CARLETON GROUND SEARCH & RESCUE INC.
Our Team conducted a practical Urban Initial Response, clue awareness and GPS Outdoor Training Exercise on the evening of
Nov.19/2009. The Exercise was conducted adjacent to the Hartland Town Hall and surrounding downtown area in Hartland, NB.
We also had our Command Post vehicle on site for this exercise. Team Member Larry Harley monitored and directed the Exercise in the
Field. Jim and Ken attended to the command post.
Practical Urban Initial Response Training and Clue Seeking Exercise
Hartland, NB November 19/2009
Training Exercise Debriefing And Wrap-up with the Exercise Managers , Team Leaders and some of the Team participants in the
Hartland Town Hall Community Room.
Larry (centre) reviewing data and statistics applicable to our evening exercise with Jason (left) and Danny
(right). The book Larry is using is " Lost Person Behavior" by Robert J. Koester. It is " A Search and Rescue Guide on Where
to Look - for Land, Air and Water".
In the ESRI Arc-Map image above, red dots through downtown Hartland indicate the Garmin GPS Map 76Cx track plot obtained from one of the field teams. The eastern spans of the Hartland Covered Bridge crossing the St. John River is visible to the left in the photo.
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