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Members of 442 Transport and Rescue Squadron assisted Comox Valley Ground Search and Rescue (GSAR) teams to evacuate an injured skier from Strathcona Park on Vancouver Island, early morning, Wednesday, January 9th

 

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The crew of an RCAF Cormorant helicopter responded to a marine incident involving a 30-foot sailboat that ran aground on the shores near Union Bay, British Columbia on Monday, January 7th

 

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Two people hiking on Marble Mountain, near Duncan, B.C., were hoisted to safety by the crew of an RCAF Cormorant helicopter after becoming stranded on steep terrain, Saturday night, December 22nd.

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Sightline Innovation Inc., a Toronto-based technology company, today announced the SAR2 research project with the Department of Engineering at the University of Western Ontario.

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Bond SAR in Action

Bond Offshore’s Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopter was scrambled on Monday 22nd October 2012 at 2.29pm as news came in that an EC225 Super Puma helicopter, operated by CHC had ditched in the North Sea, south of the Shetland Isles.

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At a ceremony in London, U.K., Canadian Forces (CF) search and rescue (SAR) personnel received the Award of Gallantry from the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators for their heroic actions in saving the lives of two Inuit hunters stranded in icy waters near Igloolik, Nunavut, on October 27, 2011.

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While several Canadian Forces search and rescue (SAR) crews and aircraft were conducting exercises with partner agencies in northern Quebec last month, their training was punctuated by two live incidents.

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SAREX 2012 Launches in Val-d’Or, Quebec

The Canadian Forces launched its annual national Search and Rescue exercise (SAREX) in Val-d’Or, Quebec Sunday. The exercise will continue until September 22.

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A hiker suffering a lower leg injury was hoisted to safety after  Search and Rescue crews from Lions Bay, B.C. and an RCAF Cormorant helicopter teamed up early Sunday morning, September 16th.

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A sailor with a suspected illness was hoisted from a 180-foot commercial fishing vessel by an RCAF Search and Rescue crew from 442 Squadron, 190 kilometres off Cape Scott, early morning of September 11th.

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