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The service also boasts a network of military champions who were instrumental in setting up the access course and act as advocates, ensuring all former members of the military receive the support they need when joining and throughout their time with WMAS.
"A man, aged in his 40s, was taken to hospital with injuries not believed to be serious," a WMAS spokesperson said.
The CQC's Chief Inspector, Professor Ted Baker, said: "WMAS was the first ambulance service in England to receive an Outstanding rating and I am pleased to announce that it continues to provide an excellent service.
We believe that WMAS offers a long-term career option as they come back into civilian life.
WMAS will take over the contract in November 2019, and plan to integrate both the 999 and 111 services in the area, leading to "significant improvements for patient care".
In a joint statement, the CCGs explained that the requirements of the service increased before last May, and as a result WMAS required additional funding to continue the service.
A WMAS spokesman said: "On Friday at 9.42am, we were called to Walker Road in Bloxwich, to reports of a collision between a car and a pedestrian.
The state's public Wildlife Management Area (WMA) network offers numerous squirrel-hunting opportunities, but you'll need to consult the brochures for each WMA.
Several large reservoirs are surrounded by Army Corps of Engineers federal lands and/or state WMAs, many of which are large and difficult to access.
"Unite is aware that WMAS is currently going through a redundancy exercise due to extreme financial pressures and understands that WMAS needs to make cuts totalling PS11.7 million this financial year (2016-2017).
WMAs under the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks have both open-access and limited-draw hunting areas with intensively managed habitats for waterfowl hunters.
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