Jeremy Lilly is a retired Survival Evasion Resistance Escape (S.E.R.E.) Specialist with over 28 years of military service including 9 combat deployments (Afghanistan, Iraq and Africa). He has trained and worked with High Risk of Capture personnel worldwide..
Jeremy has an Associates Degree in Survival through the Community College of the Air Force, is an Air Education and Training Command Master Instructor, and has been recognized twice as the S.E.R.E. Specialist of the Year.
In addition to his military experience Jeremy has over 30+ years of civilian Search and Rescue (SAR) and emergency medical experience. He has served in all facets of search and rescue operations throughout his career, including: swift water rescue, dive rescue, ice rescue, underwater investigations, mountain rescue, avalanche rescue, ground search and rescue, man tracking, and incident command.
Jeremy currently volunteers with the Alaska Mountain Rescue Group as a Technical Team Leader and medic; he also serves on the board as the Vice Chairman.
Jeremy also serves as a Mountain Rescue Association (MRA) Lead Evaluator, National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR) Instructor/ Lead Evaluator (ISAR, FUNSAR and SAR TECH II), and as an Alaska Incident Management Team - Search and Rescue (AIMT-SAR) Team Member.