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PostPosted: Sat Apr 17, 2010 11:24 pm    Post subject: SAR data ???? Reply with quote

Does anybody know of any info in the public domain that lists search and rescue flights for the uk. I know most of the air ambulance operations "Tweet". The reason I ask is I saw an RAF sea king on Friday, unusal at 300 ft in city centre Manchester. It landed in a park near to the Manchester Royal and Childrens Hospitals. One of only two things I have seen in the air since Thursday the other being an Enstrom.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 18, 2010 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Major tasking tends to hit the headlines, mainly for the PR.

However, with regards to day-to-day tasking: my understanding is that SAR reports are centrally logged (along with any internal distribution and record keeping)... but I am pretty sure there is no general public access to these records.

It was always something done by the rear crew (typically the winchop) so I'm afraid I can't be more definite.

Both military SAR and the Coastguard have been tasked over the last few days, and indeed some training has been permitted in certain areas.
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