Rescue of over 100 travelers trapped in different locations across Nepal, including use of helicopters, ground units, and medical staff coordinating through satellite communication.
Two hikers trapped in a snowstorm without any way to continue their trek due to risk of hypothermia. They were evacuated within hours of getting the call using a local helicopter belonging to our rescue team.
Three travelers lost their way and were trapped at a location that did not allow for self-rescue and without being able to call for help. The travelers were found after several intense days of searching using helicopters, horses, and on-foot trackers. They were finally evacuated by helicopter for continued medical care.
A hiker on the Israel National Trail reached the Small Crater of the Negev, found himself in distress due to a heatwave and pressed the satellite communication device he was carrying. Our emergency center calls in the nearest rescue team to provide medical aid and evacuate him to hospital.