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Posted: Sat Apr 26 2008, 05:13pm

Posted by: CFD justinPosts: 304
Location: Commack NY
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Once, they gave an eta of 7 min and by the time FD got there 3 min's later the bird was already on the ground. (Bird = Helicopter).
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Posted: Sat Apr 26 2008, 07:19pm
Posted by: LukePosts: 304
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Helo-3 services western Suffolk county and runs out of Islip-Macarthur Airport. I believe helo-4 has been running out of Gabreski to serve the eastern end of Suffolk.

Its been an awful long time since I've heard aviation give a 7 min eta unless they were already up in the air, coming from another call. When they get put on stand-by (which is now protocol for every incident that could possibly result in serious injuries, prior to an FD unit getting on scene) they usually spout off 13-17 min eta's. This is because the county purchased new choppers which have an extended warm up time. Its pretty silly to make a large purchase that will only make the response time longer. By the time the bird gets to a lot of these jobs, the victims have already been transported by ground.

Enough beating a dead horse here but I think the 24/7 patrols are usually during the summer and some random points during non-summer months. Thanks for the feedback.
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Posted: Sat Apr 26 2008, 10:01pm

Posted by: CFD justinPosts: 304
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This time it took an extra 5-8 min for CVAC to get there. and when i went 21 they alrready had the back doors of the bird open with the pilot right next to the doors.
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Posted: Sat Apr 26 2008, 10:03pm

Posted by: CFD justinPosts: 304
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Oh for patrol, I don't know.
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Posted: Sat May 24 2008, 01:08pm

Posted by: CFD justinPosts: 304
Location: Commack NY
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This is what i got from fordyce.com:
Helicopter 1 - ASTAR
Helicopter 2 -
Helicopter 3 - BK117 Medevac Unit
Helicopter 4 - Bell Jet Ranger
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Posted: Sat May 24 2008, 01:09pm

Posted by: CFD justinPosts: 304
Location: Commack NY
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Helecopter 2 was unknown.
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Posted: Sat May 24 2008, 03:33pm
Posted by: LukePosts: 304
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That is an old listing. Within the last year they purchased 1 or 2 new helicopters.

The fordyce site has not been updated or maintained for quite some time which is very unfortunate.

CFD, proof read your posts before you hit the send button. You'll save extra posts and such.
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Posted: Sat Jul 18 2009, 10:11pm
Posted by: thetankPosts: 155
Joined: Tue May 26 2009, 11:51am

What freq do they use??
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Posted: Sun Jul 19 2009, 09:55pm

Posted by: DispatchPosts: 514
Old Display Name: Dispatch
Location: Long Island, NY
Joined: Sat Aug 02 2008, 06:04am

Not a specific frequency. They use the SCPD 800 MHz TRS - Usually on Command Band. You will need a Trunk Tracker scanner to hear it.

Helo #1 - ASTAR
Helo #2 - MD-902 (secondary Medevac @ Westhampton Airport)
Helo #3 - Eurocopter 145 (primary Medevac @ MacArthur Airport)
Helo #4 - ASTAR

[ Edited Sun Jul 19 2009, 09:58pm ]
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Posted: Tue Jul 21 2009, 08:29pm

Posted by: liweather13Posts: 186
Old Display Name: SCPD134
Joined: Thu Nov 27 2008, 06:29pm

You can here SCPD Aviation on 155.685
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