US Air Force Rescue: “Cloud-based collaboration tools would really help”

US Air Force Rescue: “Cloud-based collaboration tools would really help”

February 2015
The US Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) is charged with coordinating all civil search and rescue, routine search and rescue, and all the way up to mass rescue situations covering 48 states (not including Alaska and Hawaii). It is also charged with working with search and rescue (SAR) partners, from Canada in the north to Mexico and the Caribbean in the south. Ahead of the Search and Rescue Europe event, Lieutenant Colonel Ian Kemp, the Center’s commander, took some time to speak with Defence IQ about the priorities and technological gaps when it comes to saving lives…


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