Davis, CA – November 10-12 – Project Recover had fourteen BentProp team members take the 3 day Wilderness Medical Associates OEM (offshore emergency medicine) Wilderness First Responder Course, with Jeff Isaac, concentrating on remote location medical emergencies.
As team missions expand and reach farther away from shore and civilization, members agree education on basic remote medicine techniques is a necessity. Jeff’s common sense logical approach to medicine and survival made the course super fun and retainable.
We were lucky. Jeff co-authored the course book Wilderness and Rescue Medicine (6th edition) and was gracious enough to make the Wilderness First Responder Course happen. A mountain and boating adventurer, and physician’s assistant (PA). Jeff’s knowledge is first-hand experience.
Team exercises like this help keep everyone in tune to the growing global environment we travel through. Another way BentProp team members are committed to the mission and themselves.
Thank you for reading and your support,
Read other posts related to Team Training:
- Team Goes to Mexico for WWII MIA Search Training
- Using Technology for Search and Recovery of MIA
- International World War II Conference 2017
- Oceanic Exploration in a Sea of Data
- National Air and Space Museum B-26 Bomber
Read posts related to MIA Searches:
- Ground Mission to Palau
- June 2018 – Post 1 – Team Heads Out to Find Solomon Islands MIAs
- June 2018 – Post 2 – Scuba Diving MIA Crash Sites
- June 2018 – Post 3 – The Solomons MIA Search Mission – What Happened
Project Recover is a collaborative effort to enlist 21st century science and technology in a quest to find the final underwater resting places of Americans missing in action since World War II to provide recognition and closure. Project Recover is a partnership among researchers at the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego, and The BentProp Project.