Aerial Recovery’s mission is to: Save Lives, Eliminate Confusion, Maximize Support and Accelerate Recovery.
Aerial accomplishes this by employing the most qualified, trained, and elite military veterans to deploy as Humanitarian Operators to man-made and natural disasters all over the world.
Our veterans’ vast training and years of experience in austere environments, combined with the resources and aid of partner non-profit organizations allows for highly effective missions and sustainable projects that save people’s lives, ease their suffering, and preserve human dignity.
Aerial Recovery has deployed 2 SOAR Teams, one to Cuba and one to Florida to conduct disaster relief, first aid and search and rescue operations following landfall by Hurricane Ian. Each SOAR Team will be on the ground in each location within 24 hours of 28-Sept.
Aerial Recovery has partnered with Global Empowerment Mission to support the estimated 3-7 million people who could become refugees due to the conflict in Ukraine. Aerial’s primary mission will be safeguarding, evacuating and fostering as many of the thousands of Ukrainian orphans as possible.
Since late February 2022, Aerial Recovery has rescued over 5,600 people within Ukraine.
ACTIVE MISSION: PAKISTAN FLOODS
Over 33 million people have been affected by the severe flooding that left 1/3 of Pakistan underwater. The Aerial Recovery SOAR Team and its partners at Global Empowerment Mission #bstrong have deployed to Pakistan to distribute aid to remote villages, as well as much needed medical care. To date, the team has distributed enough aid to feed 11,160 people for 2 weeks.
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BECOME AN AERIAL RECOVERY OPERATOR FOR FUTURE MISSIONS
Aerial Recovery will be hosting the next round of Tier 3 – Basic Training in June 2023. This is an in-person training that qualifies you to attend our Intermediate and Advanced Training classes. Basic Training is required for all volunteers wishing to deploy on missions with the team.
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AERIAL RECOVERY'S WORK TO DATE
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