REGA SL is an Alpine Search And Rescue Group (for role play operations only) not affiliated to the Rega in RL. The name Rega comes from the German "Schweizerische Rettungsfluwacht" and the French "Garde aérienne suisse de sauvetage", also in Italian "Guardia aerea svizzera di soccorso". REGA SL was founded in late 2018, based initially in region Peeley, Gaeta V, was definitely moved to the snow lands of Sansara by early 2019, giving it the ideal scenario for alpine rescue operations.
This group was created for role play purposes only, with the sole intention of having fun, enjoying our flights and learning about alpine rescue operations. Membership si totally free and without commercial purposes.
The group and roleplay is rated "M" (Mature).
Rega SL is a civilian rescue team without military structures nor ranks, it's a team of equals accomplishing different tasks to achieve the best operational results. Anyone can play any role!
Rega SL mostly rescue skiers, alpinists, missing tourists and livestock.
For operational purposes in SL, Rega SL helicopters can carry a crew of two, a pilot and a paramedic or a doctor for rescue operations or can be flown by a single pilot on area patrolling operations.
Rega SL do not recruit people, but if you feel motivated and comfortable with Rega SL philosophy feel free to join. Membership is free but "invite only", so if you want to join Rega SL please feel free to contact out the Key People (see below) inworld by IM or Notecard.
Rega SL needs role players as:
- Helicopter Pilots
- Flight Doctors
- Operations Center Coordinators
- Ground Crew
- And, of course, we always need the victims to rescue!
- AgustaWestland AW 109 SP "Da Vinci". ICAO code: A109.
SL version: D-109 (Dani) by Daniels Fall. Permanently in service.
- Eurocopter EC-135 EMS. ICAO code: EC35.
SL version: Eurocopter EC-135 (Shergood) by Kelly Shergood. Occasionally in service.
- Paint kits available from SilvinaWild, Rega SL.
In RL the Rega is a private, non-profit air rescue service that provides emergency medical assistance in Switzerland. Rega mainly assists with mountain rescues, though it will also operate in other terrains when needed, most notably during life-threatening emergencies.
As a non-profit foundation, Rega does not receive financial assistance from any government.
All Rega helicopters carry a crew of three: a pilot, a flight doctor and a paramedic who is also trained to assist the pilot for radio communication, navigation, terrain/object avoidance, and winch operations.
In real life Rega operates with 11 helicopters AgustaWestland Da Vinci A109, 7 Airbus Helicopters H145, 1 Airbus Helicopters H125 and 3 ambulance jets Bombardier Challenger 650.