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Are you going to be driving in the snow? Depending on where you live, work and play, driving in snowy conditions may be unavoidable More than 70 percent of roads in the United States are located in regions with frequent snowfall, according to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA). And nearly 70 percent of the population […]
“Global Rescue Operations personnel were there every step of the way, providing professional medical recommendations, emergency message relay, and most importantly, peace of mind,” continued Jim. “They were like a safety net for me.”
On 12 June 2016, a lone gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, killing at least 49 people and injuring over 50 others. In light of this event, our Intelligence Team and Security Operations Team have prepared the following summary assessment and advice for active shooter situations.
The US Department of State (DoS) has updated its Travel Alert for Europe. Like the original Travel Alert, this latest update does not advise against travel to Europe but instead encourages US citizens to exercise vigilance.
Global Rescue's Bryan Ody will be running the 2016 Boston Marathon on April 18, 2016, in support of the Martin Richard Foundation. To learn more or to donate to the Martin Richard Foundation, please click the link in the full post.