• SERVING SOUTHEASTERN NEW MEXICO AND WESTERN TEXAS

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COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY IS A CORNERSTONE OF OUR OPERATION

We are proud to be a part of the Southeastern New Mexico region.

It is our goal to support it far beyond the occupational services we provide. From participating in community events
to providing educational events in the areas of aviation and medicine, you can count on us to be there for you.

TRAINING

In addition to ongoing investment in our medical equipment, we are constantly investing in continued training and education for both our medical and flight crews. We invite community members to be a part of training by attending one of our monthly sessions, or coordinating with us to teach a specialty class on a particular topic.

SERVICE

At Trans Aero MedEvac, our commitment goes far beyond the service we provide. As an active member within the region, we look forward to joining our fellow community members and participating in local events.

COMMUNITY NEWS

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3 weeks ago

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As many of you may know Chief Gaylon Fuller passed away last month. We would like to thank the entire community for all the love and support that was shown during this most difficult time. Chief Fuller will be dearly missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. Rest easy sir. We'll take it from here. Gaylon Lee Fuller. Born January 11, 1972, passed December 14, 2021.Gaylon is survived by his parents, Charles Phillip and Lois Fuller; oldest brother Wesley Fuller and youngest sister Lara Ann Fuller; his son Gentry Fuller and daughter Shaylee Fuller. Niece's and nephew's include Makayela and Dustin Fuller, Chase Messer, Bailee Fuller, Cortlin and Caleb Smalls, Abigail Messer, and great niece Danielle Fuller.Gaylon is proceeded in death by brother Bryan Austin Fuller and sister Annell Dawn Fuller.Gaylon attended Cloudcroft Municipal School, NMSU, the Firefighter’s Training Academy in Socorro, NM and graduated the police academy in Silver City. His first post in law enforcement was in Hurley, NM as a patrol officer. From there, Gaylon accepted a position with the Roswell Police Dept. where he then resided and married Lacee Huffmon in 1995. He soon transitioned from the police force to work as a DOT law enforcement officer for the state of NM. Later, he accepted a Project/Terminal Manager position with CAST Transportation in Carlsbad, NM. This eventually led him to find his career with Nuclear Waste Partnership LLC as a Training Specialist in 2018. Throughout his life’s work, his passion and enthusiasm for volunteer fire prevention touched every aspect of his being. His first fire Department was Mayhill VFD and he later helped to establish the Upper Cox Canyon VFD. Once settled down in Carlsbad, Gaylon re-entered the VFD field with La Huerta VFD. This led to his recruitment of Chief at Happy Valley VFD. His legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone he interacted with, as well as the community he served.In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be made to your local fire department. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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Strong work to our partners on yesterday's scene from Eddy County Fire & Rescue, Carlsbad, NM Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 1687, and Happy Valley Fire / Rescue. We always appreciate your hard work and dedication! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Trans Aero MedEvac 1
As many of you may know Chief Gaylon Fuller passed away last month. We would like to thank the entire community for all the love and support that was shown during this most difficult time. Chief Fuller will be dearly missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. Rest easy sir. We’ll take it from here. Gaylon Lee Fuller. Born January 11, 1972, passed December 14, 2021.Gaylon is survived by his parents, Charles Phillip and Lois Fuller; oldest brother Wesley Fuller and youngest sister Lara Ann Fuller; his son Gentry Fuller and daughter Shaylee Fuller. Niece’s and nephew’s include Makayela and Dustin Fuller, Chase Messer, Bailee Fuller, Cortlin and Caleb Smalls, Abigail Messer, and great niece Danielle Fuller.Gaylon is proceeded in death by brother Bryan Austin Fuller and sister Annell Dawn Fuller.Gaylon attended Cloudcroft Municipal School, NMSU, the Firefighter’s Training Academy in Socorro, NM and graduated the police academy in Silver City. His first post in law enforcement was in Hurley, NM as a patrol officer. From there, Gaylon accepted a position with the Roswell Police Dept. where he then resided and married Lacee Huffmon in 1995. He soon transitioned from the police force to work as a DOT law enforcement officer for the state of NM. Later, he accepted a Project/Terminal Manager position with CAST Transportation in Carlsbad, NM. This eventually led him to find his career with Nuclear Waste Partnership LLC as a Training Specialist in 2018. Throughout his life’s work, his passion and enthusiasm for volunteer fire prevention touched every aspect of his being. His first fire Department was Mayhill VFD and he later helped to establish the Upper Cox Canyon VFD. Once settled down in Carlsbad, Gaylon re-entered the VFD field with La Huerta VFD. This led to his recruitment of Chief at Happy Valley VFD. His legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone he interacted with, as well as the community he served.In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be made to your local fire department. See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Trans Aero MedEvac 1
Strong work to our partners on yesterday’s scene from Eddy County Fire & Rescue, Carlsbad, NM Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 1687, and Happy Valley Fire / Rescue. We always appreciate your hard work and dedication! See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Trans Aero MedEvac 1
As many of you may know Chief Gaylon Fuller passed away last month. We would like to thank the entire community for all the love and support that was shown during this most difficult time. Chief Fuller will be dearly missed by all who had the pleasure to know him. Rest easy sir. We'll take it from here. Gaylon Lee Fuller. Born January 11, 1972, passed December 14, 2021.Gaylon is survived by his parents, Charles Phillip and Lois Fuller; oldest brother Wesley Fuller and youngest sister Lara Ann Fuller; his son Gentry Fuller and daughter Shaylee Fuller. Niece's and nephew's include Makayela and Dustin Fuller, Chase Messer, Bailee Fuller, Cortlin and Caleb Smalls, Abigail Messer, and great niece Danielle Fuller.Gaylon is proceeded in death by brother Bryan Austin Fuller and sister Annell Dawn Fuller.Gaylon attended Cloudcroft Municipal School, NMSU, the Firefighter’s Training Academy in Socorro, NM and graduated the police academy in Silver City. His first post in law enforcement was in Hurley, NM as a patrol officer. From there, Gaylon accepted a position with the Roswell Police Dept. where he then resided and married Lacee Huffmon in 1995. He soon transitioned from the police force to work as a DOT law enforcement officer for the state of NM. Later, he accepted a Project/Terminal Manager position with CAST Transportation in Carlsbad, NM. This eventually led him to find his career with Nuclear Waste Partnership LLC as a Training Specialist in 2018. Throughout his life’s work, his passion and enthusiasm for volunteer fire prevention touched every aspect of his being. His first fire Department was Mayhill VFD and he later helped to establish the Upper Cox Canyon VFD. Once settled down in Carlsbad, Gaylon re-entered the VFD field with La Huerta VFD. This led to his recruitment of Chief at Happy Valley VFD. His legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of everyone he interacted with, as well as the community he served.In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be made to your local fire department. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Trans Aero MedEvac 1
Strong work to our partners on yesterday's scene from Eddy County Fire & Rescue, Carlsbad, NM Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 1687, and Happy Valley Fire / Rescue. We always appreciate your hard work and dedication! ... See MoreSee Less
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