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Briefing Cards

Postby superrobinson44 » Mon Feb 27 2017, 04:22

Does anybody have any R44 Pax Breifing cards in .Jpeg, of PDF,
Thanks in Advance
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby Capt Hollywood » Mon Feb 27 2017, 06:40

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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby Evil Twin » Mon Feb 27 2017, 06:55

Gold!!! :D :D :D
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby aaron » Mon Feb 27 2017, 07:18

Capt. Do you have this in Chinese?
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby SKIDBITA » Mon Feb 27 2017, 08:32

Let me google that for you...

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=R44+safety+cards
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby NZHelo » Mon Feb 27 2017, 09:29

SKIDBITA wrote:Let me google that for you...

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=R44+safety+cards


One of the best post Ive ever read.....F**king gold
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby ozloadie » Mon Feb 27 2017, 09:42

If they're all dressed in green, it'll work!
Keep it flying, don't quit!
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby superrobinson44 » Mon Feb 27 2017, 10:43

Yeah Cheers for all the smart bum replys, pretty much what i expected from the armchair pilots, trying to find a genuine robby 44 briefing card all the ones on google are non genuine or terrible quality thanks it would be well received,
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby Lude » Mon Feb 27 2017, 13:57

If you want to PM me I can email them to you. I have a PDF that I received from Robinson of their own R44/R66 safety briefing card.
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby Capt Hollywood » Mon Feb 27 2017, 22:34

pretty much what i expected from the armchair pilots


Ouch! :(
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby ozloadie » Tue Feb 28 2017, 00:31

Any aircrew professional should be able to create their own briefing cards and other materials similar.
Briefings are a mandatory duty of a captain or crew.
You would be required to do that if you were in a remote or unique area and an opportunity arose that wasn't standard but able and legal to do. (No armchairs in the bush!)
Or would you throw the opportunity away or wouldn't you brief at all?

ADF aircrews are always flexing briefs to suit their varied missions, rarely is everything standard.
A sense of humour is a good section to include in the brief as well.
Pacifies the pax.
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Re: Briefing Cards

Postby Jabberwocky » Tue Feb 28 2017, 06:43

Most of the guys in here are anything but armchair pilots. It's the internet man, don't take it too seriously.
I did laugh when the Hollywood spec link had similar results to this thread as it's first link.

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