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The Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH), in the UK, has had its first flight land on its new helipad.

The Danville Life Saving Crew (DLSC) and Pittsylvania County Special Ops, based in Virginia, US, have announced the completion of their first rescue mission using a drone.

The RFDS new fleet addition has landed in its base in Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia after a six-day journey.

The RAF has been utilising its A400M Atlas as part of Exercise Mobility Guardian undertaking aeromedical evacuation training missions.

Aerolite, a designer and manufacturer of helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft interior solutions, recently delivered medical interiors for long-standing partner Alvac, based in Idaho, US. These have been fitted into the company’s two new Bell 429s...

Wales Air Ambulance recently launched its third specialist doctor service, meaning that North Wales will now receive the service.

Spectrum Aeromed has announced the completion of production of its new 3200 Series Carbon Fiber patient transport unit.

REVA Air Ambulance last week participated in Empire Strike, a two-day medical evacuation training exercise with the Air National Guard.

The vessel was more than 500 miles offshore of Oahu at the time of the request.

The plane remained in the vicinity of the raft until the arrival of the ship Guardamar.

The 920th RQW is slated to receive new HC-130J Combat King II aircraft in late 2019 as part of efforts to modernise the fleet.

Air Medical Group Holdings (AMGH) will join forces with American Medical Response (AMR).

The Afghan National Army 215th Corps has improved its casualty evacuation process.

Interested parties are being asked to submit their comments on the standards by 15 August.

The wreckage was spotted in rugged, mountainous terrain at an elevation of around 3,000 ft.

Air ambulance helicopters, including STARS, can now land at the facility thanks to a flight certificate issued by Transport Canada.

The combined missions saw Portuguese Air Force crews clock up over 24 hours of flight.

CareFlight’s rapid response rescue helicopter was tasked to the track at Olney.

Five new members joined the team at the start of August, along with an EC135 T2+.

On 3 August, the Mexican Navy (SEMAR) airlifted two seriously injured victims of a helicopter crash 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Puerto Chiapas. The men had been flying onboard a Robinson helicopter operated from the Conquista tuna...

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