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ASAR National is a virtual, online, social media organization comprised of Search and Rescue Teams that use Powered Paragliders (PPGs) as their primary search platform. We are dedicated to perfecting search methods and inter-agency SOPs with other search teams, search tacticians and law enforcement and fire/rescue agencies.

Squadrons

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863rd- "Acta Non Verba"

626th Tuum Fiat Voluntas

Videos and

Team Picture Pending

451st- "First In"

Videos and

Team Picture Pending

Northwest Tennessee Ultralight - info pending

Kurt Duggar (Pilot)- Team Leader

Alan (Pilot/Ground Support)

Mike (Pilot/Ground Support)

Other team info pending

The 863rd ASAR Squadron - Sky Pirates - based out of Bradonton, Florida. Wachuala Airport is their primary training center.

Rick E Davies(Gorilla) - Team Leader

Rick Davies (Ground support)

Paul Abachon (Ground Support)

Shaun Stewart (Pilot EMT Firefighter)

Mike Carter (Pilot EMT Firefighter)

Carl McGee (Pilot)

Bryant Tonkin (Pilot)

Alex Garske (Pilot)

Partha Peddi (Pilot)

"Acta Non Verba"

The 626th ASAR Squadron - Dragons - based out of Lowell, Indiana. Their area of specialty is Northwest Indiana. Lake, Porter, Jasper, Newton counties.

 

Brian Pirl (Lead Pilot) - Team Leader

Jason Coin (Ground Support / EMT)

Ryan Kennedy (Ground Support / EMT)

Carl Pirl (Ground support)

Ryan Cox (Ground Support)

"Tuum Fiat Voluntas"

The 451st ASAR Squadron - The Red Angels based out of Astor, Florida. Pierson Field is their primary training facility. Their area of specialty is the St Johns river running from South of Sanford, Florida to Palatka, Florida and the adjacent national and state forests. 

Sandy Graves (Pilot) - Team Leader

Operations - to be filled

Don Darden (Ground Support)

Terry Wilcox (Medic)

"First In"

ASAR National is an information resource only. It does not recommend any of its members for any specific operation nor vouch for the character or abilities of any of the team personnel. Each team must develop its own skills, relationships and reputation, document its successes, and vet its members for their suitability as a team member. All information presented here is done so with good intention and for entertainment purposes. Any information taken from this website that is adopted and executed is done so at the user's own risk. Powered para-glider flying can be dangerous to pilots as well as ground crew. ASAR National does hope to become a resource for law enforcement and fire/rescue and to assist them by forwarding to member ASAR teams all information concerning ongoing searches so that members may offer and provide their assistance or learn from the experiences of others.

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