The science of search and rescue has changed rapidly in the aftermath of 9/11. Heat-detection drones and high-tech rovers now deploy with regularity on disaster sites across the world. Yet, when it comes to saving lives, no piece of technology can compare to a dog’s nose.
Arc Aspicio sponsored their eighth search dog, Lexi, this month through the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF). SDF is a non-profit organization that trains rescue dogs and pairs them with first responders. Arc Aspicio has been sponsoring search dogs since 2011, when they first partnered with SDF.
Arlington, VA, March 27, 2018 — Introducing Skylar! Arc Aspicio sponsored their eighth search dog with funds raised during their annual event for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) held this past December.
Arlington, VA, January 11, 2018 — In December 2017, Arc Aspicio sponsored their seventh search dog team and raised enough money to sponsor an eighth team with the funds from their annual event for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF).
Washington, D.C. December 12, 2016 — Arc Aspicio sponsored the company’s sixth search dog team for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation in September 2016. The Search Dog Foundation (SDF) is a nationwide, non-profit organization that partners rescue dogs with first responders, and trains them to respond to terrorist attacks and national disasters. Sponsoring an SDF search dog team provides the funds for SDF to rescue, train, care for, and eventually pair a dog with a first responder.
Arc Aspicio announced its sponsorship of its fourth and fifth search dog team for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation (SDF) in 2015. The SDF is a non-profit organization that partners rescue dogs with firefighters and other first responders that respond to disasters, terrorist attacks, and other mission-critical events.
Honoring Those That Design for Disaster: National Building Museum Highlights Innovative Risk Mitigation
A multimedia exhibit at the National Building Museum features organizations and individuals that are providing innovative solutions to Mother Nature’s most devastating natural disasters. The exhibit, ‘Designing for Disaster’ features images, videos, models, and presentations of new research and work in the fields of risk assessment and natural hazard mitigation.