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users conference held annually at HAI. You will find a room full of operators that are the best in the world at what they do. Network with them; ask questions on their training experiences. There are many more variables involved in estab- lishing a standalone helicopter rescue unit. Staffing, equipment, budgets, and a defined mission objective all play into deciding how to acquire the appropriate training. Contact the training companies and pick who your organization thinks will provide the best, cost effective service.


About the author: Greg Sanderson is a 24 year veteran firefighter/flight paramedic with the Los Angeles Fire Department. He also is the CEO of Air Rescue Concepts, a helicopter based rescue and fire suppression train- ing company. He can be reached at greg@airrescueconcepts.com


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