Musings about life through the eyes of an old helicopter pilot.
So tragic. Medevac angels now.
I agree - they're now part of that medevac angel squad...Fly safe, GB, and all you winged warriors of mercy...cjh
Sad. Be careful up there, Pal.
Are you like my beloved Clint and have no fear? Please be careful dear friend.Bo
Bo, I've scared myself often enough in my younger "bolder" days to never want that sick feeling in my gut ever again. I turn flights down when there is even a hint of fog or nasty weather. No good indication yet as to what happened in this case, but there was limited visibility reported in the area of the accident, and some of the terrain they were flying in was rugged.Don't be too worried about me...But a prayer for the safety of me and my crew and all those doing this job now and then would surely be appreciated.Thanks for your kind thoughts everyone.
Thank you GB for reasuring me that you don't fly in bad weather. I do know, that you are quite qualified and take care of yourself, crew and passengers. BUT you are always in my prayers.Bo
i have heard of way too many evac crews giving thier lives to save others, Even b4 I MET U g.b. It hurt me to read about those accidents. Now it hurts me even worse. Take care brother!
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