sorry i wasnt sure where to post this,,but im looking for a few good site recomendations for s.a.r. equipment,,i work from home and can leave my house at just about anytime,and i feel i could help people out with the right equipment,and i feel i owe what i can provide,my wife is a licensed chiropractor out of chesapeake virginia and can also travel along with a portable adjusting table for back injuries and such.. i found a couple sites with kits but im really not sure if a "kit" will provide me with things that are needed more so as just basic essentials.
so also if some people can chime in on some things a "kit" does not provide, i would be very thankful for your time..:)
05-30-2011 09:48 PM
05-30-2011 10:03 PM
Well great, now i've got this picture in my head of some guy laying in a ditch, in the freezing cold, half way up mount Everest, screaming "Oh god, if only i had a chiropractor!"...
05-30-2011 10:06 PM
05-31-2011 02:18 PM
Before you buy any equipment, hookup with a local SAR group and get some training. Search and Rescue is not a solitary operation it is a highly coordinated activity.