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Mission Statement

Financial and material support of state-recognized volunteer search and rescue teams in Los Alamos County:

Los Alamos Amateur Radio Club

Los Alamos Auxiliary Fire Brigade

Los Alamos Squadron, Civil Air Patrol

Mountain Canine Corps

Pajarito K-9 Search & Rescue

Pajarito Mountain Ski Patrol

(List current as of May 2014)

Description

Los Alamos Civil Defense Search and Rescue (LACDSAR) is a registered New Mexico nonprofit and a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Incorporated in 1997, LACDSAR continues the mission of a Manhattan Project era organization of the same name. The current LACDSAR founder was Robert E. Cowan, who had been an active member of the original LACDSAR from 1959 onward.

Donated funds are used to purchase and/or maintain radios and other emergency communications equipment; vehicle liability insurance; specialized search and rescue equipment; topographic maps, first aid supplies and other expendables; and limited food.

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