The International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians are 1200 Rotarian pilots from six continents sharing Rotary’s commitment to fellowship and service. Fellowship activities include regional meeting of sections all over the world, culminating with a fly-in before and a fly-about after the annual worldwide Rotary Convention. Service missions include the many hundreds of Angel Flight sorties conducted by individual members in their aircraft, relief flights into Haiti and Mexico after natural disasters, and flight delivering medical and school supplies across international borders. A single flight by a Texas Rotarian in 1993 to delivery donated radiology equipment to the Tarahumara Indian Hospital in Creel also delivered heart defibrillators to a Madera Rotarian physician. The first Chihuahua state facility was restored to taking diagnostic x-rays, the second was able to treat and save a number of patients brought into the facility with cardiac arrest.