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Awards > American Eurocopter Medical Aircrew Award

American Eurocopter Medical Aircrew Award

The American Eurocopter Medical Aircrew Award has been developed to recognize the dedication of the “medical side” of the aircrew. The award itself is based on missions flown or dispatched. Crew members receive an award pin and certificate for each level reached.

American Eurocopter offers similar award programs for pilots and maintenance technicians.

Award Criteria

Award Levels

NO. OF MISSIONS
250
500
1,000
2,000
3,000

AWARD LEVEL
Silver
Sapphire
Ruby
Emerald
Diamond

Qualification

To receive this award, a letter or e-mail should be submitted by the crew member’s current Program Director, acknowledging qualification for a given award/mission level. This may be done anytime throughout the year. Letters should include the following information:

Please indicate if the award needs to be sent to a location other than that found on the letterhead, i.e. directly to the recipient’s address. Letter’s should be sent to:

Communications
American Eurocopter
2701 N. Forum Drive
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
communications@eurocopterusa.com

Significant Accomplishment Recognition

In addition to the award program previously described, American Eurocopter would like to help you recognize everyone who has made a significant contribtion/accomplishment to your operation (ie. developed an outstanding safety program). Recipients of this special recognition will receive an attractive plaque, suitable for presentation at an official ceremony or awards function. To submit a nomination please write or call the Communications Department. You will need to submit the individuals name, position/title and a brief description of the contribution/accomplishment.

Questions

If you have any questions or would like additional copies of this leaflet, please call the Communications Department at 1.800.873.0001

 

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