65 years after Hillary sees yeti tracks on Everest, researchers say they were bears

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U.S. State Dept’s yeti instructions In 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reported seeing large footprints while scaling Mount Everest, and determined that they belonged to that legendary beast of the Himalayas, the yeti. It marked the beginning of an Abominable Snowman craze in the West. The British newspaper, The Daily Mail, established a […]

Redpoint paramedic Colin Koster brings years of experience bringing medical infrastructure and other aid to Middle East

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With U.S. Army Civil Affairs, building hospitals and EMS, and helping Syrian refugees The U.S. Army missions we often hear about on the news involve combat missions, special operations, and maybe a story about the Corps of Engineers. What we less often hear about are the service men and women out of uniform, in war-torn […]

Ripcord client Scott Limmer discusses his extraction from gunmen’s attack in CAR

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‘Thank God for Ripcord. Get me outta there.’ Ripcord client Scott Limmer was traveling in the Central African Republic when he suddenly found himself under machine gun fire from nine soldiers of the Lord’s Resistance Army. He contacted Redpoint operations via two-way satellite device, and Redpoint flew him out of the jungle with a twin-prop […]