MOTO+PARA™ stands out from the majority of non-profit NGOs in Disaster Response and Humanitarian Relief with Disaster Response Last Mile Logistics and Mobility Operations methodology and structure.
We use MOTO+PARA™ “owned and operated” assets from start to finish with employed (not volunteer) personnel comprised of highly trained, elite Veteran Special Operations Operators and SO Logistics Mobility Support Veterans.
Our 3-Phase approach to mission deployments is:
- Phase-I – SAR-RECON with MOTO+PARA™ Albatross Amphibious Aircraft providing first-in relief including communications, water, power, and immediate aid, followed by:
- Phase-II – MOTO+PARA™ Air Cargo Aircraft providing air-drop or delivery insertions of supporting NGOs relief supplies and/or relief personnel, followed by:
- Phase-III – MOTO+PARA™ MissionShips™ that provide additional MOTO+PARA™ mobility logistics support and additional NGOs’ relief supplies and relief personnel, and heavy equipment for excavating paths to victims.
MOTO+PARA™ capitalizes on the extensive training and experience of U.S. Veteran USSOCOM personnel. We rely on their ability to apply their highly adaptive skill sets, expertise, and combat experience into split-second decisions and actions. We transition these elite Veterans to work with global health organizations and foundations, emergency preparedness authorities, other non-government organizations (NGOs), countries and municipalities, operating from bases in the Western Hemisphere, Mediterranean, and Pacific Rim.
MOTO+PARA™ responds adaptively — assessing the type, magnitude, geography and topography, social and infrastructure conditions, and numbers of people affected by the emergency disaster or humanitarian crisis. We then select the combinations of personnel and equipment to meet the first, second, and third phases of mission deployments to serve those in need.
Keeping the Brotherhood Alive
Whenever possible, our elite personnel serve with the same brothers they served with before retiring from the Military. This allows them to keep the “brothers-to-the-end” bond they built in the 5, 10, 15, 20+ service years in their Special Operations teams. In addition, their families keep those bonds as they move together to their new civilian home base. GB Global Foundation’s Family First philosophy is a cornerstone of MOTO+PARA™. Their families become ours.
MOTO+PARA™ is unlike any other emergency disaster response service because our personnel retains their responsibilities from their former Military Units. For example, the 18F Intelligence Sergeant is in charge of our intelligence; the 18D Medical Sergeant is our chief medic, and so on.
In addition, all team members are provided continuing education and certification to become at least a 68W-equivalent civilian emergency medical technician (EMT). In that same vein, we strive to procure and modify for civilian use the same military equipment they are highly trained on. Therefore, every MOTO+PARA™ deployment is designed to runs as smoothly as possible, and every MOTO+PARA™ Class is efficient, safe, and effective to the highest extent.
The Foundation also employs Military Veterans in our operating bases for medical services, intelligence, and communications, logistics and operations, mechanics and technical, administration, culinary, and wellness and fitness, and etc. Underserved emerging adults who are exiting Foster Care Systems and ROTC students may intern and work in support roles with our organization, managed and mentored by our Military Veterans. We are building a global legacy and model to serve for generations to come.