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Greetings,thanks for viewing my biography.hello i have a real passion for the uk air ambulances You may have worked me on either of my 2 callsigns, these are:-M3HEM (Class B) and M0HEM (Class A).this has a vital role in which this service saves live within the golden hour, this wonderfull service has been around for over 15 years now this has a vital role in which this service saves live within the golden hour.my name is John i was interested in cb radio in 1989 and then i got fed up with that because of the swearing and music playing,sold all the cb gear and took the rae in 1995 and became G7UYT in late 1995 i never done 2metre only a few repeaters in the local area more interested and was an SWL for about 16yrs.I have varied interests in Amateur Radio my main one is the Worked All Britain Awards (WAB) I also have an interest in Worked All Ireland which goes hand in hand with WAB.Other interests are Lighthouses,cashota,jota,these are just a few to mention finally Im also a very keen award chaser.
HELICOPTER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE LAA
(London's Air Ambulance) operates an MD902 Explorer twin engined helicopter, which replaced an SA 365N Dauphin in October 2000. The original Dauphin, registration G-HEMS, completed some 37,500 take offs and landings, becoming a well know site around London, during its 12 years of operation. The MD902 Explorer, with its distinctive Virgin Logo and red paint scheme is based on the rooftop helipad on The Royal London Hospital during the hours of operation and is ready to respond within minutes to any accidentor incident within the operational area, taking the Hospital to the Patient, with a crew of 2 pilots, a Doctor and Paramedic. MD902 Facts: Reg: G-EHMS Hull No: 68 Max All Up Weight: 6250 lbs Engines: 2 Pratt and Whitney 206e Top Speed: 140 kts Certified: Single Pilot IFR Mission Ready Endurance: 1 hour from the helipad.(130 miles)
The Essex Air Ambulance charity was established and began fundraising in 1997 with the first Air Ambulance, a Bolkow 105 Db, being launched in July 1998 from New Hall School in Boreham. During the past 12 years there have been 3 aircraft in service. The first two helicopters were Bolkows with bright red livery, later to be resprayed yellow following a sponsorship deal with the AA. In May 2003 thanks to the passion and fundraising of the County, the charity was in a position to commission a new state of the art aircraft, the Eurocopter EC135 T2. Now, as of 1 June 2010 Essex Air Ambulance have a new helicopter, an MD902 Explorer, the same model as the Herts Air Ambulance also operated by Medical Aviation Services (MAS).
To date the aircraft has flown over 10,000 missions.
It is thanks to the generous people of Essex that we can ensure that the service continues to fly into the future
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UK Air Ambulance Charities save countless lives every single day of the year!
BELGIAN MARINE AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY #133
INTERNATIONAL SHORT WAVE LEAGUE # G29579
THE WORLD ASSOCATION OF CHRISTIAN RADIO AMATEURS AND LISTENERS # 1574
BRITISH AMATEUR RADIO LIGHTHOUSE SOCIETY # 276
ASSOCIATION RADIO MARINA ITALIA #325A
RADIO AMATEURS OLD TIMERS ASSOCATION # 1865
THRACIAN ROSE CLUB # 69
DIPLOM INTERESSEN GRUPPE # 6061
ACTITITY GROUP OF BELARUS # 320
RADIO SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITIAN
WORKED ALL IRELAND # 461
WAB TQ48 BOOK NUMBER 16457 18002
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