Midwest Rescue Airboats Recent Deliveries

Press Release
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
image courtesy Midwest Rescue Airboats

Midwest Rescue Airboats Recent Deliveries include:

Kansas City Fire Department:
Midwest Rescue Airboats delivered two 8ft x 21ft multi mission capable platforms to our Kansas City Fire Department. The Fire Department will use their two airboats on the area rivers and lakes for all their rescue operations. The airboat will also serve as positive pressure ventilation (PPV’s) for smoke evacuation for large area structures and have limited use for high rise applications. The airboats dual role use for the Kansas City Missouri Fire Department adds to the cost savings for the project.
 
Kansas City Kansas Fire Department:
Midwest Rescue Airboats delivered one 8ft x 21ft multi mission capable platforms to our Kansas City Kansas Fire Department. Kansas City Kansas Fire Department will also use their airboat for all rescue operations on the area rivers and lakes, the airboat will also be used for positive pressure ventilation (PPV’s) for smoke evacuation for large area structures and have limited use for high rise applications. the airboats dual role use for the Kansas City Kansas Fire Department adds to the cost savings for the project.
 
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks:
Midwest rescue airboats delivered an 8ft x 18ft lifesaver series to Ryan Smidt and Jason Sawyers with the Kansas Wildlife and Parks. The airboat will be used to patrol the Kansas River and surrounding waterways. Officers from across the state are receiving training on the newly acquired airboat purchased as an all weather rescue and enforcement vessel. The vessel is planned to be stationed in the Topeka area.
 
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