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Brandon Brown


Born and raised in Oregon, Brandon grew up camping, fishing, and hunting in the Pacific Northwest. Brandon has formal college training in wilderness leadership, wilderness first responder, whitewater rescue, avalanche rescue, and crevasse rescue. Brandon became a backcountry wilderness guide in mountaineering, ski/snowboarding, winter camping, snowshoeing, rock climbing/repelling, backpacking, and survival. He currently lives on the edge of Mt. Hood National Forest with his wife of 13 years and two daughters. Brandon became interested in volunteering for Aloft Drone Search when we met while assisting in a local search for a missing person.  Brandon also volunteers his expertise to the Fowler-O’Sullivan Foundation which assists families in finding missing hikers.

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