Nighthawk Publishing

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Nighthawk Publishing was formed in 2000 as the Editorial wing of the FIRE Project. Since its formation, the volunteers staffing Nighthawk Publishing have provided editorial oversight to the on-line portals of the FIRE Project and been responsible for publishing eNewsletters, eMagazines, and eBooks on a range of subjects and in support of the objectives for the FIRE Project. The software developed for production of electronic publishing material is able to produce printed paper editions of selected titles. These paper books have been printed using OnDemandPrint systems and volume press-printed books in hardback and softback bindings.




Ornge is a charitable organization that coordinates all aspects of Ontario’s aero-medical transport system. Ornge operates one of the largest aero medical and critical care land transport medicine programs in North America and currently has more than 300 employees in eight areas of operation. This includes over 200 paramedics, pediatric transport nurses and transport medicine physicians. Ornge’s expertise in transport medicine lies in its ability to serve more than 12 million Ontarians throughout a geographic area of 1 million square kilometres, delivering its scope of services through comprehensive door-to-door acute care aero medical transport. Ornge utilises over 30 bases across the province, 9 of which are staffed 24 hours, 7 days a week.

20 Carlson Court, Suite 400 647.428.2005 tel
Toronto, ON M9W 7K6 1.800.251.6543
647.428.2006 fax


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Electroman LLC is a wholly Omani owned Company, incorporated in 1977 in response to the Sultanate’s accelerating high-tech requirements.

Since inception the Management of Electroman has undertaken sustained and systematic efforts to develop, consolidate and expand its product range and resources which has led to the Company achieving widespread domestic and overseas recognition as one of the leading High-Tech Companies in the Sultanate of Oman

Foremost among the factors responsible for Electroman’s success is its capacity to represent the business interests of a number of Major Global Fire and Security, Telecommunications and Electronic equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers.

Electroman L.L.C
Po. Box : 82, C.P.O.
Postal Code: 111
Sultanate of Oman
Tel. : (968) 24510315/6/7/8
Fax.: (968) 24510605

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For over 10 years, the Algalita Marine Research Foundation has studied plastic marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. What we have found – exponential increases in the quantity of plastic debris – have a range of ecological impacts we are only beginning to understand.

To put a cap on it, we’re sounding the alarm, by sailing across the Pacific on 15,000 plastic bottles. Along the way, we’ll report our findings, collect ocean surface samples, and answer your questions through our blog.

Out of sight, out of mind no longer, We need for people to begin paying attention, before our oceans turn to plastic soup.

Wales Air Ambulance – Ambiwlans Awyr Cymru


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The service is vital to Wales with its widely scattered population, many in remote and isolated communities far from an A & E hospital.With a 2.9 million population plus high influx of tourists in the summer, the need is created for at least 2 helicopters 7 days a week.
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Mae’r gwasanaeth yn hanfodol i Gymru gyda’i phoblogaeth hydnod wasgaredig, llawer ohonynt mewn cymunedau anghysbell ac ymhell oddi wrth ysbyty Damweiniau ac Argyfwng, Gyda phoblogaeth o 2.9 miliwn a mewnlifiad uchel o dwristiaid yn yr haf mae hyn yn creu angen am o leiaf 2 hofrennydd 7 diwrnod yr wythnos.


Gary Bickely, Managing Director of De Vere St.David’s Park Hotel in Ewloe, Flintshire receives a Community Mark award on behalf of staff at the hotel, after their efforts in raising over £30,000 for Wales Air Ambulance.

Wales Air Ambulance relies ENTIRELY upon charitable donations to keep our air ambulances flying and saving lives across the whole of Wales. Each lifesaving mission can cost up to £1000.

Your support is urgently needed and here are some of the ways you can help:

Adopt us as your Charity of the Year
Distribute lottery leaflets to your staff
Hold a fundraising event
Advertise on our leaflets
Sponsor a helmet/suit for a paramedic
Ask us about payroll giving
Mobile phone recycling at no cost to you
Printer cartridge recycling again at no cost
Donate items for our local Charity shops
Offer staff time as a volunteer

We would be delighted to come and discuss all or any of the above personally with you.
Please call our fundraising offices in Swansea 08700 720999 or Wrexham 08700 736999.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance


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Since its foundation in 2000, the charity has expanded to provide a 365 day a year service covering Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. In August 2007, we took on Bedfordshire. Unbelievably, this means we cover an area approximately 11% of the total area of England.

With the assistance of the NHS Ambulance Trust and the Magpas Emergency medical team, our second Air Ambulance is now covering Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. MAGPAS is a charity based in Cambridge, supplying highly trained volunteer doctors to assist the NHS Trust paramedics fly on the second Air Ambulance five days a week. The East Anglian Air Ambulance is currently paying for the NHS Trust paramedics on the second helicopter.

We fly an average of 4 missions per day. It’s our job to get patients to hospital within the “Golden Hour”, and in an air ambulance that journey will take only minutes, greatly increasing patients’ chances of making a full recovery.

Here in East Anglia we need an air ambulance more than ever. Our roads are getting increasingly congested, leading to ever more road traffic accidents – which already make up more than 50% of our work. We are considered the most rural area in England with accidents occurring in remote locations not easily accessible by land ambulances.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance and MAGPAS are both charities, relying on donations from the public to continue services.

County Air Ambulance Trust


Our three helicopters serve an area of 8,000 sq miles and a population of over 7.8million.

Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Leicestershire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Rutland, Warwickshire, the West Midlands and the Welsh borders.

From their bases at RAF Cosford (near Wolverhampton), Strensham North Services on the M5, and The East Midlands Airport at Castle Donnington (near the M1) the helicopters are available for up to 10 hours a day, seven days a week.

County Air Ambulance Trust
PO Box 999
Green Lane

01922 618 058
0800 389 8999

VISAR, Virgin Islands Search and Rescue



Virgin Islands Search and Rescue (VISAR) is a voluntary organisation dedicated to saving life at sea. It is the officially recognised search and rescue service in the British Virgin Islands, where it provides 24-hour cover every day of the year in close co-operation with the Royal British Virgin Islands police, fire and ambulance services.

Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and undergo rigorous training in seamanship and small boat-handling skills, search and rescue techniques and first aid. They give up their own time to train and answer distress calls with nothing in return except the satisfaction of knowing that they are doing a vital job.

VISAR’s help can be summoned in the BVI in several ways:

– Dialling 767 (SOS)
– Dialling 999 or 911
– Dialling 494 4357 (494-HELP)
– A distress call on VHF Channel 16


Royal National Lifeboat Institution


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Saving lives at sea

The RNLI is the charity that provides a 24-hour lifesaving service around the UK and Republic of Ireland.

· The new MOB Guardian system, which has been developed by the RNLI for fishermen, gives an early alert to an emergency, helps reduce search time and provides the rescuers with an up to date position for the vessel. It means search and rescue agencies including RNLI volunteers don’t have to start a search with little or no information about the location of the casualty. If a single-handed fisherman falls over the side of their vessel the system will automatically alert Search and Rescue agencies and can also shut down the boats engine remotely. The fisherman wears a fob incorporating a panic button, so should a crewman become ill or caught in machinery, he can easily request help. It is confidential so location information about a particular vessel is not available publicly. For more information visit

· Grant funding for the system is as follows at present:

Current guaranteed funding availability:
RNLI : 35% of installed price ongoing
MFA England: 40% of installed price orders placed up to 30-09-0
SEERAD Scotland: 40% of installed price orders placed up to 30-06-08
DARD N. Ireland: 40% of installed price orders placed up to 31-12- 08
Sunderland Marine: 25% of installed price to policy holders on application
Scottish Boat Owners: 25% of installed price to policy holders on application *All financial help is off the capital cost of a MOB Guardian unit excluding vat
Funding may be available within Jersey, Guernsey and The Isle of Man – fishermen should contact their local associations or call MOB Guardian help desk on 01202 663142
Fishermen may be eligible for several grants

· The RNLI runs a free and confidential service called SEA Check, which involves an RNLI volunteer visiting a boat to provide useful guidance and advice about all safety matters. To find out more visit

· As a registered charity, the RNLI relies on voluntary contributions and legacies to ensure its volunteer crews have the very best lifeboats, equipment and training to help them save lives at sea.