Read about Global Rescue’s most dramatic operations, hear from some of our 1 million members (and counting), and get helpful advice on subjects like traveling safely, what to do in an emergency, and the best (and worst) places to take your next adventure.
Global Rescue personnel are involved in medical, security and travel operations on a daily basis worldwide. Throughout the pandemic, and without any disruption, Global Rescue has responded to the needs of travelers at home and abroad.
Global Rescue has answered the needs of travelers at home and abroad without any disruption of service since 2004. In a typical 30-day period, Global Rescue executes hundreds of operations in dozens of countries and principalities. Below are highlights from some of our most recent operations in various locations.
When is a good time to call Global Rescue? Anytime, as David Lane discovered during a five-day hike in the Dolomite Mountains in Italy. Here is his travel story and how our emergency medical assistance saved the day.
Traversing the Greenland icesheet is not for the faint of heart, but Ada Myhren, a top tier athlete from Norway, was ready. Then the unexpected happened, resulting in a call to Global Rescue. Read her travel story.
When a member received an emergency pacemaker during a deep sea fishing trip in Costa Rica Global Rescue deployed a paramedic to provide a medical escort from hospital bedside to the member’s home country hospital of choice.
Aftera strong downdraft from a developing storm pushed his paraglider into a remote mountainside in The Himalayas, injured pilot Steven Mackintosh knew he couldn’t get out of the situation by himself. And it’s precisely why he’s now a Global Rescue member for life. Here's his adventure travel story.
April was a busy month for field rescues and medical evacuations for Global Rescue — so busy we split our Mission Briefs into two parts. The first brief was focused on the Himalayas; this mission brief highlights some of our recent operations in other parts of the world.
In a typical 30-day period, Global Rescue executes hundreds of operations in dozens of countries and principalities. But for this special edition of Global Rescue's Mission Briefs, we are exclusively highlighting a few of the many Himalaya rescue operations completed in April.