How to use Search-and-rescue in a sentence

search-and-rescue
  • She started because she had a retired search-and-rescue Rottweiler that she figured could continue helping people.

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  • The crews trained at the Search and Rescue Training Squadron RAF Valley before taking over the SAR standby in October 1974.

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  • Trave l Insurance Comprehensive personal insurance, including search and rescue is required on this trip.

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  • However, because of their superior intelligence and tracking abilities, German Shepherds are now employed by search and rescue teams, police and military, and as helper dogs for the disabled.

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  • This led to the continued service of German Shepherds as search and rescue dogs.

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  • The inaugural project of this organization was DOGNY, a sculptural tribute to those same search and rescue teams.

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  • The following famous dogs are just a few of the courageous search and rescue teams who worked tirelessly to recover victims from the collapsed WTC towers after that fateful day of September 11, 2001.

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  • Ricky and partner Janet Linker also participated in search and rescue efforts during the 9/11 tragedy.

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  • Hoke the yellow Lab and partner Julie Noyes were also a vital part of the Trade Center search and rescue efforts.

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  • He may choose the search and rescue field or a medical career where the risks are the highest, such as becoming a surgeon or research scientist seeking a cure for deadly diseases.

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  • If a pilot is to crash land an airplane, he is able to activate the micro transmitter which will alert search and rescue.

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  • The distress frequency has a range of approximately 100 miles and transmits on the frequency that is monitored by Cospas-Sarsat, an international search-and-rescue operation.

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  • West has done volunteer work around the globe and is trained in advance search and rescue.

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  • Much of the general public thinks of the Coast Guard as the men and women who do search and rescue at sea or whose presence is called for after or during a natural disaster, and they would be right.

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