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by nakenyon
Jul 10th, '18, 03:18
Forum: Vehicles
Topic: Marine Units
Replies: 11
Views: 356

Re: Marine Units

I get where the thought is coming from that they have to travel on the road, but so to regular boats. They are towed, typically by a utility type vehicle (SUV, Pickup, etc). I don't think it would be too troublesome to have them travel on the roads personally, but again, that's me.
by nakenyon
May 20th, '18, 22:51
Forum: Vehicles
Topic: EMS Captain
Replies: 2
Views: 158

EMS Captain

I feel it would be beneficial for the EMS Captain to function as an EMS Supervisor as well.

Setup in an OR situation like the police supervisor is; they can either be the EMS Supervisor OR the EMS Captain. Not both at the same time.
by nakenyon
May 10th, '18, 18:25
Forum: Suggestions
Topic: Quint
Replies: 2
Views: 188

Re: Quint

It seems it is an intermittent issue. It was filling a truck spot, but then I added a truck and it didn't shift to an engine. Although, then later in the night, it functioned just fine as an engine.
by nakenyon
May 10th, '18, 04:03
Forum: Suggestions
Topic: Quint
Replies: 2
Views: 188

Quint

It is labels ENG-LAD. However, I've noticed it won't fill the engine requirements on calls.
by nakenyon
Apr 25th, '18, 00:42
Forum: Vehicles
Topic: Supervisor Units
Replies: 4
Views: 419

Re: Supervisor Units

I would like to second this recommendation. PD Supervisor units in most of the U.S. also function as a patrol unit and will frequently respond and handle calls if the other field units are busy. Alternatively, the supervisor unit could be renamed to something like Police Sergeant and have a patrol f...