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At TAD Recovery, we specialize in managing the complexities of modern conflicts with rapid, secure evacuation and response logistics. Our experienced team handles civil unrest, terrorism, and other critical emergencies efficiently, utilizing both rotary and fixed-wing aircraft alongside secure ground operations. Our commitment to excellence and safety underscores our role as a trusted leader in international emergency and humanitarian response.
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HAITI, 2024


  • Following the resignation of the Prime Minister in March 2024, Haiti faced significant civil unrest.


  • Organization: TAD Recovery deployed to assist in the evacuation of U.S. citizens.

  • Operations: Implemented secure ground operations throughout the country.

Assets Used:

  • Utilized both rotary (helicopters) and fixed-wing (airplanes) assets.

  • Route: Successfully conducted evacuations from Port-au-Prince (PAP) to Cap-Haïtien (CAP).

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MENA, 2023


  • Deployed to assist in the evacuation of U.S. citizens from high-threat areas and conducted secure ground operations to ensure the safety of those present.


  • Utilized fixed-wing aircraft for evacuations.

Continued Services:

  • Monitoring ground threats and teams completing evacuations for entities highlighting TAD’s critical role in emergency response and evacuation logistics.

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USA, 2022

Operational Scale:

  • TAD Recovery was centrally involved in managing the extensive disaster response to Hurricane Ian, highlighting the crucial nature of their logistical and evacuation efforts across affected regions.

Crisis Response Impact:

  • As Hurricane Ian unleashed devastating winds and floods, TAD Recovery's critical role in emergency operations and recovery strategies emphasized their importance in crisis management and support.

Significance of Response:

  • Facing one of the most intense storms in recent history, TAD Recovery’s comprehensive response efforts underscored their essential role in delivering effective emergency logistics and aid to impacted communities.

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Mexico, 2021


  • Post-landfall of Category 2 and 3 hurricanes in 2021, TAD Recovery was activated for service in Mexico.

Key Locations:

  • Cabo San Lucas & Cancun: Primary areas of operation for recovery and risk mitigation.

Services Provided:

  • Reinsurance Support: Engaged in risk mitigation services to support reinsurance.

  • Asset Management:

    • Conducted comprehensive damage assessments.

    • Executed thorough inspection and reporting protocols for affected assets.

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USA, 2020

Operational Focus:

  • TAD Recovery effectively engaged in the decontamination of specialized kill houses specifically for COVID-19 containment. This required a strategic operational approach, focusing on high-impact decontamination processes necessary for safety and compliance.


Implementation and Compliance:

  • In response to stringent COVID-19 decontamination needs, TAD Recovery implemented Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) aligned with World Health Organization guidelines. This ensured adherence to global health standards, enhancing the safety and efficacy of the operations in combating the virus.


Outcome and Transformation:

  • The outcome of these rigorous efforts was the successful transformation of facilities and kill houses, repurposed for COVID testing. This pivotal adjustment not only met the immediate health demands but also played a crucial role in the broader public health response strategy.

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USA, 2019 – 2018

Operational Overview:

  • Services focused on mitigation, fuel logistics, temporary power, and emergency housing in response to Hurricane Florence.

Key Actions:

  • Implemented stabilization strategies to minimize further damage.

  • Coordinated fuel supply to support essential operations.

  • Set up temporary power solutions to restore electricity.

  • Arranged rapid housing and repair services for those displaced.

Impact Summary:

  • These efforts helped mitigate property damage and stabilize infrastructure, supporting both immediate relief and longer-term recovery in the Carolinas. The response demonstrated the importance of effective disaster management during major natural disasters.

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U.S. Virgin Islands, 2017

Operational Summary for Hurricanes Irma and Maria:

  • Focus Areas: Provided litigation support, fuel, food, temporary power, and emergency dwelling services in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Key Actions:

  • Ensured fuel availability for essential services and power generators.

  • Distributed food and supported local food banks.

  • Restored electricity with temporary power solutions.

  • Offered housing repairs and temporary shelters for the displaced.


  • These efforts addressed the damage impacting over half the households, with significant stabilization and support for recovery in the severely affected areas.


Iraq, 2010-2016

Project Initiatives:

  • Managed the development of multiple residential camps and operational bases across Iraq, enhancing the infrastructure to meet the demands of various international clients in the oil sector.

Strategic Actions:

  • 2010-2013: Constructed a residential camp for 4,500 personnel, complete with operational and maintenance services.

  • 2011-2014: Developed a man camp for 2,500 personnel, integrating full base operations and maintenance.

  • 2011-2013: Designed and built a residential camp for 3,500 personnel.

  • 2012-2015: Erected and maintained a man camp for 2,500 personnel.

  • 2010-2015: Created a tenant-occupied hotel and managed a smaller camp for 200 personnel at the Southern Oil Field Operations Center.

Logistics Services:

  • Offered extensive import and export inland transportation services within Iraq and Jordan, centering operations in Umm Qasr, Iraq, and Aqaba, Jordan, with widespread delivery across Iraqi destinations.

Failing to anticipate these scenarios invites dire human and economic losses, stressing the urgency of proactive defense mechanisms.

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