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List of rescue knots (firefighter and high angle rescue, survival, search operations), how to tie best rope rescue knots - basic tying guides with diagrams

List of rescue knots (firefighter and high angle rescue, survival, search operations), how to tie best rope rescue knots - basic tying guides with diagrams

Katrina: Six Years Later

My friend Stephanie arrived in NOLA a couple of weeks ago, and began looking for an apartment. Of course I offered to drive her through what I consider the "good" neighborhoods to look for rentals. As we drove through the Black Pearl, one of the nicest Uptown neighborhoods, Stephanie suddenly asked me "are you sure this is a good area?" "Positive," I said. "It's beautiful here." "But what about the graffiti?" Stephanie asked me. I looked in the direction she seemed to be looking. "Graffiti?"…

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Search & Rescue Pocket Card with standardized Markings and Types. A must have for Disaster Response teams. Compiled by FEMA Search instructor. Download Now.

Search & Rescue Pocket Card with standardized Markings and Types. A must-have for Disaster Response teams. Compiled by FEMA Search instructor. Free Download Now.

Urban Search and Rescue Markings  Single Slash: This means that FEMA responders have gone inside and that a building search is in progress. This helps reduce duplication of search effort, and lets other responders know where their teams are searching. X with Writing in Quadrants: This means that a search has been completed. Left Quadrant: Search team’s identifier “tag”, usually a short acronym or military number. Top Quadrant: Time and date search team left the building. Right Quadrant.....

Urban Search and Rescue Markings Single Slash: This means that FEMA responders have gone inside and that a building search is in progress. This helps reduce duplication of search effort, and lets other responders know where their teams are searching. X with Writing in Quadrants: This means that a search has been completed. Left Quadrant: Search team’s identifier “tag”, usually a short acronym or military number. Top Quadrant: Time and date search team left the building. Right Quadrant.....

Team Wendy Exfil, SAR, Rescue Gear, Agilite, Bridge System, Search and Rescue, tactical gear

Team Wendy Exfil, SAR, Rescue Gear, Agilite, Bridge System, Search and Rescue, tactical gear

Team Wendy, Agilite bridge system, helmet, search and rescue, rescue gear, SAR, Team Wendy Exfil, tactical, rope rescue, swift water,

Team Wendy, Agilite bridge system, helmet, search and rescue, rescue gear, SAR, Team Wendy Exfil, tactical, rope rescue, swift water,