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search-and-rescue

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  • He and his large German Shepherd, Ranger, had arrived on the 12th and, within hours, had begun that amazing duet called search-and-rescue work: the dog’s instinct and intense concentration combined with the handler’s keen attention and response to the dog’s cues.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Dogs

  • So much wreckage blocked his home that he couldn't get near it, and government search-and-rescue teams were combing the area.

    Fateful Choice on a Day of Disaster

  • In May, the eight nations abutting the Arctic Circle, the Arctic Council, tried to sound a note of civility by signing an agreement to coordinate search-and-rescue missions in the region.

    Russia to Deploy Troops to Defend Interests in Arctic

  • ‘Definitely still mysterious'Dave Weber, a structural engineer in Columbia, Mo., arrived in Joplin the night of the tornado with a search-and-rescue team that helped find victims in Home Depot and other "big box" stores where people died.

    Tornado lessons could lead to stronger buildings

  • Around 1,275 rescue teams from 38 provinces were being sent to the region, officials said, and troops were also assisting search-and-rescue efforts.

    Turkey earthquake leaves 138 dead and fears for hundreds more

  • (One would have to be prudent, of course, as there were strands of proto-modernism even amid the gold, but then what is needed is an artistic search-and-rescue mission of sorts.)

    Jugendstil

  • At a summit in May, Arctic powers, including heavyweights Russia, Canada, the U.S., Denmark and Norway, divided up search-and-rescue responsibilities for the region and pledged to create rules for preventing and cleaning up oil spills.

    Canada Escalates Its Arctic Presence

  • In Rikuzentakata, men from the SDF's Ninth Division arrived before dawn the morning after the tsunami, and later provided food and drinking water in addition to search-and-rescue operations.

    Japan's Crisis Bolsters Its Military

  • Sunarbowo Sandi, head of the search-and-rescue team, told the Associated Press Monday that some victims may be trapped in buses and cars that sank after the busy 700-meter bridge dropped into the murky waters of the Mahakam River in the island of Borneo.

    Bridge-Collapse Toll Hits 11

  • The activities also will feature an increased number of noncombat activities, such as search-and-rescue missions and navigation training, as well as some cultural and trust-building exercises, including community-service projects.

    U.S., Vietnam in Exercises Amid Tensions With China

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