MOTO+PARA Motormen™ are the first line of disaster response by air, land, and sea (or other waterways).
They and their purpose-built and/or modified MOTO+PARA™ vehicles are deployed in aircraft and vessels to reach the ground zero areas of a natural or man-made disaster, performing reconnaissance, search and rescue, securing a forward operating base safe and protected to enable other NGOs’ personnel and relief supplies to be transported to the affected area. MOTO+PARA™ Motormen™ utilize specialized motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, rigid inflatable boats (RIBs), and amphibious vehicles as required.
MOTO+PARA™ Motormen™ are given extensive high-speed urban, highway, and off-road training, as well as low-speed and technical trials training, which hones their skills for night operations, emergency/evasive maneuvers and even in-field emergency motorcycle maintenance. Our MPM Knights Training System™ combines law enforcement motorcycle training used by many U.S. State Highway Patrol departments with off-road endurance racing from the SCORE International Baja 1000 and the Dakar Rally professionals.
Our extremely capable MOTO+PARA Motormen™ are the differentiator in these crisis situations, and we strive to be the differentiator in their transition to civilian life.
About Our Motormen™
Only U.S. Veteran Operators who have served under the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), otherwise known as SOCOM, can become MOTO+PARA Motormen™. These men are Veterans who served under:
- United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)
- Special Operations (Green Berets)
- United States Naval Special Warfare Command (NSW)
- Navy SEALs
These men are our greatest assets and we give each their own designation and deploy them for separate and distinct types of missions, or as a combined deployment for large scale disasters and humanitarian relief efforts. The two designations are MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB™ (Special Operations – Green Berets), and MOTO+PARA™ Motormen NS™ (Navy SEALs).
All supporting MOTO+PARA™ personnel and equipment are used to deliver these emergency warriors by Air • Land • Sea. MOTO+PARA Motormen™ are the backbone and the core of MOTO+PARA™, serving as the “Tip of the Spear” for every mission as efficiently and effectively as possible for each response effort.
MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB/NS™
MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB/NS Teams™ are structured and formatted using the Army Green Beret Unit system of 12 men with two sub-teams of six (Alpha Team and Bravo Team), with each having redundancy across both sub-teams per designation. An example of a MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB Sub-Team™ configuration includes one of each of the following; 18 Bravo, 18 Charlie, 18 Delta, 18 Echo, 18 Foxtrot, and 18 Zulu.
Using the example above, when two or more MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB Teams™ are deployed on an emergency disaster response mission, each sub-team is designated with a color. They are assigned based on the mission’s primary and secondary needs, and their experience is matched with the mission’s elements. Leads also are assigned according to areas of expertise and requirements of the mission.
MOTO+PARA™ Motormen GB™ Team Roles
A full MOTO+PARA™ Team™ consists of redundant 6-man sub-teams:
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Medical Sergeants™ (18 Delta) paramedics riding purpose-built motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, RIBs or other vehicles required for the mission;
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Communications Sergeants™ (18 Echo), proficient in the gamut of radio communications equipment and techniques used in the field, everything from morse code to encrypted satellite transmissions and IT technology;
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Defense Sergeants™ (18 Bravo) using weapons, tactics, and techniques to ensure the safety and protection of the squad, the equipment, and those we are serving;
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Engineers™ (18 Charlie) responsible for understanding, creating and navigating the topology of the response zone allowing all personnel and patients to safely and efficiently move within the area;
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Intelligence Sergeants™ (18 Foxtrot) who gather and analyze mission-critical intelligence and ensure that the team is outfitted correctly with all information, equipment, and supplies required prior to, during and post daily shift and serving as the MOTO+PARA™ Team’s second in command;
- two (2) MOTO+PARA™ Senior Sergeants™ (18 Zulu) responsible for the overall organization and functionality of the MOTO+PARA™ Team™, serving as the MOTO+PARA™ Team Commander™.
MOTO+PARA™ is designed to work with U.S. FEMA, State Department, government agencies, and foreign nations coordinating safe and secure emergency disaster relief to deliver required support using our apparatus, equipment, resources, and MOTO+PARA™ Motormen™. MOTO+PARA™ delivers “First-Wave” RECON/SAR establishing the safe and secure Forward Operating Base (FOB), egress/ingress, and methods of transport in a designated disaster area via air, land or sea (waterways).
We have designed a unique asset-based solution that enables the insertion and extraction of other non-profit NGOs’ personnel/volunteers and disaster & humanitarian relief supplies. Deployment parameters are designed, configured, and executed based on the magnitude, type of event, land/typography, numbers of people affected and other pertinent factors.