The German Bundeswehr (Federal Defence Force) operates a variety of aircraft in both EMS (emergency medical services) and SAR (search and rescue) roles all over Germany, flown either by personnel from the Luftwaffe (air force) or the Marineflieger (naval air service). Here you will find them sorted by type.
71+09 in an EMS role at the Katharinenhospital Stuttgart, picking up a patient:
71+18 in an EMS role, touching down on a busy junction in Hamburg:
Former NVA (National People’s Army, German Democratic Republic) Mil Mi-2 94+71 in an EMS role:
Former NVA (National People’s Army, German Democratic Republic) Mil Mi-2 94+72 in an EMS role:
84+83 as a specially equipped EMS helicopter for major incidents:
80+59 as a gate guardian near Kiel, ex SAR of the Marineflieger:
Nice little remote-controlled model of this type, albeit with an electrical motor:
Westland Mk.41 Seaking
89+57 SAR helicopter of the Marineflieger during a mock rescue in Hamburg harbour:
89+57 SAR helicopter of the Marineflieger on stand-by at Kiel:
89+58 SAR helicopter of the Marineflieger on stand-by at Kiel:
89+61 SAR helicopter of the Marineflieger on stand-by at Kiel:
Please note that these are scans from old 35mm slides from my archives, with resultant deterioration in colours and sharpness.