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Pages I started
- Emergency Medical Services in the United States
- wig-wag (automobile)
- Emergency vehicle equipment
- Fleet vehicle
- Courtney Jaye
Pages I added a lot to or rewrote for clarity
Images I added
I keep forgetting my log-in info for the commons, so these are under different names.
The parts and workings of a rotating light: Top The assembled beacon, including an optional mirror to be used when the beacon is placed in the windshield or rear window. Center The beacon, with the mirror removed. Bottom left and right The green dome of the beacon has been removed to show its rotating reflector, incandescent lamp, and electric motor.
Close up of an older light bar: this light bar has a clear dome under which two rotating lights can be seen in this view. The rotating light on the right is fitted with an additional red lens, while the left light will give off unfiltered white light. At the extreme left, a siren speaker can be installed behind the grill.
- Basic research
- Tools, parts and supplies (Please put tools away where you are done with them.)
Why do people with Lou Gehrig's Disease get their own ambulances?
Release the hounds!
- plot ot The Wind in the Willows
Hx of ambulance development - car based and early van based.
- Category:Wikipedia articles needing copy edit (articles so tagged)
- Wikipedia:Cleanup (unsorted requests for copy-editing and other cleanup)
- Wikipedia:Typo (systematic fixing of mistakes)
- Wikipedia:Pages needing attention (cleanup requests sorted by topic)
- Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Society, law, and sex