A sad SAR incident

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by scouse, Feb 28, 2013.

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  1. Last edited: Feb 28, 2013
  2. Always sad Scouse, comforting to read most of the positive comments......and from DM readers too.
  3. Just shows how dangerous and difficult the job can be at times, once more, an instance of peoples bravery and dedication to what they do.
  4. I think in the Naval adventure training manual it says something like; It cannot be considered to be adventurous unless there is a risk to life or limb? Rock Climbing is adventurous.
    Whatever the outcome of the investigation the climber paid the ultimate price for chasing his passion, and very sad he came so close to being rescued. Let the investigation find the answers and the theorist not.
  5. Very sad. RIP, And condolences to family and friends of the climber.Also thoughts with the crew.
  6. Sad indeed.

    When they said rope cut where they refering to the winch wire?
  7. Dont think so Waspie. I think it was one of his climbing ropes.All will be revealed in time no doubt.
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