Fairbanks man charged after TSA search uncovers marijuana (amount legal for personal use in AK)

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by phoebepontiac, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. Frank

    Frank Original Member

    Yep. The one thing I don't want to hear on a dispatch: "CPR instructions being given". Thank God for the LUCAS 2. It really works.
     
  2. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    Agreed, in the field when I heard that come over the radio, it put me on high alert. Now with being an EMD I get to see/hear the other side of things. Real eye opener and proves it's not easy as it looks to dispatch... Although there is alot of truth to the "not a clue, kept in the dark and full of caca" reputation for those working in dispatch.

    Ah yes the geezer squeezer, would be a tool I'd love to have but always have plenty of compressors. I'm interested in the squeezer in development that has a built in vent so you could run a code by yourself.
     
  3. Frank

    Frank Original Member

    IME the best dispatchers also rode. And with that, code monkey go to job. See you on the flip side.
     
  4. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    Oh so true of the comm center staff besides me (paramedic) who has a patch is my supervisor (emt-b).

    Were also not allowed to work together as were nicknamed "the MCI team". The last shift we worked together being a 3 car/10 patient MCI in middle of nowhere and it looked like a war zone when we pulled up.
     

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