Global Rescue Members in Action

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April 18, 2014

Categories: In Action,

The next featured adventurer in our “Global Rescue Members in Action” series is Josh Aldridge, who was captured in an inspiring moment of teamwork during a climb in an Arkansas cave.  Josh, a finalist in Global Rescue’s “In the Spirit of Adventure” photo contest, shares some background on his experience:


“The photo was taken in Eden Falls Cave in Arkansas’ Lost Valley.  We were climbing behind the interior falls, searching for a route up to an unexplored, offshoot tunnel.  The rich gold light comes from headlamps and flashlights placed in and reflecting from the wet rock.”

Do you have a great story to share about your travels? We want to hear about it! If you (or someone you know) would like to be considered as a “Global Rescue Member in Action,” tell us why in an email to press@globalrescue.com.


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