Ukraine Orphan Rescue Mission Day 5 | SITREP

sitrep ukraine Mar 04, 2022

Poland-Ukraine - DAILY SITREP 3/04/2022 (LAST 24 HRS)

FOR MEDIA RELEASE 

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY

04 March 2022 LAST 24

BLUF

Follow-on Aerial Recovery Group (ARG) team members are enroute and the Mission Leader has made it across the border. Contact with the advanced recon team has taken place and brief backs have begun.  The Polish team house was found to be unsuitable for operations and an alternative was identified and secured.  Meetings with Ukrainian authorities have been set for early morning of the 5th of March. Aerial team expects to be fully mission capable within the next 48 hours.  Global Empowerment mission has sent medical supplies, equipment and food which was delivered by ARG to a Lviv church partner.  Additional larger distribution locations need to be scouted and large areas to hold refugees coming west on the Ukrainian side of the border.  Pre-coordination to include flights have been made with the Medical Support team and they...

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Ukraine Orphan Rescue Mission Day 4 | SITREP

sitrep ukraine Mar 03, 2022

Poland-Ukraine - DAILY SITREP 3/03/2022 (LAST 24 HRS)

FOR MEDIA RELEASE

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY

03 March 2022 LAST 24

BLUF

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Established TEAM HOUSE “COLORADO”, host was very hospitable and was great about providing local knowledge.
  • Morning was spent coordinating efforts with NGO groups in the region that are running supply routes.   
  • 1200: coordinated with a driver to take us around the City to identify refugee safe houses and perform route reconnaissance.     
  • 1330: communicated with bus drivers the importance of the fully stocking and preparing safe havens for current and future rescued orphans. 
  • 1415: Interpreter brought two drivers with two cars to assist in further reconnaissance and defensive position checks around the City. 
  • Our first stop was at a large church that had class rooms available while school was canceled for boarding of orphans.  Church had a kitchen and bedding to help.  
  • While...
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Ukraine Orphan Rescue Mission Day 3 | SITREP

sitrep ukraine Mar 02, 2022

Poland-Ukraine Op- DAILY SITREP 3/02/2022 (LAST 24 HRS)

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CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY

02 March 2022 LAST 24

BLUF

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 0900 Meeting with GEM leadership about supply chain coming from CONUS and expected arrival dates.  Coordinated tentative delivery points in Lviv, Ukraine. 
  • 0930 March 2, J. M. and F. T. departed hotel to secure supplies to redistribute in Lviv, Ukraine.    
  • At 1100 first vehicle was secured, supplies picked up and departed for border crossing Alpha route drive time was about 2.5 hours.  The last hour was a two lane unmaintained rural route with significant potholes.   
  • Approximately 2 miles from the border local Ukrainian police had traffic stopped and would not allow entry to access crossing.  After a conversation about being NGO they cooperated.  
  • At border crossing alpha lines to cross took about an hour for first checkpoint.  At that stop we were turned around and found...
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Ukraine Orphan Rescue Mission Day 1 and 2 | SITREP

sitrep ukraine Mar 01, 2022

Poland-Ukraine Op- DAILY SITREP 2/28-3/01/2022 (LAST 48 HRS)

FOR MEDIA RELEASE

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY

01 March 2022 LAST 48

BLUF 

Aerial Recovery Group’s follow on team has successfully linked up with advanced reconnaissance team.  Information has been passed off, and current plans are moving forward as expected.  Due to increased requests for support, Aerial will be immediately deploying an additional support team.  Donations will be needed to support operations. 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • On 28 February, J. Martinez and F. Russell departed Nashville, TN to their destination Rzeszow, Poland. Arrived at Hotel Rzeszow at 1830 after a 4-hour layover in kWarsaw, Poland. Op agenda is to secure transportation and secure safe-houses in LVIV.  Identify a distribution point to provide aid relief to Ukrainian Refugees & Orphans in partnership with Global Empowerment Mission.   
  • An estimated 125 known individuals ranging from orphans to...
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Haiti Mission Day 8 | August 23, 2021

haiti sitrep Aug 24, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/23/2021

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

23 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The Aerial Recovery Group Team (Aerial) conducted medical transports to patients who were identified in the harder to reach areas of Port Louis de Sud and surrounding communities. Medical supplies were restocked and information gathered during the clearance of the mountains in the circles below was distributed to Mission of Hope for the coordination of aid to be airlifted in. Aerial also conducted a link up with four additional team members to increase the search ability. Two areas of interest were identified for the next 48-72 hours worth of missions. 

Circles depict the areas cleared in previous operations

Circles indicate areas to be searched in the next 72 hours 

08:00 EDT: Aerial Departed to Saint-Louis-de-SuD to link up with the three patients from the last reporting period to provide transport to them to higher care at the...

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Haiti Mission Day 7 | August 22, 2021

haiti sitrep Aug 24, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/22/2021

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

22 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The Aerial Recovery Group Team (Aerial) continues to focus its efforts to provide medical evaluations to those in the hardest to reach areas. Aerial concentrated on the Cherette and Semaille areas north of Saint-Louis-de-Sud during this reporting period. Aerial’s Haiti on-the-ground response is led by retired Green Beret Jeremy Locke who is working with small village guides to get to the most remote areas in search of those too injured to travel through the difficult terrain and coordinate Air Medevac to get them to hospital. ***Please reach out to him if you know of such places. 

Circles depict the areas searched by Aerial Dismounted team

08:00 EDT: Aerial Departed to Saint-Louis-de-SuD to link up with pre-organized guides to start dismounted search in the Cherette area. (Same mission set as last reporting period.) After link-up was...

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Haiti Mission Day 5 | August 21, 2021

haiti sitrep Aug 22, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/21/2021

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

21 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The Aerial Recovery Group Team (Aerial) has refocused its efforts to provide medical evaluations to those in the hardest to reach areas. Aerial concentrated on the Coral Henry area north of Saint-Louis-de-Sud during this reporting period. Aerial’s Haiti on-the-ground response is led by retired Green Beret Jeremy Locke who is working with small village guides to get to the most remote areas in search of those too injured to travel through the difficult terrain and coordinate Air Medevac to get them to hospital. 

20 Aug 2021 dismounted search area depicted in white circle

07:00 EDT: Aerial Departed to Saint-Louis-de-SuD to link up with pre-organized guides to start dismounted search in the Coral Henry area. After link-up was made the team pushed to the vehicle drop off area and headed into the mountains with the primary mission to locate...

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Haiti Mission Day 4 | August 19, 2021

haiti sitrep Aug 20, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/19/2021

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

19 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The Aerial Recovery Group Team (Team Aerial) continues to serve the people of Haiti through casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), resupply, Search and Rescue (SAR) and emergency field medicine operations. The team led Jeremy Locke (Chief of Operations) expanded it’s area of operations east from Les Cayes to Saint-Louis-du-Sud and some of the more rural agricultural villages in that surrounding area. Aerial concurrently provided distribution assistance and security for Global Empowerment Mission as their team arrived during this reporting period. 

07:00 EDT: Team Aerial Departed with vehicles, drivers and a doctor provided by Mission of Hope and Jack Brewer from the Jack Brewer Foundation to the Mission of Hope warehouse and then to the Les Cayes City Center to pick up supplies for the day’s operations. The teams secured dry...

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Haiti Mission Day 3 | August 18, 2021

haiti sitrep Aug 19, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/18/2021

haiti-earthquake-flash-update-no-3-18-august-2021 

HLZ Tamara (Marcline, SUD, Haiti).pdf 

Haiti One SITREP 08-18-2021.pdf 

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

18 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The joint Aerial Recovery Group (Team Aerial) and Jack Brewer Foundation (JBF) team continued medical evacuation and resupply missions working with Mission of Hope in and around Les Cayes, Haiti. Team Aerial has visited multiple collapsed buildings finding that heavy equipment is needed in most situations. Team Aerial has not found any signs of life, but has identified areas of interest (probable cadaver recovery sites) through witness statements and signs of death which will be passed to follow-on teams with cadaver dog capabilities. As of this reporting period, Team Aerial shifted from SAR as a primary mission to Casevac operations as a primary with the SAR capability on hand for hasty missions. 

Probable...

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Haiti Mission Day 2 | August 17, 2021

hait sitrep Aug 19, 2021

AERIAL RECOVERY GROUP 

HAITI- DAILY SITREP 08/17/2021

HaitiOne Field Report, Les Cayes, 8.17.21.docx 

CURRENT SITUATION & SUMMARY 

17 August 2021 LAST 24 

BLUF 

The joint Aerial Recovery Group (Team Aerial) and Jack Brewer Foundation team continued medical evacuation and resupply missions working with Mission of Hope in and around Les Cayes, Haiti. SAR combined with medical casevac/medevac and other medical missions are of the highest priority within the region. Every hospital in the area has either received structural damage, is under-staffed, overwhelmed with patients, has intermittent to no electricity, under equipped or a combination of all of these factors. It was determined to best facilitate the day’s mission Team Aerial would move into split team operations (Team A,Team B). Team A to assist with patient evacuation and coordinations and Team B to focus on resupply, casevac and shelter construction. 

     

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