OGO lets people know where you are and how you are.
Camp Pendleton, CA, June 1st, 2013 – Inception. Two Marines wanted to come up with a way to keep people safe before it got out of hand. They came up with Operation Get Out (OGO.) It’s not just another security gimmick. OGO is pocket sized peace-of-mind that can bring security to everyone at a price they can afford.
“We created Operation Get Out in the hopes of helping end child abductions, but what we wound up getting was so much more.” Said Mason Mangum, the applications creator. “I’ve always felt the need to take care of people who couldn’t do it for themselves. That’s why I joined the Marine Corps, but I didn’t really know what I was going to do after. That is, until I came up with Operation Get Out. It’s not a clunky gadget, it’s an app, so it’s on something you’ve already got. And I designed it to be simple, so that kids can use it too. It’s only real limitation is your imagination.”
OGO uses push notifications to make sure the messages get through even with the worst signal.
It also uses an emergency alarm system similar to an Amber Alert.
The OGO team is small. It boils down to Mason Mangum and Blake Altman two veterans who met in the United States Marine Corps.
For more information contact: Mason Mangum: firstname.lastname@example.org or Blake Altman: email@example.com