Our Search & Rescue team is composed of highly trained and dedicated individuals that volunteer their time and expertise to assist local emergency services in finding the lost and missing.
Our team has a command trailer equipped with computers, mapping software, GPS units, communications system (handheld radios and repeater), and more. We also have a rescue boat with high quality SONAR for water searches and rescues.
- Help local authorities search for lost or missing persons
- Rescue injured people in wilderness areas
- Show the love of Jesus to missing persons and their families
- Show our neighbors who God is by a faith that works (James 2:26)
- Train teams and have them ready to respond at short notice
- Equip teams with the proper tools needed to organize and coordinate searches
- Have people available to provide spiritual support for the families and friends of missing persons
As the Incident Commander I wanted to pass on my personal thanks to the entire team. Your professionalism, dedication and spirit were clear to everyone. Your work was excellent…Thank you all again for your support.
I have been doing this for 10 years, and I have never seen an operation as organized as this.
Would you like to help support the work of Search & Rescue?
Funds are needed to help cover the cost of equipment and Search & Rescue operations. If you wish to help, please use the donate button below. Thank you for helping to reach out to distressed people here in the United States.
For more information about Search & Rescue, contact CAM at 330.893.4820.
Oklahoma Search & Rescue team joined 30 agencies—tribal, state, federal, and local authorities—working together, searching for a lost boy.
The beauty surrounding Josh as he dangled his feet in the creek was delightful. But he saw none of the beautiful forest that enveloped him.
Search & Rescue was started in 2016 as an arm of Rapid Response. Searching for the lost and missing gives us the chance to reach out.
Amelia, who was mostly non-verbal, was calling loudly for help. She was stuck in the mud and unable to move. “It was just a miracle!”
A damp February afternoon found the Virginia Search & Rescue team looking for forty-year-old Trenton from Tennessee.