RWS 111 – Rescue Helicopter Crew Duties to 4300km R22 Ferry Through Remote Australia w/ James Koens

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James Koens is a Check and Training Aircrew Officer on very expensive rescue/aeromedical helicopters. He also finds time to be a helicopter charter pilot, Army Reserve aircrewman, volunteer rural firefighter and a podcast host.

This episode is being pushed out the door half cooked so that you can hear it sooner. Please forgive any short comings in the polish.

In this episode James talks about some of the challenges of operating complex missions in the world of helicopter rescue and ambulance services. We then change track and discuss what James has learnt from ferrying small helicopters across remote parts of Australia.

Important – please look at the link below to the GoFundMe page for the Fenton family discussed in the podcast episode.

4300Kms, 30hrs, 16 fuel stops, a Robinson R22, and a whole lot of nothingness – From James’ LinkedIn post comment

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>>> GoFundMe campaign for Fenton Family and Eugowra Residents <<<

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