Search and Rescue (SAR) and aeromedical forces worldwide are united by the common goal of being fast onto the scene and ensuring safe passage from harm to all victims stranded in the most undesirable of circumstances. While difficult enough on the surface, those who operate in the most extreme climates often have not just a more urgent need to decrease their response time – given the environmental hazards to the victims – but also far less opportunity to benefit from local infrastructure and assistance. Further confounding the issue is that many of these less inhabitable environments exist in troubled political regions, adding a further element of violence to the list of threats and thereby making some of these operations the most daring of all...
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