All posts tagged: "safe"

  1. Helicopter manager handover in our affiliate

    We do enjoy eating out!  This time was to allow a ‘way ahead’ and handover discussion.  A meeting between our affiliate’s first South African helicopter…

  2. Safe and airworthy!

    Our imported helicopter has passed all its inspections and has been declared safe and airworthy on the South African register.  She is no longer 5H-XSH…

  3. Imported into South Africa

    Today we paid the import taxes for the helicopter to come out of the customs bond and be imported into South Africa. We thank our…

  4. Managing the Risks of Extreme Events & Disasters

    We thank the IPCC and all involved for a Special Report that helps keep us focused on anticipating the effects of intense rain on people…

  5. 2008 Mozambique Reconnaissance
  6. Important to them? A helicopter!

    Important – what is important and to whom? This photo shows the perspective of children in Kenya.  They drew a helicopter in the sand; helicopters…

  7. Pilot Bob Gillan giving aid to the needy

    Pilot Bob Gillan of Hope of the Nations is delivering non-food items to the needy on the Zambezi in 2007. Non-food items are things like…

  8. Disaster response 2007 – the team

    Disaster response 2007 A helicopter-based disaster response team is needed when people are cut off by disasters.  It is not just floods that can do…

  9. Starting up – the first year

    Starting a new enterprise is exciting and rewarding. Adrian Nance felt called to help deliver helicopters faster to disasters across the globe.  This came from…

  10. Seed sown – 2000 floods in Mozambique

    Sometimes we do not know when a seed is sown. For British charity Wings Like Eagles, it was pretty bizarre. In the year 2000, Adrian…