What makes us different
is we're there to support the RAF
So we're very much focused on the RAF role
is the air
So, so that is the specialist roles
It provides the air component
and we're very focused on supporting that.
So all our people have come through
they learn about the wider RAF
and we provide specialist roles
for Aviation Medicine, where we train
and flying and the whole point
and risk to life of flying.
We treat people in the air.
So medical emergency response
and to this day we continue to provide
So that is a service
in modern form since the Second World War.
365 days a year, 24 hours a day
anywhere in the world if you're injured
or you're sick, we will come
and that services for all of defense
And people will know from news broadcasts
of us bringing very sick people, injured
People will know that we have moved people
such as Ebola, Lassa fever,
using their transport isolator and more
in road traffic accidents, broken
So that is a
and and every day of the year
teams and doctors and nurses on call
And at the moment we do about 3000
so still quite still quite busy.
So those real specialist areas
it's all supporting the air