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    J. Bucello
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    Vehicle suggestions

    Post by J. Bucello on Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:47 pm

    (This is what happens when you have too much time on your hands.)

    Just an idea, but how about an air unit?



    I might make more units if I get bored (or just post random vehicles that we might not be able to use).
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    Post by J. Hannahan on Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:55 pm

    Sounds good but sadly we would need to staff it Sad Looks good!
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    Post by D.McGuire on Sun Nov 14, 2010 9:18 pm

    I'm taking private pilot flight lessons, so I have a fairly large knowledge of flight. I could staff it as a pilot, if only we could get more EMS guys (and ones that actually stay with ERT, not stay for a week then never log on again).
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    Post by J. Bucello on Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:09 am

    J. Hannahan wrote:Sounds good but sadly we would need to staff it Sad Looks good!

    Yeah, I know, but it's still nice to have the input for the vehicles themselves.

    D.McGuire wrote:I'm taking private pilot flight lessons, so I have a fairly large knowledge of flight. I could staff it as a pilot, if only we could get more EMS guys (and ones that actually stay with ERT, not stay for a week then never log on again).

    That's a good point; I should make department-specific units. This chopper was meant as a TAC helicopter, but I should make one for MEDEVAC as well.
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    Re: Vehicle suggestions

    Post by Bruce Beard on Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:41 am

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    Post by J. Hannahan on Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:42 am

    I love that chopper! It's state police but they use it for so many things. I love Maryland.
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    Post by DCBurke on Mon Nov 15, 2010 12:06 pm

    Okay, to the SWAT chopper... Currently in my list for TAC units, wwe have a RRV, HRV, ORV, and a crowd control Truck... That's about 20 units. I will not staff a chopper until those four vehicles are staffed.

    Same with EMS, I will not staff a helicopter until we have several ambulacnes... Right now, I want three BLS and three ALS rigs. Supervisor positon is filled, but considering he supervises 2 units, there is no need for him as of yet, so it's a reserve position. Ideally, I'd like to have 6 ambos in service, then I'd start filling a HEV and Medevac. After that, the MICU will be staffed by ERT personnel. Currently it is on loan to the hospital in Phoxlind as we cannot staff it at this moment.

    Police, well I could do a lot more, same with fire, but I will not be putting in specialized units unless we have the basics put in. I built the current bases with accomodations for all this, but we can't start doing so unless we get the people, therefore please start recruiting... We all know people with similar interests. If you all invite two people that will stay, that's almost a full staff of current units.


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    Post by J. Bucello on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:07 pm

    I know that these cannot possibly be staffed, but I'm just making vehicles that we may or may not use. Some things that I post here might be completely improbable, but this is just for ideas.
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    Post by Bruce Beard on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:13 pm

    so do you think you could do one like that for me Bucello?
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    Post by J. Bucello on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:18 pm

    You mean, make a MEDEVAC chopper? I'll probably make one of those next, but bear in mind that this is all on my time.
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    Post by D.McGuire on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:21 pm

    I completely understand and agree with your ideas Burke, but perhaps if we do reach those goals, we could just have on or two multi-purpose helicopters. The New Jersey State Police has these two helicopters, called NorthSTAR and SouthSTAR (NorthSTAR covers North Jersey, SouthSTAR covers South Jersey, and STAR stands for Shock Trauma Air Rescue), but these helicopters multitask. Until they are needed for medevac, they are on regular homeland security, patrol, transport, surveillance, and/or other police duties. They are staffed with pilots and I believe 2 flight medics (I may be wrong on the specific number of flight medics, but that's not too important right now).

    Once there is a need for a helicopter, we could probably just do that since there's usually no more than 2 or 3 calls at a time.

    ((By the way, if anybody is interested, here is a picture of NorthSTAR:
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_JsTvh9vweaQ/St0KYoGLdVI/AAAAAAAAAoQ/RkxUDsgUAr8/s1600-h/New+Jersey+State+Police+NorthStar+helicopter+Bay+Head+Marine+and+Safety+10-09.jpg )
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    Post by Bruce Beard on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:59 pm

    i understand its on your own time but if you could do it like that one it would be greatl aprecitated
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    Re: Vehicle suggestions

    Post by J. Bucello on Tue Nov 16, 2010 2:23 pm

    For those who have waited patiently, here is the MEDEVAC helicopter:


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