A Comprehensive Aerial Response to Emergencies (CARE)
In just the past two years, the world has experienced a barrage of catastrophes, from wildfires to floods, pandemic to war, and the need for adaptable multi-mission aircraft has never been greater.
Is there a need for more aircraft to better respond to natural disasters? Is there a lack of supply of large airtankers to fight large wildfires? Is there need to modernize aging specialty aircraft with new fleets? Is there a need to invest multi role air assets to maximize the ability to respond to multiple missions? Is it time to adopt new tools to fight wildfires, such as incorporating retardant along with a suppressant response? Is it possible to share emergency air assets? Is it time for CARE?
Read more about CARE in the recent article in Air Med & Rescue.