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December 2021

RAF Search and Rescue Force
Cyprus and the Falkland Islands, from 1986 until 2016. The Search and Rescue Force was established in 1986 from the helicopter elements of the RAF Marine
No. 84 Squadron RAF
No. 84 Squadron of the Royal Air Force is at present a Search and Rescue Squadron based at RAF Akrotiri, using the Bell Griffin HAR.2 helicopter. It is
RAF Lossiemouth
units at RAF Lossiemouth including No. 5 Force Protection Wing and a team from the RAF Mountain Rescue Service. The airfield opened in 1939 and was operated
Royal Air Force Marine Branch
branch of the Royal Air Force (RAF) which operated watercraft in support of RAF operations. Just days after the creation of the RAF itself, the Marine Craft
History of Royal Navy Helicopter Search and Rescue
both the RAF and the Navy will surrender the civilian SAR role to contractors operating on behalf of the Coastguard. Royal Navy Search and Rescue had been
RAF Boulmer
(Search and Rescue) role. In 1940 a decoy airfield was set up near the village of Boulmer to divert German attacks from nearby Royal Air Force (RAF) airfields
Search and rescue (disambiguation)
mounted searchers and rescuers Search and Rescue Optimal Planning System, a comprehensive search and rescue system RAF Search and Rescue Force, an RAF organisation
Maritime Squadron of the Armed Forces of Malta
Maltese territorial waters, maritime surveillance and law enforcement, as well as search and rescue. It is based at Hay Wharf in Floriana. The Maritime
Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue Service
Air Force Mountain Rescue Service (RAFMRS) provides the UK military's only all-weather search and rescue asset for the United Kingdom. Royal Air Force mountain
Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre
Coastguard Agency Search and Rescue (SAR) helicopters The civil ARCC has no authority to task RAF mountain rescue teams. It monitors rescues in the United