Hi everyone! I was just wondering if there were any medevac pilots on here that might be willing to answer some questions for me! I've always loved aviation, and have wanted a pilot career. However, I was never excited about the airlines mostly because of their schedules. I've been considering the fixed-wing, medevac route because I truly want to help people, and their schedules appeal to me! So I was just wondering if anyone would mind answering a few questions! 1) Is it possible to make a 'life-long career' as a medevac pilot? 2) Are you home every night? 3) Is the pay decent? 4) Lastly, what happens if you are supposed to work a 7am-7pm shift and a call comes in at 6:30pm for a two hour flight, so you don't get back until almost 10pm; do you get paid overtime for those hours or how does that work? Thank you very much for all of your help and advice!