- 01-30-2011, 09:13 AM #26
*CERT = Community Emergency Response Team
BTW, my thanks to all the LEO's and FF/Paramedics here for the job you do!
- 04-05-2011, 10:35 PM #28
- 04-09-2011, 11:44 AM #31
Mil member here and i use quite a few apps actually. One I love is tac-nav. Great app for MGRS grids and satellite based maps. Use it in conduction with topoMaps on my iPad for range recon and making my overlays for maps. Also use my camera for that cause basically a map says one thing but to have the pictures of the areas of question is very useful when briefing a BN or BDE commander. Of course that all gets put together with keynote on my Mac then loaded onto my iPad to review and make changes.
Other apps I love is army apft calculator, tc 3-22.20, and an Army bodyfat calculator that also does DA-5500 and 5501 and can email them to myself.
Just a few ways I use mine :-) not to mention the games and YouTube for the down times.
- 04-09-2011, 12:14 PM #32
- 04-10-2011, 07:29 PM #34iPhone Newbie
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LEO - use log me in ignition which puts me on my desktop at work for RMS access. Also the sys admin and can access our booking computer, server, etc. to address issues remotely. Use GPS, I've used the wi-fi locator to mess with people in interview and make them think I know more than I do Used voice recorder and camera in pinches when I didn't have a "work one" with me to record phone calls, etc.
THANKS TO YOUR THREAD (WITH THE BUMPS ) I found NYS penal law apps, but none with great reviews - any of them worth it?
- 04-11-2011, 03:30 PM #35
- 04-18-2012, 09:53 AM #38
I'm a dispatcher and Critical Care EMT- (EMT-I) I use:
2 separate county protocol apps.
Drugs.com pill identifier
ERG (Hazmat book)
a unit conversion app (For drug math)
Micromedex drug information
MediBabble (for language translation)
A few few apps for ECG and Drug review to keep fresh.
I use the Seidio Convert (rugged) case that fits awesome on my duty belt.