Hello and welcome to Infinite Flight’s first emergency service organisation. I, JamesQFA380 was inspired by the devastating Australian bush fires in 2019/2020 as well as the feedback from the IFC wanting to not only support emergency services but also to understand what emergency personnel do and how to prepare themselves for such disasters. As a firefighter with the News South Wales Rural Fire Service (Australia), I decided to seize the opportunity and to do exactly that by creating an organisation focused on virtual emergency response and sharing information about different types of emergencies.
I am overjoyed that IFR is now an officially approved organisation and am excited to share the future of the service with Infinite Flight, the IFC and most importantly you. With new, improved and fascinating features regularly coming to the organisation over the coming weeks and months as well as our upcoming plans, I look forward to seeing you in the skies with me responding to realistic virtual incidences and events!
See you around
Commissioner and Founder of International First Responders
Within IFR we have a headquarters located at YSSY (Sydney, Australia) called the GCC. This site houses our Executive (staff) team responsible for the daily and long term strategic operation and plan of the organisation. Flying the Boeing 757-200 and Cessna Citation X, our Executive Team consists of:
Commissioner and Founder: @JamesQFA380
Assistant Commissioner: N/A
Chief superintendent: N/A
|Community Engagement Officer||Operational Officer (OpO)||Membership Officer|
The Infinite Flight police specialise in Quick Reaction Alert, crime observation and spotting, escorting, perimeter control, assisting aircraft in distress, dogfighting, organised crime prevention, community information events, supply gathering and dispatch operations.
Infinite Flight Police Fleet
|Trainee||Start of general policing course||Cessna 172|
|Support (optional rank)||Successful completion of police course||Dash 8 Q400|
|Constable||Successful completion of police course||Cessna 208 and A-10|
|Senior Constable||Minimum 50 hours||F-14 and F-16|
|Leading Senior Constable||Minimum 75 hours||F-22|
|Sergeant||Minimum 100 hours||AC-130|
The Infinite Flight Firefighters specialises in general firefighting, low level attacking, mountainous attacking, Remote Area Firefighting, asset/community protection, assisting with prescribed fuel-reduction burning (Hazard Reduction), community information events, supply gathering and firecom operations.
Infinite Flight Fire Fleet
|Trainee||Start of basic firefighter course||Cessna 172|
|Support (optional rank)||Successful completion of basic firefighter course||Dash 8 Q400|
|Firefighter||Successful completion of basic firefighter course||Boeing 717|
|Deputy Captain||Minimum 50 hours||C-130|
|Senior Deputy Captain||Minimum 75 hours||DC-10F|
|Captain||Minimum 100 hours||Boeing 747-8|
The Infinite Flight Paramedics specialises in rapid response airlift, remote paramedicine, mass causality evacuation, remote GP flights, intensive care paramedicine, community information events, supply gathering and dispatch operations.
Infinite Flight Paramedic Fleet
|Trainee||Start of paramedicine course||Cessna 172|
|Support (optional rank)||Successful completion paramedicine course||Dash 8 Q400|
|Paramedic||Successful completion paramedicine course||TBM-930|
|Intensive Care Paramedic||Minimum 50 hours||CRJ-200|
|Station Officer||Minimum 75 hours||C-130|
|Station Manager||Minimum 100 hours||C-17|
Senior Ranks (non-staff)
The IFR Senior Ranks are specifically for members who have been within IFR for years with a significant amount of experience or real-life emergency service experience. The Senior Ranks specialises in operational, service and organisational supervision, coordination, management, command, strategies and tactics.
Infinite Flight Senior Rank Fleet
|Deputy Group Commander||After Captain/Station Manager/Sergeant or elected after Deputy Captain/Senior Constable/Intensive Care Paramedic||Boeing 737BBJ|
|Group Commander||After Deputy Group Commander||Boeing 737BBJ|
|Inspector||After Group Commander||Boeing 737BBJ|
- 15 years old.
- Trust Level 2 (member) on the Community Forum in good standing.
- Grade 3.
- 40 hours of flight time (10 hours being recent).
- Violation/landing ratio of 0.25 in the last 12 months.
- No reports or violations within the last six months.
- Able to respond to incidents without prior notice - when schedule shows available.
- Have a pro subscription on Infinite Flight.
- Have a discord account.
- Must not be on the IFVARB blacklist or watchlist.
- First responder requirements plus
- Held position of Captain for at least one year or
- Current or past real world first responder.
- Maximum of four reports in the last year.
- 100 flight hours (20 hours being recent).
- 500 ATC operations
- Able to fly long distances/for hours without prior notice.
- First responder requirements plus
- Maximum of two reports or violations in the last year.
- Six months of previous experience in another VO/VA or
- Admin experience in real life.
- Paperwork: attaining all the required paperwork for your application. This is the stage you are currently at. Keep an eye on your notifications, if there is an issue or missing paperwork we will contact you via PM. If you have emergency/flight experience as mentioned in Senior Rank notes then you will complete the ‘Current/Prior Emergency Service/Flight Experience’ form which can be received on request from the membership team. Also do not forget to upload your full stats table and violation table.
Background checks. This is to make sure you are in good standing with the community and hold yourself to a mature standard. You are not required to do anything at this stage.
Aptitude evaluation. While we complete your background checks, we require you to complete the next stage which is the IFR aptitude evaluation. This is a casual, ‘no wrong answers’ assessment that helps the membership team understand how you will behave and interact within the organisation. Please reply to this post with a comment when you have completed the evaluation.
Approved. If you are successful in all three stages then you will an officially approved new member. This is when you will receive your VI course, Service Standards (policy) manual and be allocated an aerodrome/airport that suits you after which you will receive your SI course to complete at your station with your crew.
IFR is not an emergency service organisation in any real-life or legal capacity.
IFR is not associated with any real-world emergency service, organisation or alike.