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Aquatic sar training **free!**

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    [IMG]file:///C:%5CUsers%5CBilly%5CAppData%5CLocal%5CTemp%5Cmsoh tmlclip1%5C02%5Cclip_image002.png[/IMG]ATTENTION ALL?FOR A UNIQUE TRAINING ANNOUNCEMENT

    AQUATIC SEARCH OPERATIONS
    SIDE SCAN IMAGE INTERPRETATION
    K9 Team selection and deployment

    Sponsored by Madison-Rockingham Rescue Squad
    April 22, 2017-- McMichael High School, 6845 NC-135, Mayodan, NC
    0800-1700

    Join us for this FREE 1-day training seminar for aquatic search operations. Primarily you?ll learn the use of side scan sonar to search for objects underwater. Major topics are: an introduction to the types of sonar which can be used, a detailed discussion of how sonar images are created, how to conduct a search, and image priority. The target focus is the interpretation of side scan images. Presenting these topics will be Mr. Gene Ralston. Gene has travelled extensively throughout the US and internationally to search for missing victims. http://gralston1.home.mindspring.com/Sidescan.html

    The classroom based presentation will use multiple images and a step-by-step method that will assist searchers to better identify anomalies, regardless of make/model of the sss unit.

    And there?s more?an interactive presentation detailing K9 team training, certification, and deployment. Why, when, where, and how to use this resource.

    [IMG]file:///C:%5CUsers%5CBilly%5CAppData%5CLocal%5CTemp%5Cmsoh tmlclip1%5C02%5Cclip_image004.png[/IMG]The ultimate goal is to get the Right Resource, to the Right Place, at the Right Time, with the Right Operators. Join us and learn better choices for aquatic searches.

    Attendance is limited, so it?s very important to RSVP with organization name and the number of attendees. RSVP should be emailed to billyleach@gmail.com. There is no cost for attending, courtesy of Madison-Rockingham Rescue Squad.

    Fundamentally these are the day?s training topics:
    • How does side scan sonar work?
    • Side scan sonar vs. side imaging sonar vs. scanning sonar
    • Principles of side scan operation
    • Pre-search planning
    • Search grid set up
    • Real-time navigation program to plot grid and search tracklines
    • Side scan image interpretation
    • Marking location of anomalies
    • Use of divers or ROV to inspect and recover confirmed object
    • K9 team selection, training, certification, and deployment
    • The drowning process and human decomposition

    [IMG]file:///C:%5CUsers%5CBilly%5CAppData%5CLocal%5CTemp%5Cmsoh tmlclip1%5C02%5Cclip_image006.png[/IMG]**You?ll receive a ~100 page booklet related to aquatic searching as part of the training. This will offer details you?ve not seen perhaps and a step-by-step guide to use when dispatched to a suspected drowning.**

    Developer and Sr. Presenter, Team Xtreme
    BIG RIG RESCUE

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