DESCHAMPS proudly support the following organizations :

Please take some time to visit our partners websites to learn about the products that are offered.

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logo_enatENAT –
www.accessibletourism.org
European Network For Accessible Tourism


logo_NRPANational Recreation & Park Association –
www.nrpa.org
NRPA has advocated the importance of developing local park systems, the opportunity for all Americans to lead healthy, active lifestyles, and the preservation of great community places.


American Shore and Beach Preservation Association
logo_asbpa asbpa.org
The ASBPA recognizes that the shores, beaches and other coastal resources of America provide important quality-of-life assets within the reach of the largest possible number of people in accordance with the ideals of a democratic nation. This Association is dedicated to preserving, protecting and enhancing the beaches, shores and other coastal resources of America .

Adaptsurf – www.adaptsurf.org.br

The first Mobi-Mat® RecPathTM access in Brazil was deployed on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro by the NGO Adapt Surf Brazil with a project called Praia Acessivel (Accessible Beach) promoting enhanced surf accessibility and coastal preservation


logo_access_surfAccesSurf Hawaii Inc
www.accessurfhawaii.org
is a Non Profit Corporation that provides funding for permanent wheelchair beach mat paths on Hawaii beaches and adaptive aquatic equipment for the education and advancement of adaptive surfing instruction in Hawaii.


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Handiplagewww.handiplage.fr
French Association for Accessible Beaches

 

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IATA ( International Air Transport Association) – www.iata.orglogo_iata
IATA is an international trade body, created over 60 years ago by a group of airlines. Today, IATA represents some 250 airlines comprising 94% of the international scheduled air traffic. The organisation also represents, leads and serves the airline industry in general. A few years ago, IATA has gathered a group of Aircraft Recovery Specialists, Engineers, Aircraft Manufacturer and Equipment Suppliers to great a Task Force which discuss most A/C recovery challenges all over the world. This group organizes and regulates A/C Recovery practices all over the world and Deschamps Group is proud to be a partner of this Task Force.

IATA’s Aircraft Recovery Task Force (ARTF) assists the Engineering & Maintenance Group (EMG) in addressing aircraft recovery requirements for new larger aircraft. The EMG provides guidance to the ARTF and maintain oversight of its activities through the approval and review of the work programme..

Role of ARTF

• Work with OEMs to develop practical and safe aircraft recovery procedures to minimize secondary damage to the aircraft structure and minimizing exposure to health and safety risks
• Work with equipment manufacturers and make recommendations for the development of new recovery tools
• Recommend updates for ICAO Airport Services Manual (Doc 9137) Part 5 Removal of Disabled Aircraft
• Increase awareness of economic and operational impact of aircraft recovery.

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logo_gicatGICATwww.gicat.com
GICAT, was established in 1979 as the professional association for French companies involved in the development, manufacture, supply, servicing of equipment for the Army and groups today 130 companies involved in Land Equipment, Aeronautics, and Electronics systems.
GICAT is a major actor involved within the European structures which prepare and promote the European defense industry position It takes part, through the French Defense Industry Council ( CIDEF), to the activities of the Aerospace and Defense Industries Association of Europe ( ASD) which is the representative voice of European Fefense Industry.
In the framework of this body, GICAT, as a founder, participles actively to the European Land Defense Group ( ELDIG) and develop in this framework fruitful exchanges with the European Defense Agency ( EDA) GICAT maintains privilegied and regular relationship with its non European partners, with the Asociation of United States Army (AUSA) in particular.

AUSAwww.auslogo_ausaa.org
Since 1950, the Association of the United States Army has worked to support all aspects of national security while advancing the interests of America’s Army and the men and women who serve. AUSA is a private, non-profit educational organization that supports America’s Army – Active, National Guard, Reserve, Civilians, Retirees and family members.
AUSA provides numerous Professional Development Opportunities at a variety of events both local and national.

logo_aeaArmy Engineer Associationwww.armyengineer.com
The AEA is a non-profit organization to support the Army Corps of Engineers total family of soldiers and civilians, with programs and services not available elsewhere. The primary role of the AEA is to promote all aspects of Army Engineering in its multiple missions of national defense, nation building and humanitarian support. This encompasses all military and civil works responsibilities of U.S. Army troop units and the Corps of Engineers.

Army Aviation Association Of America logo_aaa www.quad-a.org/
The Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) was formed in early 1957 by a small group of senior aviation officers in the active Army, the Reserve Forces of the U.S. Army, and Industry. Over the years, AAAA has served as the professional cohesive force that has held the Army Aviation community together, creating a forum for aviators in the diverse branches to exchange ideas and share experiences.