NHS Air Rescue
|Dispatch Locations||Kavala, Athira|
|Chief Air Marshal||
|Deputy Chief Marshals||
|Air Vice Marshals||
The NHS Air Rescue Branch is a specialist National Health Service branch that focuses on the flying of air vehicles in order to attend emergencies at a fast, consistent and reliable speed. They are a group of dedicated NHS members who have been tested to ensure a consistently good quality of flying and are competent when in control of a joystick.
|Chief Air Marshal (CAM)||CST. Stubley|
|Deputy Air Marshal (DAM)||DR. Charles VaneCST. Warwick|
|Air Vice Marshal (AVM)||DR. Eemil
SUR. Scott Weiland
|Rank||Description of Duty|
|Command||Chief Air Marshal||The Chief Air Marshal runs the entirety of the branch with support from the CMO’s.|
|Deputy Air Marshal||The Deputy Air Marshal is the second in charge of the branch. An Air Marshal will work together with the Chief Air Marshal in order to maintain and support the branch.|
|Staff||Air Vice Marshal||Air Vice Marshals are members of the branch staff who focus on testing and training people who are interested in joining the branch.|
|Members||Tier 3||Tier 3 Air Rescue Branch Members are the most dedicated members within Air Rescue, who get access to a wider range of aircraft in the fleet than any other tier, such as the Mi-290 Taru. Also, Tier 3 members of the branch get their own personal vehicles, this means that they can patrol on the server in a MH-9 Hummingbird, no matter how many other helis are out on the current server.|
|Tier 2||Tier 2 Air Rescue Branch Members are members of Air Rescue who have clear expertise when it comes to flying, they have also shown a clear dedication to the branch. To progress to Tier 3 you must have logged at least 35 hours flight time.|
|Tier 1||Tier 1 Branch Members are new members of the branch or newly promoted members from the rank Trainee, being Tier 1 you have access to the standard PO-30 Orca and the M-900. You also have exclusive control of the Air Rescue channel. To progress to Tier 2 you must have at least 15 hours flight time.|
|Trainee||Trainee Branch Members are new members of the branch who have just passed their Air Rescue Test, being Trainee you have access to the standard PO-30 Orca. To be promoted from Trainee to Tier 1, you must complete at least 7 hours of patrolling without crashing. You also have exclusive control of the Air Rescue channel.|
Altis Air Ambulance
The PO-30 Orca is a transport and utility helicopter primarily developed for the Russian air force. The PO-30 Orca is a fast helicopter with a large length and small width making it ideal when landing in tight locations. The PO-30 Orca is available to anyone above the rank of PAR and can support 6 on duty medics, however using additional vehicles is highly recommended.
Air Rescue Fleet
The M-900 is the NHS variant of the National Police Air Service (NPAS) M-900. Altis Air Rescue has modified the Helicopter for use as a fast response vehicle in residential areas. It used to be the smallest and most responsive aircraft in the fleet which made it ideal for tight maneuvers. It can support 3 medics + 1 pilot. Tier 1 members have access to this Helicopter.
The MH-9 is the perfect patrol vehicle, quick, maneuverable and can land in hard to reach areas with ease. The MH-9 is available to any Tier 3 Air Rescue Member as a personal vehicle. It allows medical staff to travel long distances quickly and utilize landing zones that other aircraft could not. Additionally the Helicopter has a larger capacity meaning it can carry more medics and dispatch the service quicker amongst the island.
The Taru is a heavy utility helicopter with coaxial rotors and a unique modular construction. The Air Rescue Taru has a medical pod for treatment, with advanced life support systems available . Essentially they are Ambulances with rotors.
The Mi-290 is currently available to Tier 3 Air Rescue members who have completed the Heavy Aerial Assessment (Taru Test)
Aviation Law and Regulations
Exclusion/No Fly Zones
|Towns & City Limits
HM Treasury & HM Treasury Ships
|Unauthorised Air Travel, police will send out warnings to any pilot if trespassing,
if the pilot does not adhere to a final warning the police will open fire.
|Air Travel without Due Care and Attention||£ 50,000/Caution|
|Violation of Restriction Sites||£ 50,000/Scrap|
|Perverting the course of justice||£ 50,000/Scrap|
|Landing within City Limits||£ 75,000/Scrap|
|Violation of Noise Control||£ 50,000/Scrap|
|Improper use of Flares: Unauthorized||£ 50,000/Scrap|
|Minimum Air Travel Altitude: 150 meters
Over a populated city: 300 meters
|Violation of the Minimum Air Travel Altitude is unauthorised, police will send out warnings via radio (message) to any pilot in violation, if the pilot does not adhere to a final warning the police will open fire.|