Boots on the Ground responds to a variety of locations around the world to help with both natural and man-made disasters. Each have their own set of unique circumstances, and our volunteers respond accordingly by tailoring their mission to meet the needs of what we're presented with upon arrival. Our medical and disaster recovery quick-response teams, organized similarly along the lines of DMATs organized under the National Response Framework, focus very heavily on providing gap-response operations in the period between the immediate aftermath of a disaster and the arrival of large support bodies.
Internationally, we provide post-disaster emergency and primary medical care, search and rescue operations, logistical support, IDP camp management, assessments, and training. Domestically, these operations are mirrored with the exception of IDP camp management. Added roles may include command and control and debris management. Whatever we are capable of doing, we will do. Our goal in all cases is to provide the largest positive impact with the least amount of resources, to produce the greatest amount of good possible.