Operational Charter for the UEE Space Rescue and Recovery Service
SRRS pilots and evarescueSMare tasked with recovery and medical treatment of personnel in humanitarian and combat environments. We will collect and provide limited aid to any stranded pilots as well as recover and tow any disabled ship to the closest safe destination.
While contracted by the U.E.E. to provide these general life safety services, SRRS pilots are independent and NOT officially affiliated with any military or law enforcement branch and are not considered representatives of the UEE while on duty with the SRRS.
1) We are a life saving organization, NOT law enforcement. We do not discriminate based upon race, creed, citizenship, or legal status. We do not care if you are a pirate, an outlaw, or an enemy combatant of the UEE. We will rescue stranded pilots and tow disabled ships regardless, so long as the parties in distress are not hostile towards our recovery ships.
2) We are primarily non-combatants. As stated above, we are here solely to rescue and will never attack anyone, even if they are in combat with UEE forces. However, if SRRS ships or those being rescued by us are attacked we will act to defend ourselves and protect those under our care.
3) As we require funding to sustain operations, we must charge a fee to cover costs of fuel, manpower and equipment repair/upkeep for each rescue made. The current going rate is 10% of the base value of the ship, however we are open to negotiations or trade in lieu of the standard charge. This rate is subject to change. A tiered system based upon risk/danger to our pilots is also being examined.
4) If it is found that an individual cannot pay or afford the services rendered, ejected pilots will still be collected/transported and disabled ships towed to the closest safe haven. However, they will simply forfeit any and all salvage or cargo that was recovered by our pilots. Our pilots will also keep any insurance premiums for recovery.
5) Our pilots are volunteer. We do these things, that others may live. However, they keep any premiums from insurance policies for recovered ships and rescued pilots.
"It is my duty as a EvarescuemanSM to save lives and to aid the injured. I will be prepared at all times to perform my assigned duties quickly and efficiently, placing these duties before personal desires and comforts. These things I do, that others may live."