CARLETON GROUND SEARCH & RESCUE INC.
Carleton Ground Search & Rescue team personnel concluded an Initial Response (Reflex Tasking) training workshop at the Carleton Victoria Wood Producers Association Board Room on the evening of February 18/2010. The scenario continued with our subject being a 58 year-old "overdue" fisherman in the Doughboy Lakes area of Carleton County, NB.
We were pleased to have 2 members of neighbouring Tobique Ground Search & Rescue participate in the Exercise.
Carleton Ground Search & Rescue Search Manager Tim Fox configuring a map for the Exercise.
Ray and Tim discussing some possibilities from the map...
.... updating more recent information with Team Members.
Tim reviewing the Doughboy Lakes area on the photo..
Reviewing the possible Initial Response areas in ESRI ArcMap
Team Members once again reviewing applicable data for our exercise from an "MLPI Course Manual", Koesters recent book on "Lost Person Behavior" and Reflex Tasking information.
Finishing up the evening with a quick exercise concerning a "lost hunter" scenario.
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