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United Rotorcraft receives contract for Ventura County Firehawks

United Rotorcraft receives contract for Ventura County Firehawks

United Rotorcraft is pleased to announce the receipt of a contract with Ventura County Fire Department (VCFD) to convert two surplus U.S. Army aircraft into FIREHAWK® helicopters. VCFD purchased two U.S. Army HH-60L aircraft, originally configured as dedicated MEDEVAC helicopters.  These aircraft were outfitted with the United Rotorcraft medical equipment and patient litter systems, some… Read more »

Source: United Rotorcraft, 29-Aug-18

All Metal MS completes two year project with Ventura County Sheriff

All Metal MS completes two year project with Ventura County Sheriff

All Metal MS, a global leader in the design, engineering and manufacturing of solution driven custom “safety first” aircraft maintenance stands, assembly/production line platforms, hanger equipment, portable field equipment and specialty tooling finalized the completion of a two year project with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Aviation Unit. The plan was to retrofit their hangar facility,… Read more »

Source: All Metal MS, 26-Feb-15

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NTSB: Icing caused fatal Mercy Air Med crash

NTSB: Icing caused fatal Mercy Air Med crash

Icing was the probable cause of a Mercy Air Med helicopter crash near Ventura that killed three people on Jan. 2, 2013, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. See Full Story.

Source: Globe Gazette, 17-Feb-15

Ventura County Sheriff’s Department testing drones

Ventura County Sheriff’s Department testing drones

Ventura County Sheriff’s Department are testing a Qube drone from Aerovironment See full story

Source: NBC4, 08-Jun-14

Profile: Ventura County Sheriff’s Air Unit

Profile: Ventura County Sheriff’s Air Unit

The distinctive yellow and blue helicopters of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Air Unit fly about 900 missions a year, and a volunteer from the Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Medical Team is on board for almost every one

Source: Ventura County Star, 14-Apr-10