G.I. Joe Search & Rescue provides assistance & resources to local authorities and families with missing loved ones.
We are a self-activating team of search & rescue volunteers, and we respond when notified of an emergency rescue or recovery mission.
We strive to prevent and assist in emergency rescue situations by 1) preparing and training ourselves with survival and SAR techniques, and 2) educating the public on safety and survival techniques.
Which is more important to survive, Food or water? Both are key elements to wilderness survival but the lack of water will send you into the danger zone quicker than the lack of food. Water 1. Human needs eight cups of water each day. 2. When 1% of the total water weight of a person’sRead More
Surviving in the wilderness is not about leisure, it is about staying alive by using all the resources you have available or is able to find. Some might be disgust by the idea but tampons and condoms are great items to carry with you. They are light weight and can serve many purposes to helpRead More
There are four things that you will need to survive in the wilderness, especially if you don’t know when help is coming – Food, Water, Shelter, and a Fire. SPIT FISHING Ever heard of spit fishing? All you need is a shirt and enough saliva to spit. Spit fishing is a quick way to catchRead More
Thank you to those who came out to support us on our 5 year anniversary on April 4, 2016. We had a great time sharing stories and honoring those we loved with you. A special thank you to our major sponsor: BJ’s of Laguna Hills Starbucks Whole Foods LA fitness Boomers of Irvine We lookRead More