84th RADES members support search and rescue mission resulting in two lives saved

The Civil Air Patrol’s volunteer National Radar Analysis Team's tracking of the Piper PA28 Cherokee’s Emergency Locator Transmission activation, using this data provided by NRAT guided Arizona authorities to the crash site locating two survivors, screenshot taken by volunteer at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, Aug. 2, 2021. Five of the six volunteer NRAT radar analysts are former or current 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron members; this is the 44th missing aircraft mission that NRAT have tracked in 2021, with 35 finds and 12 saves. (U.S. Air Force photo)

PHOTO BY: Deb Henley
VIRIN: 210802-F-ES928-1002.JPG
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