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Post by Poobah on Tue Oct 23, 2007 2:06 pm

Brag. . .let's see. . .I've been on two UDF missions, both nondistress. Scored a find both times. Both were at about 10 on a Tuesday night when my squadron had just finished ES training, and we were already in BDUs with our equipment. Smile
So whoopedoo! There's my ES experience. I'm kinda out of the ES loop since my GES qual got canceled a few years ago. I just never got back into it.

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Post by topgun on Tue Oct 23, 2007 3:20 pm

Lets see....my experience is like 3 non-distress missions or so. A missing person search in which we worked with about 8 different SAR organizations. We did not locate the guy till yesterday. but instead of SAR finding him , it was a hunter...about 4 weeks later. Dogs were still alive but guy died 4 days after he went missing Sad.

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