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Richard William Stanton MBE is a British civilian cave diver who specializes in rescues through the Cave Rescue Organisation and the British Cave Rescue Council.
Smári Sigurðsson, chairman of ICE SAR. Smári has been an active member of Súlur, Akureyri‘s rescue team for 40 years.
Sigrún has been a SAR team member since 1994 and has worked as a first aid instructor at the ICE-SAR Rescue School for several years.
Has been active member of Hjálparsveit skáta í Kópavogi for 40 years.
Marcel Rodriguez is a volunteer Search & Rescue Team Member and Rope Team Leader with Pacific Northwest Search and Rescue in Portland.
Eric Rosenberg has been a member of King County Explorer Search and Rescue since 1999.
Guy Mansfield, Ph.D. has been active in Search and Rescue since 2008.
Erik Swanson is a seven-year member of King County Explorer Search & Rescue in Washington State.
Guðmundur Guðjónsson is project manager for the South Pole project with Arctic Trucks.
Gísli has been a member of HSG (Garðabær Scout Rescue Team) since 1999. Joined the rapid response unit in 2001 and snowmobile unit in 2008.
Elva joined the SAR team in Gardabaer 1993. Elva is the group leader of the regional SAR command for the Greater Reykjavik area and is a member of ICE-SAR national SAR command.
Marinó Ingi Emilsson is a detective with the Capital Area Police. Since joining the force in 2006, Marinó has been involved in both general police work and investigate work.
Arnar Þór Egilsson, police officer for 20 years. He has been a recreational diver since 1997 and a police with the office of the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police since 2005.
Víðir Reynisson has worked in civil protection since the year 2000.
Haukur is Deputy Chief of the Árnessýsla Fire Department.
Lárus is a training director and sergeant with the Árnessýsla Fire Department.
Sóley Kaldal, a specialist in risk analysis and the Arctic region with the Icelandic Coast Guard. Risk and Safety Engineer.
Þórir Sigurhansson has been training search and rescue dogs since 1989.
Guðrún is a registered nurse specialising in hazard and disaster management.
Borgþór Vignisson has been a SAR team member for almost 30 years. He is the long-time chairman of the SAR team Eyvindur and represents Area 3 in the Regional Directorate.
Sigríður Björk Guðjónsdóttir has been working with civil defense projects since 2002. She was District Commissioner of Ísafjörður from 2002 - 2006, where search and rescue were á part of the job, as well as evacuations and challenges with nature.
Been active as a volunteer in Search and Rescue since 2001.
Guðmundur is educated in computer science. His hobbies are many kinds of outdoor sports along with database performance.
Andrew McIntyre is a career firefighter with the Norristown Fire Department, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.
Jimmy Hautopp is pre-sales at Motorola, where he is responsible for the Nordic and Baltic countries.He has been working within Unified Communication for more than 10 years.
Anton has been an instructor at the ICE-SAR Rescue Academy for several years, specializing mainly in avalanche and mountain rescue.
Guðmundur Fylkisson has been a police officer since 1985, and began his career in the town of Ísafjörður.
Member of the Árborg Search and Rescue Team for 14 years.
Björgvin Óli Ingvarsson, 28 years old. Has worked as a paramedic in Selfoss since 2012. Active member of the Árborg Search and Rescue Team since 2005.
Christopher Feder has been in emergency services since 1995 and started his career with the Penn Wynne-Overbrook Hills Fire Company in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA where he is now an Assistant Chief.
Páll Einarsson has been a geoscience researcher and lecturer at the University of Iceland for more than four decades.
Daði Rúnar Jónsson has been an active mountain hiker and ptarmigan shooter from a very young age.
Jónas is a father of three children. He is a master electrician and ambulance worker, as well as a qualified marine engineer and navigator.
I am a climber and wilderness guide who works in Alaska for much of the year. I also work with the National Park Service and Military, Instructing in Vertical and Helicopter Rescue.
Michael Israelson is Sales Director at Motorola where he is responsible for the Nordic and Baltic countries.
Tómas is an engineer by profession, and an outdoorsman by character. He joined REY-SAR in 2010 and became chief in 2014.
Romeo Durscher is Director of Public Safety Integration at DJI, the world’s leading maker of civilian drones and aerial imaging technology.
John Snorri was born in 1973 and raised in the countryside of Ölfus, Iceland. This rural upbringing tought him some values but some are learned on ones own.
Gunnar works as a firefighter, paramedic and diver for the Reykjavík Fire Department. At the same time, he has the position of chief instructor in the department of mountain search and rescue at the ICE-SAR Rescue School.
Magnús Viðar joined the Air Ground Rescue Team of Reykjavik in 2009 after two years of working on the Team as a recruit in training.
Samúel is a member of the search and rescue organization of Akranes.
Daníel Eyþór Gunnlaugsson, who has worked in a search and rescue team since 1990.
Einar has worked with the Scouts’ rescue unit in Kópavogur (Hjálparsveit skáta í Kópavogi, HSSK) since 2005.
LtCol Roesti enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve in 1992 and served two years as an enlisted Field Radio Operator with Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 24th Marines.
Chris Long has been the Washington State Search and Rescue Coordinator since 1992.
Member of ICE-SAR for over 30 years. Member of the board and foreman of his local team. Has been part of the Regional Command – Area 3 Southwest Iceland.
Ari Arnórsson is founder and CEO of Jakar ltd, makers of Ísar Ultra High Mobility vehicles
Kirk Mauthner is an active IFMGA Mountain Guide based out of British Columbia, Canada, and is the owner of Basecamp Innovations Ltd
Search and Rescue volunteer in Stavanger in the south west of Norway.
Snorri Hrafnkelsson has been a active member of the Air ground Rescue in Reykjavik (FBSR) for 36 years.
Robert J. Koester first joined the Appalachian Search & Rescue Conference in 1981 and since then has participated in hundreds of searches
Ólafur Jón Jónsson joined Hjálparsveit skáta í Reykjavík as a trainee in 2009 and became a qualified SAR member in 2011.
Jón Magnús Kristjánsson is specialised as an emergency physician and in internal medicine from the University hospital in Lund Sweden.
Richard Smith has an extensive background spanning over 40 years in the fields of Search and Rescue and Emergency Management.
Various independent designs, solo and collaborative projects as well as being an independent sound engineer and road manager.
Dr James Rogers is an Assistant Professor in the Danish Institute of Advanced Study at the University of Southern Denmark.
Jon has more than 25 years of experience of working for the Red Cross. He has coordinated the organization's response in hundreds of small to large scale events in Iceland.
Christopher S. Young has been active in Search and Rescue since 1981, managed searches since 1986.
Pete Roberts has been a member of Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team (NNPMRT) since 1973.
Carl Hamilton has been a member of Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team for 32 years.
Oisin has over 18 years in the aviation industry, including a degree in Aeronautical Engineering and serving as a Military helicopter instructor.