Discussion in 'Ambulances and Equipment' started by emtal233, Feb 14, 2005.
Primary transport unit at the Part-Time F.D. gig:
Full-Time agency ride:
That's a good looking 145
Thanks man! We have been really happy with her thus far. My base has always been a BK/145 base, but this one is configured really nice and easy to work out of. We rotate around in our region maybe 2 shifts in an 8 week schedule and I dread going to our 135 bases....
If I ever get on rotor a 429 or 145/117 are the airframes I wanna fly in. I did like the room in my King Air 200 over the 421 I rode in from time to time lol.
But my tubby self needs to lose a bit of weight first
Yeah the weight thing is hard. Our program is 210lbs fully clad.... I am tall, love beer, and lift fairly frequently so it's tough...
I'm short, love beer, and love to cook do that is where I get into trouble lol
Some of impressions from Germany
ALS unit + Doctor Unit
Vehicle Hall from rescue station
2 ALS Units on highway
Inside ALS Unit
LP 15; Accu Vac; Medumat Standard 2 etc..
Greets from Germany
ALS Units are Mercedes Sprinter and the BLS units are VW T6, Doctor unit are BMW X3
not acadian ambulance we from usa
bls is usually chevrolet
How do you like the Mercedes Sprinters? They are becoming more and more prevalent here in the States. I don't mind the way they look but some people seem to hate them.
i love them more envirobmentally safe as far as emission but then we cant idle it either. i like the modern technology used with the mercedez
For those patients that need rapid transport, we have this
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More like when you clear the hospital and you're off in 5 minutes.
I'm rockin' this one today.
Out of all the lime greenish paint schemes I have seen, this one is not bad. Out of curiosity, any particular reason the Savannah area seems to favor this color for ambulances in their region?
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