Spokane County Explorer Search & Rescue
"We serve so that others may live!""
Attn Current Members: Training on November 15 will take place at Felts Field. Please meet Scott at the Cafe parking lot at 18:30 and he will take you to the county hangar. If you are late, you will not be able to access the hangar, so please be on time.
Spokane County Explorer Search & Rescue was formed in 1970. This unit was one of the first search & rescue teams to be created within the Pacific NW region. The team operates under the jurisdiction of the Spokane County Sheriff Department in conjunction with the Washington Explorer Search & Rescue Association (WESAR) and the Boy Scouts of America.
ESAR is a program for young adults from fourteen (who have completed 8th grade) to twenty years of age, with adult advisor welcome to participate. The team specializes in the search of missing persons within urban and wilderness environments, recovery of the injured, evidence search operations, and provides mutual aid in disaster related emergences.
If interested we would encourage you to contact us to learn about this exciting opportunity to serve your community and develop important life skills that will lead you into your college and professional career.