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While AFRS primarily focuses on emergency response, we also dedicate our downtime to supporting the community through various public outreach programs within our coverage areas.


Pet Rescues

Please contact at 937-661-DOGS for all dog rescue needs.


Closeup Night Vision Example

Our thermal imaging works in day or night conditions and allows us to easily spot heat signatures in fields, woods, and under objects.

23 Minutes to Safety

This real world dog find showcases how quick the dog owner recovered her furry loved one.

From the moment we sent her a google map pin of her dogs location, to the time the dog was safe in the truck was 23 minutes.

Lost Dog Found in Under 4 Minutes:

This showcases how quickly a lost dog can be found and confirmed.

It also showcases the flight aspects of a dog and how they can quickly enter survival mode.

Hot dogs and other meats can lure the dog in VS them running off.

Firefighter Review of Dog Find Before SubZero Temps

This narrated review outlines a long search for two dogs just before subzero winter storms rolled in.

This showcases a team effort between an amazing ground crew and the pilot directing them to the lost dogs.


Farmers and ranchers are integral components of our national infrastructure, crucial for ensuring food safety and production. As part of our public outreach efforts, we provide services including:

  • Livestock temperature scans

  • 2D/3D Mapping helps locating runoff and erosion concerns

  • Field obstacle detection helps avoid equipment damage


Recognizing the significance of preparing the next generation of fire pilots, we are delighted to arrange school presentations. These sessions offer insights into the life of a fire pilot, as well as the essential training and licensing prerequisites.

Public Events

We are pleased to organize meet-and-greet events at various businesses and gatherings. These occasions provide the public with a fantastic opportunity to witness our impressive safety technology in action and get to know the individuals behind the drone operations.

Firefighter PTSD

Our team members bring invaluable firsthand experience from their roles as first responders on the front lines. In cases where a firefighter needs to take a step back due to PTSD, we provide training to enable them to contribute to AFRS.

This empowers certified firefighters to continue serving their community, albeit from a remote role, as opposed to front-line interactions with emergency scenes.


Without the generous recurring giving from the community, our services would not be possible.       Donating today makes a difference in the lives of others.

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