IT TAKES A LOT OF PATIENTS
The dedicated air ambulance teams at Utah’s AirMed save countless lives and serve one of the largest geographic areas in the U.S.
A CLEARER VISION
The AAMS Vision Zero initiative has recently gained a strong new impetus and focus on helping the air medical sector eliminate accidents.
SEEING THE LIGHT
You can teach an old dog new tricks, as one civilian pilot’s transition to night vision goggles demonstrates.
THE MULTI-MISSION IMPERATIVE
Having multi-mission aircraft in a public service role is about more than just creating efficiency; it’s about providing key emergency services in critical moments.
FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION
To address key flight limitations and safety issues, DHMC teamed up with Hickok & Associates to create the first private airspace system in the world.
TO SERVE & PROTECT...AND RESCUE
More police air units are being asked to become multi-mission capable — especially when it comes to search and rescue operations.
A DOLPHIN IN THE CITY OF ANGELS
To highlight 25 years of operational service, the U.S. Coast Guard had one of its MH-65 Dolphins styled with a commemorative livery.
GOING TO THE DOGS
Just like working with other ground officers, aircrews need to meet and train with K-9 teams to ensure safety and mission effectiveness.