by Chris Burke, Director of Marketing, Global Rescue - Monday, January 15, 2018
Your plane was delayed and now you’ve missed your connection. Maybe you’re on international travel heading to your next hunt, or maybe you’re just flying to Nevada for the 2018 Sheep Show, Jan. 18-20, or the SCI Hunters’ Convention, Jan. 31-Feb. 4. Either way, it’s after midnight, and the next available flight doesn’t depart until dawn. A hotel room is out of the question. What do you do?
Aaron Laurich, a Global Rescue Security Operations Supervisor, is no stranger to spending a night in an airport as a paramedic and a former U.S. Army Special Operations combat medic who has operational experience planning and conducting complex rescues from austere and remote locations. Over the years he has developed some tried and true techniques for nabbing some sleep and surviving a night in the airport.
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Editor’s Note: Global Rescue has provided travelers worldwide with medical advisory and evacuation services since 2004 and has completed in excess of 12,000 missions. Before your next trip, consider a Global Rescue membership as part of your survival plan. For information, visit globalrescue.com, email [email protected] or call 617-459-4200.
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And speaking of Global Rescue tips for airport travel, if you are like me and are heading to the 2018 Sheep Show at the Reno Sparks Convention Center in Reno, Nev., this week, Global Rescue is sponsoring the Welcome Party Banquet and Auction on Wednesday, Jan. 17, from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
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