National Association for Search and Rescue

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This SAR organization team started in 1972. The National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR) is an organization in the United States interested in the training of search and rescue, disaster relief, emergency medicine and awareness education. NASAR is interested in search and rescue as a humanitarian mission. NASAR works closely with other organizations such as the Mountain Rescue Association, and the National Park Service (NPS). This SAR organization team started in 1972.

It should not be confused with the Canadian government National Search and Rescue Program.

Timeline[edit]

  • 2014:
  • Executive Director
  • Chris Boyer
  • Board Members
  • President: George Rice
  • Secretary: Mike Vorachek
  • Treasurer: Monty Bell
  • Board Members: Rob Brewer, Paul Falavolito, Bernard Fontaine, Lee Lang, Kim Kelly, Paul Lake

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