Wednesday, March 11, 2015

I wonder if the demand for personal locator beacons are rising?

It’s sad. 365 days after the disappearance of Malaysia airlines flight MH370, the report that was recently published offered no satisfactory answers. The locator beacon without a battery was a false hope indeed.

The emotion was touching. The sadness could be felt even when the victims were not related to you.

One of the posters, “Dad I miss you,” stirred a nerve in me.

In Nigeria, the Chibok girls abducted on April 14, 2014 have not yet been found. The President, Goodluck Jonathan, made a promise recently that the girls were safe. At the approach of another anniversary for dearly beloved missing persons, we could be faced with another false hope? Maybe, maybe not! I’d place my cards on the maybe.

If I was taking a trek to the mountains, going scuba diving, or visiting Northern Nigeria, I’d be wise to take along a personal locator beacon. Did you know locator beacons could also be fitted to one’s person?

I searched on Google and found some myself. Like this site that offers personal locator beacons for rent. I was wondering: maybe the demand for locator beacons should be on the rise!

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