RAFMRS Facebook Page – April 2021

29 April 2021

RAF Lossiemouth Mountain Rescue Team returned to deployed training on the weekend.
A great sigh of relief and a few hands on hips as they took in the fresh air of the Scottish Highlands.
It’s good to be back !


26 April 2021

On Saturday evening, after a full day of training, 3 of our RAF Valley MRT personnel heard of a Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team callout developing. As our personnel were in the immediate vicinity of Llanberis MRT base, they decided to offer their assistance which was accepted by Llanberis MRT. This combined fast party drove along the extremely busy Miners Track (Snowdon). The vehicles were parked up, rescue kit distributed across the fast party and the rest of the journey to the casualty was made on foot. The casualty was located 100m up from Glaslyn on the Pyg Track, they had sustained a lower limb injury and unable to walk. A combined effort from the Llanberis and Valley personnel quickly splinted and packaged the casualty into a stretcher and moved to a suitable location for the incoming Coastguard helicopter (Rescue 936). The casualties location was signalled using smoke and Rescue 936 quickly winched the casualty away to safety. Another job well done by all involved !
Royal Air Force
Mountain Rescue England and Wales
Maritime and Coastguard Agency


19 April 2021

Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue Service updated their cover photo.


8 April 2021

Great Weather + Bank Holiday Weekend = Amazing Training Opportunities !!
Our RAF Valley MRT made the most of the North Wales sunshine on the weekend. After such a long pause in training, it is refreshing to see smiles on our troops faces again as they return to Snowdonia and the local climbing venues on the Isle of Anglesey.
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Royal Air Force
RAF Valley


03 April 2020

RAF Lossiemouth Mountain Rescue Team have returned to training at their local crags. The troops made the most of the good weather and went rock climbing on the Cummingstone sea cliffs. It looks amazing ! Great to see the MRT out training again 👍