Features

Search and rescue from the sea or ocean by helicopter presents its own set of unique challenges as Lucie Wood discovers.

Should UAVs be made visible under NVGs/IR?

The FAA’s new rules open US skies to SAR drones, as Kevin Featherly reports.

The impact on the air medical sector.

In a 911 emergency or patrolling the skies on homeland security missions, the citizens of the US state of New Jersey know that they have a highly trained aviation team on hand.

Taking a look at the role drones can play in the future of disaster relief

The Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine Crew Course provided by the Great North Air Ambulance Service: a review from both a paramedic’s and a doctor’s perspective

The AAMS has been representing air medical and critical care ground transport providers since it was set up in 1980.

Air transport of organs for transplant.

AirMed & Rescue Magazine spoke to Lesa Armstrong, programme director of REVA Air Ambulance, Inc.

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