When hunters and anglers go missing or get seriously injured,
the men and women of search and rescue get the call—and quickly get to work. Like many SAR teams, the Missoula County Search and Rescue is comprised of volunteers—32 men and women who work across the river and ground, with K-9, rope, air, and avalanche units,
and who put in 4,000 hours of work. They invited Field & Stream
to follow along on a simulated mission, which led to a stunning photo essay.