Interagency Emergency Helicopter Extraction Source List, PMS 512

The Interagency Emergency Helicopter Extraction Source List, PMS 512, provides incident management and coordination system personnel with a national list of emergency helicopter extraction availability and capability. This source list is compiled from federal, state, municipal governments, military, and Emergency Medical Response (EMS) and/or extraction programs throughout the country. This document can be useful when filling in the "Emergency Contact Checklist" on the Interagency Mishap Response Guide & Checklist, PMS 503, available at https://www.nwcg.gov/publications/503. Emergency helicopter extraction is used to insert emergency response personnel and/or extract critically injured personnel from remote or inaccessible locations. Incident management and coordination system personnel should take the time to understand the capabilities and limitations of helicopter extraction. Read our background and consideration information section including ordering resources and mission planning.

Geographic Area: Alaska

Geographic Area: Alaska
Source Map Location Map # Make & Model Ordering Procedure
Alaska Air National Guard Anchorage, AK, Fairbanks, AK 1, 2 Pavehawk (HH-60) Dispatch centers should coordinate requests for military, Coast Guard,
National Guard and National Park Service resources through the 11th Rescue
Coordination Center (RCC), Elmendorf AFB, Fairbanks, AK at phone #: 800-
420-7230 or 907-551-7230.
Coast Guard (Alaska) Kodiak, AK, Sitka, AK 4, 5 Jayhawk (HH-60J) Dispatch centers should coordinate requests for military, Coast Guard, National Guard and National Park Service resources through the 11th Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), Elmendorf AFB, Fairbanks, AK at phone #: 800-420-7230 or 907-551-7230.
National Park Service (Denali) Talkeetna - Denali National Park and Preserve 3 A-star (AS350-B3) Contact: Denali Communications Center, 907-683-9555, or South District Ranger, John Leonard, 907-733-2231, to check availability