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N119AE

N119AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 32 is based in Scottsboro and started operations in March, 2003. Air Evac 32 serves a 70 mile radius with a flight crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to Mark Betterton, Flight Medic. Added 05/26/2003.


N109AE

N109AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 16 is based in The Shoals and started operations in May, 2001. Air Evac 16 serves a 70 mile radius with a flight crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to Mark Betterton, Flight Medic. Added 02/23/2003.


N68AE

N68AE - Air Evac LifeTeam 15 is based in Cullman and started operations in February, 2001. Air Evac 15 serves a 70 mile radius with a flight crew of pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to Kevin Wall, Base Manager and Lead Flight Nurse. Added 05/08/2001.




N404EM

N404EM - MedFlight from Huntsville Hospital. MedFlight is based in Huntsville and began operations in 1985. The program is operated by LifeNet. MedFlight serves a 100 mile radius with a crew of Pilot, Nurse, and Paramedic. Thanks to Nick Goodman. Added 03/14/2003.




N911SA

N911SA - SouthFlite from the University of South Alabama Medical Center is based in Mobile. The program started in 1986 and serves a 150 mile radius. Missions are inter-hospital transfers and scene calls. The crew is pilot, nurse and medic. Thanks to Lisa Caten, Flight Nurse. Added 08/05/2002.




N95CH

N95CH - Life Saver from Carraway Medical Center in Birmingham. Life Saver operates three of these Bell 206 helicopters and completes over 400 scene calls a year. Thanks to Garland Minor. Added 04/05/2001.




U.S. Army 5743

U.S. Army 5743 - FLATIRON is the U.S. Army's quick response crash helicopter at Fort Rucker. The air ambulance crew includes one flight medic and two crash rescue specialists. The helicopter responds to civilian air medevacs (MAST) within 60 nautical miles of the Cairns Army Airfield. Thanks to Ryan Brayton, U.S. Army Crash Rescue Specialists. Added 03/24/2000.


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