Air Ranger: Rescue Helicopter is a helicopter simulator video game released for the Sony PlayStation 2, developed by ASK Corporation and published by Midas Interactive Entertainment. The game was released on March 29, 2001 in Japan, and November 15, 2002 for Europe. The game was never released in North America. In the game the player must take the role of a Rescue Helicopter pilot, and complete missions involving accidents such as car crashes or fires.
A sequel to Air Ranger has been released for PlayStation 2. Air Ranger 2 allows the player to pilot rescue and law enforcement helicopters. All the helicopters from the previous game are available with a few extra helicopters such as the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin and Sikorsky H-53.
Developer(s): GardenPublisher(s): ASKGenre: SimulationGame description: The first time I saw an Air Ranger was when I was in distress while climbing with my father ...Full of cold and anxiety, t was found by a cheerful and powerful rescuer. At this time I decided to join the Air Ranger. I will help people suffering from disasters.
An exciting challenge for all budding aviators, Air Ranger Rescue Helicopter puts you in the role of Kane, a dedicated rescue pilot. Four enormous stages and eight types of rescue are on offer as you - and your brave colleagues, Bob, Matilda and Ivan - try to avert disaster and save the day. From evacuating runaway trains to extinguishing an inferno from the air, you will be stretched to your limit in this exciting helicopter sim.
If it was always your ardent desire to save lives as a rescue chopper pilot, you should know about Air Ranger. It came out for the PS2 in 2001 from a low-visibility Japanese developer called ASK Corporation and was also released in Europe, though not the NA. In it you're tasked with retrieving imperiled representatives of the human race from places like banks of rapidly flowing rivers, out-of-control trains, and the sea.
If a game isn't released in all major markets, it usually means it has niche appeal or there's something wrong with it. This game wasn't released in North America and is about helicopters that due to game design can magically see under solid things - that's two for two. To further put the nail in the perceived quality coffin, it was published in Europe by Midas, a company that liked to release utter junk.
At first I thought the scream sound effect was the dead guy, but it seems to be the land rangers screaming if you get too close to them with the 'copter. It doesn't always play and the first time I heard it was on my 15th attempt or so and it creeped me out since it seemed to be a real random scream that I hadn't ever heard before.
Mission 2-1 (3:45):Non-solid Bob to the rescue! He shows off yet again, but I get my own back by whacking him against the boat. For the game being a simulation and Bob being a person, he bounces and swings quite well. It's also lucky that I shoved him into a vat of glue before the mission so that everybody who needs rescuing just sticks to him. The only difficult guy is the last one because he's sandwiched between a radar pillar and another structure on the boat but he went great this time, unlike the second person.
The 'star coin' you see after the boat starts sinking is part of the game's unlock system. There are five per mission and collecting them all unlocks three slightly different helicopters. They're the same as the normal ones but with a blue or military paint job. Ooh, fancy!
However, rather than relying on dumb luck, I found out how to mitigate the randomness. If you rotate the helicopter until the pointy end of the boat is pointing straight right then just go forward in the 'copter.
You can see by my messing with the camera that there actually is a model for the pilot and that he does indeed have some legs. Also that the guys I rescue don't seem to be all that pleased that they've been rescued.
A short haul rescue refers to a rescue technique meant to quickly get an individual out of a dangerous situation and place them in a safe location. Generally, a rescuer at the end of a rope, is lowered from the helicopter to the victim who is then secured on the rope and lifted with the rescuer, to safety.
As a pilot for the Air Rescue Rangers emergency service you have to respond to the emergency calls that come in and quickly get to the scene to save some lives! However it is not as simple as that as your skills will be tested in numerous different challenging environments to make sure you are fit to wear the rangers badge. Product FeaturesNumerous helicopters to fly from fast medical helicopters to giant military onesForty challenging and varied missions to fly including rescuing an injured driver in the middle of the city, save the crew of a sinking yacht and rescue the driver of a runaway trainEach mission has variable weather and time of day to add extra reality and challengesBased on your speed and skill in a mission you earn ranking stars which enable you to unlock new features, missions and vehiclesSuperb 3D graphic and free roaming camera viewsTutorial and training missionsA fresh genre and original gameplayA top 10 title in Japan
The Aircraft Operations Division provides statewide air patrol, criminal surveillance and rescue. Statewide air patrol enhances public safety and assists all DPS divisions and local, county, other state, and Federal agencies. Air patrol leverages technology to effectively apprehend fugitives, locate suspects, deter criminal activity, and bolster border security.
The DPS Aircraft Operations Division is composed of 50 police pilots, 25 tactical flight officers, and 5 essential support personnel. The Division currently operates a fleet of 14 Airbus AS350 helicopters, 3 of which are hoist equipped, 1 Airbus EC145 twin engine helicopter, 4 Cessna 206 single engine airplanes, 2 Cessna 208 Caravan single engine turboprop airplanes, 2 Pilatus PC12 single engine turboprop airplanes, and a King Air 350 airplane. All of the DPS pilots hold a minimum of commercial pilot licenses with instrument ratings, and receive recurrent pilot training from the Aircraft Division training staff and from the factory. DPS Pilots receive additional training and ratings, in both airplane and helicopter, throughout their careers that include Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), Certified Flight Instrument Instructor (CFII), Multi Engine, and Airline Transport Pilot (ATP).
The distinctive headgear of the 75th Ranger Regiment is the tan beret. The beret is a mark of distinction that brands the wearer as a proven warrior. The tan color is reminiscent of the leather caps worn by the original rangers of American heritage and lore. Rangers Lead The Way! The 75th Ranger Regiment encompasses the \"Big five philosophy\": marksmanship, physical training, medical training, small-unit tactics, and mobility for the success of the individual Ranger and the Ranger mission.
The helicopter was purchased in June 2022 and recently arrived at the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry's (DACF) MFS Aviation Branch headquarters in Old Town. The helicopter is equipped and ready for service activation this month.
The helicopter is part of the MFS Forest Protection Aviation Branch and will be used for fire detection and firefighting, dropping water, and moving firefighters and equipment to rural and remote locations quickly.
It also will be used to support other State and local agencies, such as Maine State Police, Game Wardens, Marine Patrol Officers, and Baxter State Park Rangers, with search and rescue missions, aiding in the rescue of injured people in remote areas where emergency medical services are difficult to access.
The Aviation Branch fleet includes five UH-1H (Huey) utility helicopters, two Bell 407 helicopters, and three fixed-wing airplanes. The fleet is maintained by four mechanics and flown by five pilots. More information about the MFS Aviation Branch is available online.
As partly explained by Maru (and known by all members of his current team), Blade was a former actor for the television show CHoPs alongside his best friend, Nick \"Loopin'\" Lopez (both being police helicopters), until Nick was unexpectedly killed in a stunt accident during the filming of the show's 140th episode, which Blade could do nothing to save. Traumatized by this loss, he left, causing the show to be cancelled, and started working for the Piston Peak Air Attack team, an organization he now leads, as a fire chief, so that he can be a rescue service member for real. Blade at first doesn't like Dusty Crophopper since he is not meant to be a firefighter and only sent there for qualifications. During the scooping of water for retardant, Dusty ignores Blade's warning about flying too low resulting in them both being swept down a river, off a waterfall, and being trapped inside a mine to escape the worsening fire. Blade's engine is severely damaged by the heat, and is grounded for repairs while Windlifter assumes command during his absence. However, when the fire traps Harvey and Winnie at Augerin' Canyon's burning bridge, Dusty and the smokejumpers have their water supply cut off and simply have to use the remaining water for retardant, which is not enough to put out the fire Blade recovers just in time to save the two RVs while Dusty's gearbox fails completely and he crashes in the woods and is airlifted to the base. After Dusty is fixed, Blade and the smokejumpers all head to Propwash Junction to celebrate Dusty's bravery.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Forest Rangers respond to search and rescue incidents statewide. Working with other state agencies, local emergency response organizations, and volunteer search and rescue groups, Forest Rangers locate and extract lost, injured, or distressed people from across New York State.
In 2021, DEC Forest Rangers conducted 426 search and rescue missions, extinguished wildfires, participated in prescribed fires that served to rejuvenate hundreds of acres of land, and worked on cases that resulted in thousands of tickets or arrests. 59ce067264