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The people who keep air medical flights safe.

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The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

[...] about flight interviews? Here goes: Your skill as a medic or nurse can only hurt you in a flight interview.  Yep, you read that right – hurt you! Why Skill Doesn’t Matter In A Flight [...]

How To Get Your Flight Paramedic Resume Noticed Every Time

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The Secret of Air Ambulance Fly-Along Day

[...] ?  Share your own tips and experiences in the comment section below. Until next time . . . Clear Skies & Tailwinds, Fly-write —————————& [...]

How To Get Your Flight Paramedic Resume Noticed Every Time

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14 Things to Be Grateful For

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Finally, an Interview with a Rockstar!

[...] in the comment section below. A simple “Thank You Krista” is appreciated.   Clear skies & tailwinds, Fly-write   Wanna hear more Air Medical Rockstar stories?  Leave a [...]

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[...] on the “inside” can absolutely save you time, money and frustration. Air ambulance fly-along day is the perfect example. Insider knowledge about how fly-along day works can jump start your [...]

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How To Get Your Flight Paramedic Resume Noticed Every Time

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The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

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The Secret of Air Ambulance Fly-Along Day

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The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

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The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

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The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

[...] about flight interviews? Here goes: Your skill as a medic or nurse can only hurt you in a flight interview.  Yep, you read that right – hurt you! Why Skill Doesn’t Matter In A Flight [...]

Give Me Five Minutes and I’ll Give You the Secret to Flight Paramedic Interviews

[...] Flight Interviews Most prospective flight nurses, flight paramedics, and EMS pilots believe flight interview success is qualification based. They believe another instructor qualification, or trauma [...]

The Naked Truth About Flight Interviews

[...] about flight interviews? Here goes: Your skill as a medic or nurse can only hurt you in a flight interview.  Yep, you read that right – hurt you! Why Skill Doesn’t Matter In A Flight [...]

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