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  • The Blue Max
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    Yes, but if there incidents such as a Neo natal transfer or RTA similiar to the one Navan or similiar were the IAC was present if they need arose to transfer patients who had i presume had been already been stabilised to hospital. I mentioned nothing about HEMS i was emplying about the great service the IAC have and hopefully will continue to provide to the people of this island through there Air Ambulance Service.

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  • Goldie fish
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    Air Ambulance is not hems....

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  • The Blue Max
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    And very soon when they are completeiy operational, may they continue this great and hounourable service to the state that the Alouettes and Dauphins before them have done so honourable. Be it the baby in Bundoran or the RTA in Roscommon be there need the likes of the IAC EC135s will be there to give the Front-Line Staff Of Emergency Services of the State that extra support for completeing there tasks where ever they be...

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  • Turkey
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    Rumour has it that the EC-135's are now operational for air-ambulance work, the kit is now installed in one of them. It is VFR only at the moment.

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  • Goldie fish
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    See what I mean?
    Attached Files

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  • Goldie fish
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    I was sure I saw a photo somewhere of the Wheels attached to the rear of the skids.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    are the screens in the cockpit touch screen? there looks to be a fair amount of finger smudges on the glass!!

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  • Frank
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    They use this little gadget:

    http://www.irishairpics.com/database/photo/1001407/
    http://www.irishairpics.com/database/photo/1001861/

    It picks the heli up by it's skids.

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  • Goldie fish
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    There are wheels. Look again.

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  • Gasplug
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    How do they get them into the hangar with no wheels on the undercarriage?

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  • Goldie fish
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    The air ambulance Kit for the EC135 is pictured elsewhere. There should shortly be 4 EC135s in service. the two green ones being P2 versions, with P&W engines, and the 2 Jam sandwiches with Turmomeca enginesbeing T2.

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  • California Tanker
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    Is there enough room in the back for a stretcher? Air Ambulance secondary role?

    I take it that's three 135s in service then. Two green, and one jamcracker?

    NTM

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  • Turkey
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    Mrs 'T' bought me a new one for Christmas....

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  • Goldie fish
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    I see you got the scanner fixed then...

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  • Turkey
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    A few piccys of the EC-135 at rest:
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