Materials for a course intended to prepare each student to be a field team member in Land Search and Rescue in the Wilderness and Non-Wilderness environment, but not for mountainous, alpine, or rope rescue. Students should be prepared to serve as a member of a task force or strike team given typical grid, hasty, canine, or mountain bike assignments in non-technical land search operations in wilderness, rural, suburban, or urban environments in searches for missing persons. Materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This material may be freely reproduced and used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. See the instructor's guide and individual presentations for details. This material is intended to match the scope of the ASTM International standards: ASTM F2209-14 Standard Guide for Training of Land Search Team Member [Excluding 7.1.3, blood-borne pathogens, and other training expected to be covered in external courses (e.g. first aid, CPR)]; ASTM F2751-16 Standard Guide for Training of a Land Search and Rescue Team Member; ASTM F2890-12 Standard Guide for Hazard Awareness for Search and Rescue Personnel; ASTM F3071-14 Standard Guide for Basic Wilderness GPS/GNSS Use (GPS/GNSS-IW) Endorsement; ASTM F3071-14 Standard Guide for Intermediate Wilderness GPS/GNSS Use (GPS/GNSS-IIW) Endorsement; ASTM F1847-14 Standard Guide for Minimum Training of Search Dog Crews or Teams. [Limited to section 5. Handler Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities]; ASTM 2752-09 Standard Guide for Training for Level I Rope Rescue (R1) Rescuer Endorsement.