SAR Fundamentals/Incident anatomy/Part 2


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Brett Wuth

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SAR Mgmt video
"Initial Response" 27:30
spend time repacking my pack (back of room, or outside)

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Total Time: 30 minutes

  • 2011-02 10:39-11:04: 0.4h
  • 2013-02 11:28-11:56: 0.5h

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18 min

  • play part 2 of video

10 min

discuss video

  • LAST
  • Clue Handling
  • activities students might take on
    • Interiew
    • sound sweep
    • confinement
    • demobilization
    • critique

  • info changes - fog of war
  • continuing investigation
  • canine searchers
  • types of search activity
  • roles
    • logistics
    • media
    • plans
    • manager
  • mobile command post

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  • projection screen
  • video project
  • video player
  • video - Search Management

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Copyright © 2012, Brett Wuth.

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