REB Technologies Inc. “REBTECH” of Bedford, Texas recently completed a NVIS STC modification to a R-44 operated by Southern Utah University.  This is the 6th R-44 that REBTECH has modified for NVG Flight for the S.U.U. flight training academy located in Cedar City Utah.  REBTECH has recently also modified for NVIS a Bell 206 L-4 for SUU.

“We have enjoyed a long and successful relationship with SUU and really enjoy working with them and modifying their fleet.  Their staff is always prepared for our technicians to get to the hanger and are extremely knowledgeable and helpful during the installation process.  REBTECH is proud to be a partner with SUU flight academy,” stated Richard Borkowski President of REBTECH.

“Southern Utah University has exclusively used REB Technologies for all of our helicopter NVG conversions. We continue to use them because of their exceptional workmanship, timely installation, and excellent customer service. All our installations have been planned to fit around our maintenance cycles. Typically, REB comes to our facility and installs the NVG conversions while the aircraft is already down for other inspections. This minimizes the overall down time. We will continue to use REB for all of our future NVG needs,” stated Richard Cannon, Department of Aerospace Sciences & Technologies Southern Utah University.


REBTECH, also known as REB Technologies, Inc. is a global industry leader providing advanced military and civil night vision aircraft lighting systems. Based in Bedford, Texas, the company has extensive experience developing night vision lighting for cockpit, cabin and crew stations as well as night vision systems for external airframe applications. REB Technologies has over 30 FAA, STC’s and EASA approved supplemental type certificates (STC) and has performed lighting modifications and installations for military and civil customers in Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, South, Central and North America. REB Technologies provides FAA approved instrument repair, overhaul and modification support as well as additional design, engineering and developmental services for military or civil aircraft applications upon request. For further information please contact Craig Allison at 817.285.7740 or via email at [email protected] or visit