Air Medical Net would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year, a Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, a Joyous Kwanzaa, a Festive Festivus, a Jubilant Saturalia, a Gleðileg Yule, and the very happiest of any other holiday that you celebrate.
This is the time of year, more than any other, when we should all get along. It’s a shame we can’t all get along year-round, but maybe we can try to do so just for the end of December.
Most importantly, those of us in the United States should not provocatively, boisterously, and constantly shout out our unique spins on whether you should say “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas” at Starbucks, because I’m there, and I’m just trying to work on some things.
We recently passed our third anniversary of blogging about the latest goings-on in the air ambulance/flight EMS world. We’ve again partnered with the China Air Medical and Rescue Congress (2014 this time around), and will soon be bringing you more information and media coverage of that important international event for our readers who aren’t attending in person, like the gentleman in the red suit below.
We have some great things planned for 2014, and we hope to see you then!