"Joint" helicopter rescue

#1
This may have been posted before but I've only just picked it up on Rum Ration (link). Would you credit it?

Army helicopter flies patient from Scotland
Fast, fair and accurate

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#2
Reasons not to read the Indy..Kack reporting
 
#4
Auntie Beeb seems to have done better, including a photo of a cab in the correct livery for once:

Navy flies critically ill patient to London
BBC News 15 April 2010 said:
Navy flies critically ill patient to London

A critically ill patient had to be flown from Scotland to London by military helicopter after volcanic ash grounded planes in the UK. The woman was taken by ambulance from hospital in Dunfermline, to HMS Gannet at Prestwick. Only a Royal Navy Sea King helicopter was suitable to make the journey after the volcano erupting in Iceland led to restrictions on UK airspace...

 
#5
None of the 'press' gives a stuff about accuracy over any subject, so determining the difference 'twixt Army - Royal Navy - Royal Air Force, is far beyond the Blair 'educated' youth manning the 'minor stories desk'.

I am incensed that 'The Daily Telegraph' and 'The Daily Mail' make so many childish errors. The BBC I can understand - the Marxists are not enamoured of Her Majesty's Armed Forces. This attitude will be changed when Mr. Cameron becomes Prime Minister.
 

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