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Partners Wanted for AIRT's 2023-24 Drones For Good® Campaign

The Airborne International Response Team (AIRT) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Miami, Florida, that is the official institution for Drones For Good® emergency and disaster response education, training, and operations. AIRT also serves as the home of DRONERESPONDERS -- the internationally acclaimed, award-winning program that supports the use of small, uncrewed aircraft systems (sUAS) by public safety and emergency response organizations worldwide.

AIRT is presently working with elements of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of State (DoS), as well as other international partners, to bolster disaster preparedness, response, and recovery humanitarian capabilities for the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. We want to add to our roster of international partners who can offer services and support surrounding humanitarian emergency operations, specifically emphasizing aerial intelligence, airborne transport of light cargo, GIS capabilities, and Search and Rescue (SAR). Specific needs include:

  • Certified Remote Pilots in Command (RPICs) with foreign language skills (Spanish or French)

  • Experience sUAS Training Personnel (English AND Spanish language preferred).

  • GIS analysts with foreign language skills (English AND Spanish language preferred)

  • Experience Search and Rescue Team Members (English AND Spanish language preferred)

  • Industry partners with robust capabilities that can support international emergency operations.

  • NGO's and other private sector organizations experienced in humanitarian disaster operations.

If you or your organization have these capabilities, we invite you to submit your information via

For additional questions surrounding AIRT's 2023-24 Drones For Good® Program, please contact Andy Jaques, Senior Director of International Operations for AIRT via

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