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lifeguard

A call sign used by air ambulance aircraft. This call sign is used in the flight plan and also in radio communications. In the latter case, it means expeditious and priority handling of aircraft is required. The call sign “Lifeguard” is followed by an aircraft registration number (e.g., “Lifeguard two five six”).
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Abu Dhabi: Keeping beachgoers safe is becoming a nerve-wrecking task for lifeguards as many residents callously ignore safety warnings while taking a dip, XPRESS has learnt.
Lifeguards Jessica Hargreaves, Mike Scott, Alex Bowden and Mike Murray | |
The committee at Rest Bay Lifeguard Club in Porthcawl fear safety could be compro-|mised at the award-winning beach if Bridgend council cuts lifeguard provision
She radioed the lifeguards at nearby Longsands beach in Tynemouth and asked them to launch their inshore lifeboat to the scene.
This year Golden State Lifeguards is again changing the rules and raising the bar by now allowing basic lifeguards to seek employment.
Not every beach is guarded every day and we always strongly advise the public to only swim where there is a lifeguard on duty and to obey the flags and the lifeguards at all times.
RNLI lifeguards took in the injured puffin and called a local volunteer from a bird sanctuary to collect him.
However winter will soon pass and the RNLI lifeguard team will once again be busy training and preparing the equipment to ensure that the charity delivers another successful safety service on the country's beaches in 2013.
This summer, these students represent about 12 percent of the company's 250-member, high school- and college-age lifeguard staff.
The Swimming Teachers' Association pool lifeguard course, is open to all confident swimmers over the age of 16.
Aa"The job is never as glamorous as one expects," says Bassam Arab, 28, a senior lifeguard at the Long Beach swimming club in Manara.