Air Ambulance - Six decades of the Scottish Air Ambulance Service

Book : Air Ambulance
Iain Hutchison.

Hardback - £19.95

The story of Scotland's air ambulance service began in 1933 with the dramatic evacuation of a seriously ill fisherman following a beach landing on the Isle of Islay by Midland & Scottish Air Ferries' pilot, Jimmy Orrell, in a de Havilland Dragon biplane.

During the sixty years which followed, a variety of aeroplanes and helicopters have been employed, but the drama for aircrew, medical staff and patients has not diminished. This book is divided into two sections - narrating both the historical development of a unique service, and the personal experiences of those whose lives it has touched.

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