Electronic Devices Fail (over and over)

Confirms the risk of relying on electronic devices. These types of incidents lead the Air Force to request the development of SDIRS – the Self-Deploying InfraRed SEE/RESCUE STREAMER to provide passive, continuous, signaling that automatically deploys upon immersion in water! Continue Reading…

Men’s Journal – SEE/RESCUE STREAMER coverage
Carry the Flag.   Scrawling HELP in the sand might, but if you’re heading into the wild, you’ll want something more reliable. The Coast Guard and all four branches of the military use the SEE RESCUE STREAMER ($68; www.SeeRescueStreamer.com), a cigar-sized pouch that contains a 25-foot-long orange nylon penant. It’s 50 times as easy to spot as your T-shirt, and unlike a flare, it won’t burn out.
A Speck in the Sea

The title of this New York Times report says it all: “A Speck in the Sea”! Unfortunately, that usually leads to the other dreaded/mumbled thought: “They flew right over me – why didn’t they see me?!” #LostAtSea #SeeRescueStreamer #HeadTheSizeofCoconut Continue Reading…