Rescue Global was founded to meet the urgent need of the humanitarian and disaster response community, for accurate information in the aftermath of a natural or man-made disaster. This resulted in the establishment of a charity dedicated to the rapid reconnaissance of these critical events, as well as the initial provision of advanced search, rescue and command support capabilities with which to empower the local, national and international decision making of others whose mission like ours, is to save life.visit the Rescue Global website
Hurricanes Irma and Maria
As food and water shortages, lack of medical supplies, and damaged infrastructure plagued Caribbean communities hard hit by hurricanes Irma and Maria, Airlink, LIFT, Patient Airlift Services (PALS) and Rescue Global teamed up to deliver large amounts of humanitarian aid to those in need.
Operation Airlift Caribbean partnership worked with commercial air carriers, general a…Visit the Hurricanes Irma and Maria page
Typhoon Hagupit Response
Typhoon Hagupit, made landfall on the province Eastern Samar, Philippines on Saturday, December 6, and is continuing its course through Manila. The typhoon's maximum sustained 1-minute wind speed was 180 mph, making it one of the most powerful typhoons of 2014. While the storm has now been downgraded from a Category 5 typhoon to a Category 3 tropical cyclone, it has still caused widespread damag…Visit the Typhoon Hagupit Response page
Typhoon First Response
Typhoon Haiyan, locally known as “Yolanda,” hit the Philippines on November 8, 2013. Rescue Global monitored the situation and determined that ongoing need would result in an increased need for reconnaissance and multi-agency command support. As a result, Rescue Global deployed for a 6 week period using their own King Air 90c aircraft. Geographical isolation proved to be a very large obstacle…Visit the Typhoon First Response page