security team missions," said Master-at-Arms 1st Class Beverly Henson, ESCS instructor and coordinator. "While deployed, these teams protect ships that are contracted by the Navy but don't have the weapons to defend themselves efficiently through dangerous areas."
The training course utilizes the Laser Shoot Littoral Combat Simulator, developed by Laser Shot and Virtual Battle Space 2, to help prepare the students for the challenges of their upcoming deployment to Bahrain by exposing them to scenarios they may encounter.
"This training is kind of a crash course to prepare us for deployment," said Master-at-Arms Seaman Lance Shults, a student attending the course. "I have never done anything like this before. It's all brand new to me. We're getting all the training we can here, so we're prepared for when we get to Bahrain."
The simulator enhances the classroom portion of the course, bringing a sense of realism to training scenarios by using a central platform surrounded by screens. An instructor controls a computer, which projects an image of the open ocean onto the screens as well as an array of variables - ships, small watercraft, floating objects, etc., the students may encounter while on deployment. The central platform serves as the vessel from which the students operate, utilizing a system of hydraulics to simulate the movements of an actual boat.

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Issue #1, 2013 of Military Training & Simulation News features Laser Shot, taking an in-depth look at new developments in simulated training.

>Click here to download the .pdf  article.

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Laser Shot featured in Tactical-Life's Special Weapons for Military & Police magazine by R. Jordan
Special Weapons, America’s leading source on ARs, sniper rifles, carbines, spec-ops teams, foreign operators, historical battle weapons, optics and accessories, is stuffed with top-notch reviews, reports, profiles and tactics.   Robert at Tactical-Life's Special Weapons for M...
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Laser Shot's HT systems featured on Western Shooting Journal magazine by R. Alexander
Western Shooting Journal is published by Media Index Publishing Group of Seattle. They are regionally oriented yet national-in-scope magazine for Western firearms and gun-lifestyle enthusiasts. Published monthly, catering to all firearms titles on newsstands today are basic “gun review” pieces. S...
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