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ALEA To Rebrand and Reorganize as APSA


The Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) recently announced that it will be changing its name to the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA) effective Jan. 1, 2018. The new moniker is the culmination of several changes over the last seven years made to be more reflective of the entirety of those involved in public safety aviation, as well as more appealing to potential members the Association desires to attract.


“Public safety aviation has


expanded beyond just law enforcement and it was time to outwardly become more inclusive of all who operate governmental aircraft for the welfare of the


general


public,” ALEA CEO and Executive Director Dan Schwarzbach explained. “We have a visionary board of directors that developed our current business plan, Metamorphosis, during their most recent strategic planning meeting.” Along with the rebranding, ALEA will be reorganizing its business structure.


APSA has been incorporated as a 501(c) (6), which will allow the


Association


greater latitude than the current 501(c)(3) in the products, programs and services


it can offer its members. “We have been restricted by the IRS (c)(3) designation in providing many of the programs and services that our members desire and expect, and this change will allow us to be more responsive to their needs,” Schwarzbach said. “Membership is our lifeblood and we want to position ourselves to meet their expectations.” ALEA President Steve Roussell added, “ALEA has been the leading provider of training and networking opportunities to law


features allow us the flexible integration into a wide range of different aircraft and applications.”


Spectrum Aeromed Releases New Carbon Fiber 3200 Series Patient Transport Unit


Spectrum Aeromed recently announced that the company has completed production on its newest 3200 Series Carbon Fiber PTU. Integrating composite components into the product lines for more than eight years now, this is the latest full carbon fiber unit the company has designed and manufactured.


“We are extremely pleased with the new product and its capabilities,” Spectrum Aeromed Vice President of International Sales Horst Heinicke said. “The first production unit is permanently installed in a Boeing 777, but certain modular design


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Following Spectrum Aeromed´s principles, the new 3200-System quickly attaches into standard aircraft seat tracks. A modular concept allows fast conversion times, where the unit is not installed permanently. Equipment pull- outs, storage drawers, integrated or movable stretcher, and a wide range of medical devices can be customized to meet specific mission profiles.


“Apart from the advantage of higher solidity at a lower system weight, the beauty of this new PTU is that it very nicely fits into the contour and appearance of a modern designed aircraft interior,” Heinicke said. “Plain surfaces ensure easy cleaning/disinfection, and the open overhead structure allows changes in various medical devices for future system upgrades.”


“Our customers all over the world operate a diverse array of aircraft,” Spectrum


enforcement aviation for almost 50 years and these changes lay the foundation for the next half-century. APSA is the next step in the natural evolution of the Association.”


APSA’s mission will remain the same: to support, promote and advance the safe and effective utilization of aircraft by governmental agencies in support of public safety missions through training, networking, advocacy, and education.


Aeromed COO Chad Kost said. “With both the 2800 series and now the 3200-Series solution we can equip small, medium and large aircraft with state-of-the-art carbon fiber PTUs that will help them quickly turn VIP aircraft into emergency air ambulances for medical transport. We are thrilled to introduce this to the market and are pleased that orders are already being taken because of our 25-plus year history of introducing innovative, reliable and rugged systems to the market. Our customers know that we spend countless hours of research and development to assure the products we produce provide the best quality and value available to the market.”


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