Search and Rescue was and still a critical role in our military heritage.
Story One: Search and Rescue
Story Two: More
Story Three: Search and Rescue in Far North
Since WWII, Canada’s East Coast has been the crucible for modern search-and-rescue techniques and equipment. Deadly Frontiers tells the story of a professional search-and-rescue culture
Dean Beeby, Deadly Frontiers: Disaster and Rescue on Canada’s Atlantic Seaboard
(Goose Lane Editions) ISBN 0-86492-311-2.
Para Rescue was initiated in 1942 by former World War 1 flying Ace and renowned bush pilot ‘Wilfred Reid (Wop) May’ OBE, DFC, who is considered the grandfather of Canadian Para Rescue