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Air Medical Ltd
AirMed has an exciting opportunity for a Safety Management System Manager within their growing speci

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The Danish Air Force recently released video footage showing troop transport helicopters engaging in medical evacuation training operations in northern Afghanistan.

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CrashPossibly the most challenging experience, personally and professionally, for an air ambulance provider is a serious crash involving one of its aircraft.

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Rotary

Helicopter crews of the National Police Air Service (NPAS) of England and Wales now have a brand new emergency egress training device.

The first ever 24-hour helicopter medevac service was recently launched in the Cooper Basin, at the heart of the Australian outback.

Fixed wing

The chief coroner of Yukon has set out a number of recommendations aimed at improving the quality of care given during aeromedical transfer missions.

On 31 August, Jet Rescue responded to a call for help after an explosion at a customs office in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico

Equipment

The launch of the Night Vision Aero-Medical System on 4 September signalled a radical transformation of the emergency health services in KwaZulu-Natal, according to premier Senzo Mchunu.

Military/coast guard

The Danish Air Force recently released video footage showing troop transport helicopters engaging in medical evacuation training operations in northern Afghanistan.

The German Air Force has airlifted 20 injured Ukrainian fighters.

Medical crew

EagleMed critical care air medical transport company has appointed Dr David W. Fairbanks as medical director for the company’s Wyoming base

Pilots

UK-based Air Medical Ltd (AirMed), an operator of single pilot fixed-wing aircraft for air ambulance purposes, recently announced that it has gained approval for multi-crew co-operation (MCC) operations.

Aerial firefighting

Erickson Incorporated inks new five-year contract with the City of Los Angeles for the provision of aerial firefighting services.