On the first leg of our U.S. tour, we visit the Garrett Metal Detectors factory in Garland, Texas. Senior Vice President Mr Vaughan Garrett outlines the history of the company and demonstrates the historic prototype detectors developed by Mr Charles Garrett that lead to the first Garrett Hunter in 1964. In further episodes, we will be visiting the factory floor to see how the detectors are manufactured, and speak to Mr Brent Weaver, Senior Engineer at Garrett. Brent is responsible for the design and development of the AT series of detectors, the AT Pro, AT Gold and ATX.
These holidays join with us as we search for Civil War relics in Tennessee, and prospect for gold in the Sierra Nevada mountains in California. We will also be visiting the Garrett Metal Detectors factory in Garland, Texas and speaking with key personnel, along with a tour of the factory floor where all the Garrett detectors are manufactured. We hope you enjoy this upcoming series of videos from our visit to the USA with Garrett Australia.
Colleen returns to the editors desk with this 11 minute extravaganza as we join with fellow relic hunter Glen at the site of a WW2 Australian Army Heavy Coastal Defence Battery. Some nice old military relics come to light in a very scenic seaside location.