The Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (CASARA), is a Canada-wide volunteer aviation association dedicated to providing air search support services in downed aircraft, recently more humanitarian efforts, and promotes Canada’s Search and Rescue Program across Canada. Our volunteers are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist in providing air search assistance to the Royal Canadian Air Force.

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CASARA NEWS

Mike Cox - Member of the Order of Military Merit (MMM) Warrant Officer (WO) Mike Cox from 413 Squadron (Sqn) was awarded the Member of the Order of Military Merit (MMM). WO Cox is a military Search and Rescue Technician (SAR Tech) and the 413 Sqn CASARA NCM in the Atlantic Region, who is involv...
Drones & SAR - What It Is & What Is Next "According to new statistics collected by DJI, drones have helped rescue more than 500 people around the world from danger." - AUVSI News In 2020, we can say that drones have collectively helped save lives across the globe according to information colle...
Drone Safety Day - Transport Canada Interview Do you know what day it is today? Today is Drone Safety Day! Drone Safety Day is aimed at sharing drone safety success stories and highlighting the interesting and innovative ways drones are being used across Canada. As a proud Drone Safety pa...
Our 2020 CASARA Volunteer Awardees! 2020 has been an interesting year with many new challenges and changes with CASARA. One thing has stayed, and that's giving recognition to our volunteers every year that go above and beyond! The two awardees this year that have shown exceptional efforts into C...