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by Dr David Cleveland             
       




 
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Welcome to Operation MediCorp
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid, 
Love and Light . . .
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.

Dr.David Cleveland- 
with my sister 
Judy Brook's support

New migrant crisis flares in Greece
    INFANTS And POLICE CLASH 
    and are gassed, at the
    MACEDONIAN/Greek Border
Please! try and put yourself in this picture  
Hundreds of police are on the line. They are   
being paid, and can go home to their 
house, warm food, their families, and 
loving support.

 






Two women and two infants, and 12,000 others
are at Greek-Macedonian Borders, many miles 
from their homes. They have all been recently  
sprayed with MACE, there is no warmth; 
little sleep, no sanitation, outside in the cold,
rain 
and mud;no dry clothing; baby needs are 
not available; little or no food, water; little 
personal safety. 
No housing, little if any money, little human 
emotional support... 
Personal safety is growing worse every day.
Now consider that there are many thousands, 
and thousands more, in the same urgent 
survival mode right now!
Above:  Thanksgiving In Syria
We were all Refugees at some point, now many 
others need 
our help . 
Most of these people are not able to knock on
our doors. . .

Dr. David Cleveland: " We were all Refugees, 
now many other Refugees are in need of our help .
Most of these people are not able to knock on
our doors, because they barely know where they are.
But they can, and are, knocking on our hearts. 
And refugees
are knocking on my heart every day. 

My last large venture into national Tragedy
assistance was with people stuck in Nigeria, while
the Biafran War 
was raging on. I called all of the aid
agencies,
I took flying lessons, as my idea was to fly the women
and children out of 
Nigeria onto the Ivory Coast.
The result of all of the aid agencies 
was
"I wasn't needed, they had everything 
under control". 

However,
 the newspapers showed a different
story of dead and dying.  

So I gathered some of the glossy pictures and
stapled them to stick . The pictures  showed
the children in the
 war, with their huge bloated
stomachs and weak bodies. I than
 went to 
downtown Boston and with a paper coffee cup
and started asking for money, every day for many
months. 

Note: do not use a coffee cup!
A woman passerby dropped $.50 cents into
my fresh hot,
warming my hands, coffee. It looked
the same as my
collection cup. 

It was winter and cold, and yet enough money
was gathered to 
purchase a printer and with 
leaflets we were able to 
buy $500 dollar ads in the Herald Newspaper.
Soon with the Help 
of Richard Steckle Dr. Michal Rees
and April Lee we got into
 action and hired a plane
(much bigger than what I had qualified
on) and
airlifted women and children to the 
3 Hospitals we had 
built, and supported in the 
Ivory Coast. 

We  had a rotating roster of stipend Doctors and 
Nurses arriving at the hospitals. We found
homes for the women and children refugees to
share until the war finally ended.  A big success
then, and Now I can invite all of you to help, 
in any
way you're able to.

So I know that I can do this, and even better.
You'll notice no 
coffee cup this time.
I have worked as a Spiritual Minister, with 
a doctorate,

And have worked as a Naturopath for 40 years.
My B.S. was in  Earth Science and Secondary ,
Education, these will also be useful.
Also of use are the 14 certificates I have earned from

I was Granted a Masters Degree in Critical 
and Creative thinking from the University of 
Massachusetts, Boston and am going to use this now,
along with other training to build communities

for the
 homeless, foodless, love and
companionship-less, and 
safety and security-less
Refugees.  With medical care, jobs and
communities they can stay at, and build a future
with.
A Greek Gentleman is now in negotiations
with Greek politicians to purchase two Islands
that are vacant, in the Lesvos area 
of Greece
and to 
make them suitable for refugees .

Some of our work will be to help this Gentleman
 to coordinate and arrange for all of the 
building and infrastructure needed to make
the areas habitable
In addition to the above, we will greet, document,
and let 
authorities in town have our findings,
which should help the 
area get some control back
in the Island of Lesvos.
There are 108,000 Migrants, who have escaped war 
by boat, to Lesvos with 1000s more arriving daily. 
The Islands Native population is 89,850. 

We will buy, or ask donations for a few Apple iPhones, for
communication needs.  And then download the
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the
confusion, fear, and   mistrust many  Politicians,
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above, then 
 
set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And, of course, we will purchase food, clothing and
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and
clothed. From this success, 
we will approach
other areas with our successful plans and

workers, and even more Island donations from the Greek 
Government.

You're also welcome to help!


Starting these projects now will save many
millions of lives. It will also benefit Greece, and
allow the Greek People of Lesvos 
to have their
town return to normal, and to benefit from 
the new population,ands skills, of the Refugees".

Love, Hugs, Kisses and THANKS!
  
Dr. Dave Cleveland
apptrail@icloud.com

You can help save their life's by doing what 
you can now by Monetary Donations.
Telling others, and your loving, supportive 
prayers for the Refugees, and us here at 
'Operation Medicorp', plus other groups and 
Greek Citizens and Tourists,
that are doing their best to assist. 
     This is beyond sad and is very close to 
becoming the worst human tragedy ever...

Let us know your e-mail, who you are, 
and we'll send you a Thank You.
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now. 
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! !

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.

Recently 1000 of OTHERS WERE NOT AS LUCKY, 
WHEN THEIR BOATS LEAKED 
DROWNING ALL ABOARD.
Greek music a gift from Socrates of Greece
IF YOU WANT TO HEAR GREEK MUSIC AS YOU 
WATCH A VIDEO 
JUST START
THE VIDEO ABOVE. THE SOUND IS ON VERY LOW. 
IF WANT TO 
RAISE OR TURN OFF CLICK ON VIDEO AND MOVE 
THE LITTLE BAR, 
ON THE SMALL SPEAKER IN LOWER LEFT CORNER. 
IT'S CALMING 
WHILE WATCHING the VIDEOS.
Refugees search for peace from ongoing wars
Another boat of approximately 40 Refugees arrive in Lesbos 
Refugees in donated tents next to the Railroad tracks
France tore this camp down, to keep an epidemic for occurring, 
they resettled Refugees in housing already built nearby
FROM Dr. DAVID CLEVELAND:  2016

Have you noticed any mention of the Refugee
Crisis on T.V. in the U.S.? No, you probably
haven't.
Officials changed their minds about a cease fire
in Syria today, and Will continue the Bombing
and killing of innocent Civilians in an attempt to 
get 'ISIS' about four years of war.

THE PROBLEM IS 'ISIS' AND 'TERRORISTS'
DON'T WEAR T-SHIRTS THAT SAY THEY ARE
'ISIS' or 'TERRORISTS'. THEREFORE, bombing 
FROM AIRCRAFT DESTROYS RANDOMLY, 
Everyone and EVERYTHING IN SIGHT.

The Ancient City of Aleppo is in ruins now and
many people are still living there.
Aleppo is the
largest city in Syria and it serves

as the capital of the Aleppo Governorate, the
most populous Syrian governorate. With a 
former official population of 2,132,100, 
 
it is also one of the largest cities in the Levant. 

Men, women, and children have not had 
electricity, water or food for many months. 
They also don't have the $1000. dollars, 
to pay a smuggler to get
into a dangerous rubber boat, to be one the
several thousand Migrants a day to do so. 
Many have drowned, (2,400 in 14 months, 
Many Politicians have forgotten all about
the 'Geneva Convention', which prohibits  
barbaric measures. There are still Millions of
people in harm's way, and it's already forecast
that's 5 times more people will travel in 
rubber boats, at night, to escape this War 
in 2016. Can you please consider donating 
what you can, to help save these Refugees, 
Please?
Immigrants in Rubber boats with sea water & gasoline on the 
floor.
They have traveled for 12 or more hours, with no food or water.
Most boats arrive at night
with mostly women, young children, and babies.
Today is SEPT 25,2016

Also on this site are many survival Tips
how to purify water
compass reading
cooking outdoors
SURVIVAL HELP VIDEOS on 
Birthing a Baby
First Aid Help  
Refugee Crisis 
  Catching food in the wilderness
 •Donate, Volunteer
 •how to make a fire
 •How to cross river water
 •MIGRANT survival Refuge Assistance
 •Greek, French, German 
   Food, water clothing for Refugees
 •Lesvos Greece Refugee relief

Erica Kempson & Philippa kempson 
are on vacation, they are 
tourists. And because of their big hearts, 
they could not stand 
by and see this happening, won't you help also.
Most boats are driven by an inexperienced 
Migrant. Water and 
Gasoline ends up on the floor. Many capsize 
and all drown.

The Migrants speak several different 
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
languages. Our group is arriving here 
soon, with Iphones that will
translate our English into the Migrants 
own languages, in voice and written on the 
Iphone screen, Neat Hey! Our staff will all 
be trained in most life saving measures. 
We will buy food to cook on the Beach or 
at the Camps.We will all be trained to 
cook in quantity and quality before we 
leave the U.S. We will have clean
clothing and blankets to replace their water 
and  gasoline clothing. We will bring 
Solar lights as most of the boats arrive 
at night.
Local Police have threatened volunteers 
with arrest for helping the Migrants get to the 
Migrant processing office, which is 40 miles 
away.
Many bus drivers and volunteers with cars, 
are not allowed to give rides to the Migrants. 
They have been told that they will be 
arrested, fined and could be jailed for
10 years if caught. However, we found 
a loop hole. If you call and present the 
names of all the refugees you are transporting 
to the Police, than you may drive them to the 
Police Station where their ID's are checked and 
than they are allowed to go to a Camp. 

Like to donate some now to help? 

Operation-MediCorp.org 
I dare you not to see the similarity
of the Cat and the Refugees
There is a desperate
need to help with the Immigrants 
arriving in Greece. This is verified below 
by a report that another rickety boat has 
gone down with women,children and a few 
men, of (app. 40 people).
2,400 have died in boats so far.

Pressure our U.S. Government to 
stop the daily warring in Syria and get real 
about what's causing the immigrants in 
the first place.

Canada has already pulled out of the war 
in Syria! And has taken in 10 times as many
Refugees than the United States have.


Dr. Dave Cleveland


USE  'GOFUNDME' above to help 

 with Urgent survival 

for the Refugees

Assistance in Lesvos Greece 2000  

Refugees arrive Daily
 •France 3000 migrants living in 

   forests
 •Germany 3700 migrants live in 

   Old aircraft Hanger Cold weather

   is now arriving in this

   area Men, Women (some Pregnant) 

and children are now sleeping on 

the cold, muddy,wet ground.


DR DAVID CLEVELAND
AppTrail@icloud.com

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS,
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 


We Are using a secure 
'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU.

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees.
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing,
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.

PLEASE HELP, THANKS 
DAVE CLEVELAND
STARWARMER.ORG

It is clear that 

every possible effort must be made to 

combat the organized trafficking rings 

in Turkey, so as to prevent the 

embarkation of refugees on unsafe and 

unseaworthy vessels – at night and in 

dangerous, inclement weather conditions 


THANK YOU COAST GUARDS


Indicatively, in the year 2015, on thousands 

of Hellenic Coast Guard search and 

rescue operations. With the assistance of

vessels from the European Unions member

states that were participating in operation

“Poseidon”. Over 103,000 refugees and

migrants were rescued
from the sea.


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THE BALANCE IS 
FOR KEYWORD 
RECOGNITION ONLY
PLEASE HELP, THANKS
DAVE CLEVELAND

EMERGENCY SUPPORT REFUGEES IN GREECE. TRANSLATES 
TO 90 OTHER LANGUAGES.  URGENT NEEDS. SURVIVAL 

MIGRANT RELIEF State of Emergency
 •Hollywood help
 •terror in encampments
 •cooking outside
 •world wide Tragedy
 •monetary donations
 •immigrants Greece
 •urgent survival information
 •starting a fire migrants
 •personal migrant safety
 •loving support MSIA floods and mud migrants
 •purifying water immigrants
 •U.N. agency migrant help Drs without Borders help

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 

DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

  
 




 
   
   
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 



   
   
   




to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.



We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

It is clear that 

every possible effort must be made to 

combat the organized trafficking rings 

in Turkey, so as to prevent the 

embarkation of refugees on unsafe and 

unseaworthy vessels – at night and in 

dangerous, inclement weather conditions 


THANK YOU COAST GUARDS


Indicatively, in the year 2015, on thousands 

of Hellenic Coast Guard search and 

rescue operations. With the assistance of

vessels from the European Unions member 

states that were participating in operation 

“Poseidon”. Over 103,000 refugees and 

migrants were rescued 
from the sea.

   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.

        
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THE ABOVE IS A DIRECT LINK TO  A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer


A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer
           
Looking up, you notice that the light is growing dimmer and realize you better hurry back to camp before anyone starts to worry. Brushing yourself off and nodding goodbye to the playful squirrels who scatter with your movement, you start off. Suddenly you stop and realize you don't recognize where you are. Your heart begins to pound as you realize you might be lost. Sweat beads up on your forehead as you try to remember which way to go. Shadows darken as daylight ebbs away. How could you have gotten lost? What are you going to do? Somehow you've got to get back to camp!

STOP! Now is not the time for panic. Right now, you're in no danger. You may not know exactly where you are, but misplacing yourself is only a problem if you allow it to become one. Even the most experienced woodsman has found himself disoriented on occasion, it is nothing to be embarrassed about. The difference is that he knows it is not a serious problem, yet, and it won't become one because he is prepared with knowledge and some basic tools. Now, you won't have to worry either, because we're going to teach you how to survive an unexpected stay in the wilderness.

The above scenario is only one of the innumerable ways that people find to place themselves in a wilderness survival situation, often through no fault of their own. How well things go will be determined by how well prepared you are. Some basic survival knowledge can turn it into little more than an impromptu camping trip.

 S.T.O.P.

In almost any emergency, but especially in a survival situation, it is critical that you first 
S.T.O.P.

"S" is for Stop. Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognize that whatever has happened to get you here is past and cannot be undone. You are now in a survival situation and that means . . .

"T" is for Think. Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don't Panic! Move with deliberate care. Think first, so you have no regrets later. Take no action, even a foot step, until you have thought it through. Unrecoverable mistakes and injuries, potentially serious in a survival situation, occur when we act before we engage our brain. Then . . .

"O" is for Observe. Take a look around you. Assess your situation and options. Consider the terrain, weather and resources. Take stock of your supplies, equipment, surroundings, your personal capabilities and, if there are any, the abilities of your fellow survivors.

"P" is for Plan. Prioritize your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency and contingencies while conserving your energy. Then, follow your plan. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.

YOU WILL SURVIVE!

Stay Put!

It's absolutely critical that you STAY PUT! If lost, the odds that you will find your way out are slim. If injured, you'll only make it worse by trying to travel. If it's just gotten late, you stand a good chance of getting lost in the darkness. However, if you stay put you will be found, likely in only a few hours. Don't make it harder for searchers by moving around.

If you are with another person or a group, always stay together. Do not separate, do not split up, and never move out of sight or hearing of each other.

When you are noticed missing, others will start to search for you immediately. Before long a lot of volunteers and professional search and rescue people will join in the search. All you have to do is stay safe and stay put and they will find you.

There are only a few fundamentals to wilderness survival. You must maintain your body temperature at or near 98.6 degrees (Fahrenheit). Too cold (hypothermia) or too hot (hyperthermia) and you can die. You need to conserve energy. Don't waste it by "doing" before "thinking." Water is vital for your body and mind to function properly. You need bothworking as good as possible. Finally, remember that your only responsibilities are to stay aliveand if at all possible, make yourself easier to find by actively working at attracting attention to yourself.

Shelter

A shelter is a basic necessity. Find or make atemporary shelter. Heat and cold can sap the lifeblood from you very quickly. The Wind, rain, snow or other inclement weather hastens the process. Pick the best convenient location for your shelter, as dry as possible in wet or cold weather, and away from natural hazards. Don't go far to find something better or perfect, make do with the best you can find right where you are.

Your shelter can be as simple as sitting under the overhanging branches of a large tree or rock outcrop. Beneath the bottom branches of a large evergreen, there is often a clear dry area, even in heavy snow. Avoid sitting on the bare ground or snow. Sit or lay on gathered small branches or shrubbery or on a downed tree for insulation.

A large garbage bag (a bright color is best, but any will do) is a very effective, inexpensive and compact personal emergency shelter or poncho that will fit in your pocket. Always carry one or two when you go off into the wilderness. Use the garbage bag to cover yourself and to keep heat in and the weather out.

To use, hold the bag upside down and go to one of the corners (a bottom corner, but now on topas you hold it), drop down about eight inches along the crease, and cut or tear a slit or hole only big enough for your face. Pull the bag over your body so that the corner rests on top of your head and your face sticks through the hole. Be sure to keep your head out where you can breathe, you can suffocate inside the plastic if it covers your mouth and nose. If you have another bag and you're tall enough so one bag won't cover you completely, pull the other bag up from your feet. If you can, stuff the bags and your clothing with dry leaves for added insulation, but be careful not to introduce any unwelcome pests into your improvised shelter.

You can also use the bag as a small shade tarpif the sun is a problem. A cap or hat is always useful to keep you head dryer, and warm or shaded, as appropriate.

Use a tree, downed tree or piled up snow to break any wind. Curl into a tight ball to conserve heat. If there is more than one person, huddle together for warmth. In hot sunny weather, seek shade. If the ground is soft and you can do so without overexerting yourself and wasting precious water, scoop out a hollow in the shade, it can be 30 degrees cooler 12 inches below the surface. Once you have shelter, stay there. If you've taken shelter where it might be hard for anyone to see you, try to leave some sign or marker, sticks or some rocks, out in the open pointing to your shelter.

Attract Attention

The more you can do to attract attention to yourself, the quicker someone will find you. The way to do this is by making lots of noise and by making yourself easy to see. You can be hard to see when wearing dark clothing, so it's always a good idea to wear bright colors when you go out. If you hear a helicopter, lie down in a clear dry space to make the biggest possible target for them to see.

If you are rested, feel up to it and there is a clearing, make a big "X" or "SOS" in the dirt or snow using your feet or a stick to scrape the dirt or stomp the snow down, broken branches and shrubs or rocks. Contrast and size are the keys to effective ground signals. If there is enough room, the letters should be 12 feet tall with lines at least two feet wide.

If you have something to use as a flag (an excellent reason to carry a brightly colored bandanna with you, it also has many other uses), that will be far more effective than your arms and hands alone. If you must use your hands alone, always wave wildly with both hands in an emergency situation. You don't want to be mistaken for somebody just giving a friendly wave.

Most survivors are found by ground search teams and a whistle is the most effective signaling device. A whistle is far superior to shouting because your voice just doesn't carry very far, especially in the woods. The whistle will be heard for 1/2 to 2 miles or even more in the wilderness where your voice may only carry for a few hundred feet, at best. You will also be able to signal for much longer periods of time, whereas your vocal cords will give out very quickly. You should never leave home without a whistle hung around your neck. 
The shrill and unmistakable blast of a whistle repeated three times is a universal signal for help and will definitely attract the attention of anyone within earshot. Blow three clear blasts, pausing for a few seconds between each, then wait for five minutes and repeat until you are rescued. If you hear a whistle, respond immediately with three blasts every time. If you don't have a whistle, you can make a loud signal by banging two rocks together or beating on a dead tree with a stick or rock (but, be careful you don't hurt yourself or that the tree or branches don't fall on you if it is still standing).

At night, your greatest fear is likely the result of an overactive imagination fed by the TV and movies you have seen. While the sounds of the wilderness at night may be unfamiliar, there's nothing out there that has any in interest in harming you. If you think you hear an animal nearby, yell, make lots of noise or blow your whistle. If it's an animal, it will run off. If the noise is searchers, you have been found.

Water

For the limited length of time, you might be out, water is a lot more important for you than food. It's always a good idea to have at least a quart of water with you at all times, more is better, especially in the desert.

The best place to store water is in your stomach, so don't be afraid to drink what you have. Don't drink to excess, but if you have water, drink it when you feel the need. If you don't have any water, keep from sweating and breath through your nose to retain as much as you can.

While it is best to purify water found in the wilderness before drinking, don't let a lack of purification stop you drinking from a stream or spring, as long as the water looks reasonably clear. Keeping your body fluids at a safe level (hydrated) is more important than the slim chance you might catch some bug from the water. There's nothing you can get from the water that a doctor can't easily take care of. Do not eat snow to obtain water, it will just make you colder.

Improvisation

Improvisation, the ability to use things for other than what they were originally designed for, is an important survival skill. It's not what things were that's important, it's what they can become, what they can be used for. Using a garbage bag as a personal emergency shelter is an example of improvisation.

Think of your personal belongings and the natural environment as your own private wilderness equipment store. With a little thought and effort, you can improvise everything you need to survive.

The five rules of improvisation are:

Determine what you really need.
Inventory your available materials, man-madeand natural.
Consider all alternatives before proceeding.
Select the best one that takes the least amount of time, energy and materials.
Do it, making sure it is safe and durable.
Not A Big Deal

Always let someone responsible, preferably an adult, know where you are going and when you expect to return. If no one is around, at least leave a detailed note. That way, if you don't come back when expected, they can start a search and the searchers will know where to look for you. That makes their job much easier and shortens the time until you are found.

The only time the wilderness will bite back is if you panic and forget these basic survival lessons. An unexpected stay in the wilderness is not a big deal if you keep your wits about you. Make yourself as comfortable as possible and wait for someone to find you or for the morningwhen you can see well enough to continue your travels. As with most things in life, dealing with this sort of emergency is a lot easier if you already anticipated the possibility that you might someday find yourself in this situation and have equipped yourself to deal with it, both with knowledge and equipment. If you prepare yourself with a few bits of basic survival gear recommended here, then you will really be set to enjoy, not just survive, your unexpected wilderness adventure.

No matter how bad your situation, you can be sure others have survived far worse with much less. You must never give up. All you have to do is hold out until help arrives. You can do that. Don't panic. Use your brain. Hang in there. YOU WILL SURVIVE!


We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
We were all Refugees at some point, now many 
others need 
our help . 
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors. . .

Dr. David Cleveland: " We were all Refugees, 
now many other Refugees are in need of our help .
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors, because they barely know where they are.
But they can, and are, knocking on our hearts.  
And refugees
are knocking on my heart every day. 

My last large venture into national Tradegy
assistance was with people stuck in Nigeria, while 
the Biafran War 
was raging on. I called all of the aid 
agencies,
I took flyinglessons, as my idea was to fly the women 
and children out of 
Nigeria onto the Ivory Coast. 
The result of all of the aid agencies 
was 
"I wasn't needed, they had everything 
under control". 

However,
 the newspapers showed a different 
story of dead and dying.  

So I gathered some of the glossy pictures and 
stapled them to stick . The pictures  showed 
the children in the
 war, with their huge bloated 
stomachs and weak bodies. I than
 went to 
downtown Boston and with a paper coffee cup 
and started asking for money, everyday for many 
months. 
Note: do not use a coffee cup!
woman passerby dropped $.50 cents into 
my fresh hot,
warming my hands, coffee. It looked 
the same as my
 collection cup. 

It was winter and cold, and yet enough money 
was gathered to 
purchase a printer and with  
leaflets we were able to 
buy $500 dollar ads in the Herald Newspaper. 
Soon with the Help 
of Richard Steckle Dr. Michal Rees 
and April Lee we got into 
action and hired a plane 
(much bigger than what I had
qualified on) and 
airlifted women and children to the 
3 Hospitals we had built, and supported in the 
Ivory Coast. 

We  had a rotating roster of stipend Doctors and 
Nurses arriving at the hospitals. We found 
homes for the women and children refugees to 
share until the war finally ended.  A big success 
then, and Now I can invite all of you to help, 
in any 
way you're able.

So I know that I can do this, and even better. 
You'll notice no 
coffee cup this time.
I have worked as a Minister, a doctorate, 
without religion.
And have worked as a Naturopath for 40 years.
My B.S was in  Earth Science and Secondary ,
Education, these will also be useful.

I was Granted a Masters Degree in Critical 
and Creative thinking from the University of 
Massachusetts and am going 
to use this now, 
along with other training to build communities

for the
 homeless, foodless, love and 
companionship-less, and 
safety and security-less 
Refugees.  With medical care, jobs and 
communities they can stay at, and build a future 
with.
A Greek Gentleman is now in negotiations 
with Greek politicians to purchase two Islands 
that are vacant, in the Lesvos area 
of Greece 
and to 
make them suitable for refugees .

Some of our work will be to help this Gentleman
 to coordinate and arrange for all of the 
building and infrastructure needed to make 
the areas habitable
In addition to the above, we will greet, document, 
and let 
authorities in town have our findings, 
which should help the 
area get some control back 
in the Island of Lesvos.
There are 108,000 Migrants, who have escaped 
by boat, to Lesvos with 1000s more arriving daily. 
The Islands Native population is 89,850. 

We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!


Starting these projects now will save many 
millions of lives. It will also benefit Greece, and 
allow the Greek People of Lesvos 
to have their 
town return to normal, and to benefit from 
the new population of people".

Love, Hugs, Kisses and THANKS!
  
Dr. Dave Cleveland
EMERGENCY SUPPORT REFUGEES IN GREECE. TRANSLATES 
TO 90 OTHER LANGUAGES.  URGENT NEEDS. SURVIVAL 

MIGRANT RELIEF State of Emergency
 •Hollywood help
 •terror in encampments
 •cooking outside
 •world wide Tragedy
 •monetary donations
 •immigrants Greece
 •urgent survival information
 •starting a fire migrants
 •personal migrant safety
 •loving support MSIA floods and mud migrants
 •purifying water immigrants
 •U.N. agency migrant help Drs without Borders help

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 

DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

  
 







   
   
   
 
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.



We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

It is clear that 

every possible effort must be made to 

combat the organized trafficking rings 

in Turkey, so as to prevent the 

embarkation of refugees on unsafe and 

unseaworthy vessels – at night and in 

dangerous, inclement weather conditions 


THANK YOU COAST GUARDS


Indicatively, in the year 2015, on thousands 

of Hellenic Coast Guard search and 

rescue operations. With the assistance of

vessels from the European Unions member 

states that were participating in operation 

“Poseidon”. Over 103,000 refugees and 

migrants were rescued 
from the sea.

   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.

        
 Where do you want to go on ETS?

THE ABOVE IS A DIRECT LINK TO  A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer


A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer
           
Looking up, you notice that the light is growing dimmer and realize you better hurry back to camp before anyone starts to worry. Brushing yourself off and nodding goodbye to the playful squirrels who scatter with your movement, you start off. Suddenly you stop and realize you don't recognize where you are. Your heart begins to pound as you realize you might be lost. Sweat beads up on your forehead as you try to remember which way to go. Shadows darken as daylight ebbs away. How could you have gotten lost? What are you going to do? Somehow you've got to get back to camp!

STOP! Now is not the time for panic. Right now, you're in no danger. You may not know exactly where you are, but misplacing yourself is only a problem if you allow it to become one. Even the most experienced woodsman has found himself disoriented on occasion, it is nothing to be embarrassed about. The difference is that he knows it is not a serious problem, yet, and it won't become one because he is prepared with knowledge and some basic tools. Now, you won't have to worry either, because we're going to teach you how to survive an unexpected stay in the wilderness.

The above scenario is only one of the innumerable ways that people find to place themselves in a wilderness survival situation, often through no fault of their own. How well things go will be determined by how well prepared you are. Some basic survival knowledge can turn it into little more than an impromptu camping trip.

 S.T.O.P.

In almost any emergency, but especially in a survival situation, it is critical that you first 
S.T.O.P.

"S" is for Stop. Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognize that whatever has happened to get you here is past and cannot be undone. You are now in a survival situation and that means . . .

"T" is for Think. Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don't Panic! Move with deliberate care. Think first, so you have no regrets later. Take no action, even a foot step, until you have thought it through. Unrecoverable mistakes and injuries, potentially serious in a survival situation, occur when we act before we engage our brain. Then . . .

"O" is for Observe. Take a look around you. Assess your situation and options. Consider the terrain, weather and resources. Take stock of your supplies, equipment, surroundings, your personal capabilities and, if there are any, the abilities of your fellow survivors.

"P" is for Plan. Prioritize your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency and contingencies while conserving your energy. Then, follow your plan. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.

YOU WILL SURVIVE!

Stay Put!

It's absolutely critical that you STAY PUT! If lost, the odds that you will find your way out are slim. If injured, you'll only make it worse by trying to travel. If it's just gotten late, you stand a good chance of getting lost in the darkness. However, if you stay put you will be found, likely in only a few hours. Don't make it harder for searchers by moving around.

If you are with another person or a group, always stay together. Do not separate, do not split up, and never move out of sight or hearing of each other.

When you are noticed missing, others will start to search for you immediately. Before long a lot of volunteers and professional search and rescue people will join in the search. All you have to do is stay safe and stay put and they will find you.

There are only a few fundamentals to wilderness survival. You must maintain your body temperature at or near 98.6 degrees (Fahrenheit). Too cold (hypothermia) or too hot (hyperthermia) and you can die. You need to conserve energy. Don't waste it by "doing" before "thinking." Water is vital for your body and mind to function properly. You need bothworking as good as possible. Finally, remember that your only responsibilities are to stay aliveand if at all possible, make yourself easier to find by actively working at attracting attention to yourself.

Shelter

A shelter is a basic necessity. Find or make atemporary shelter. Heat and cold can sap the lifeblood from you very quickly. The Wind, rain, snow or other inclement weather hastens the process. Pick the best convenient location for your shelter, as dry as possible in wet or cold weather, and away from natural hazards. Don't go far to find something better or perfect, make do with the best you can find right where you are.

Your shelter can be as simple as sitting under the overhanging branches of a large tree or rock outcrop. Beneath the bottom branches of a large evergreen, there is often a clear dry area, even in heavy snow. Avoid sitting on the bare ground or snow. Sit or lay on gathered small branches or shrubbery or on a downed tree for insulation.

A large garbage bag (a bright color is best, but any will do) is a very effective, inexpensive and compact personal emergency shelter or poncho that will fit in your pocket. Always carry one or two when you go off into the wilderness. Use the garbage bag to cover yourself and to keep heat in and the weather out.

To use, hold the bag upside down and go to one of the corners (a bottom corner, but now on topas you hold it), drop down about eight inches along the crease, and cut or tear a slit or hole only big enough for your face. Pull the bag over your body so that the corner rests on top of your head and your face sticks through the hole. Be sure to keep your head out where you can breathe, you can suffocate inside the plastic if it covers your mouth and nose. If you have another bag and you're tall enough so one bag won't cover you completely, pull the other bag up from your feet. If you can, stuff the bags and your clothing with dry leaves for added insulation, but be careful not to introduce any unwelcome pests into your improvised shelter.

You can also use the bag as a small shade tarpif the sun is a problem. A cap or hat is always useful to keep you head dryer, and warm or shaded, as appropriate.

Use a tree, downed tree or piled up snow to break any wind. Curl into a tight ball to conserve heat. If there is more than one person, huddle together for warmth. In hot sunny weather, seek shade. If the ground is soft and you can do so without overexerting yourself and wasting precious water, scoop out a hollow in the shade, it can be 30 degrees cooler 12 inches below the surface. Once you have shelter, stay there. If you've taken shelter where it might be hard for anyone to see you, try to leave some sign or marker, sticks or some rocks, out in the open pointing to your shelter.

Attract Attention

The more you can do to attract attention to yourself, the quicker someone will find you. The way to do this is by making lots of noise and by making yourself easy to see. You can be hard to see when wearing dark clothing, so it's always a good idea to wear bright colors when you go out. If you hear a helicopter, lie down in a clear dry space to make the biggest possible target for them to see.

If you are rested, feel up to it and there is a clearing, make a big "X" or "SOS" in the dirt or snow using your feet or a stick to scrape the dirt or stomp the snow down, broken branches and shrubs or rocks. Contrast and size are the keys to effective ground signals. If there is enough room, the letters should be 12 feet tall with lines at least two feet wide.

If you have something to use as a flag (an excellent reason to carry a brightly colored bandanna with you, it also has many other uses), that will be far more effective than your arms and hands alone. If you must use your hands alone, always wave wildly with both hands in an emergency situation. You don't want to be mistaken for somebody just giving a friendly wave.

Most survivors are found by ground search teams and a whistle is the most effective signaling device. A whistle is far superior to shouting because your voice just doesn't carry very far, especially in the woods. The whistle will be heard for 1/2 to 2 miles or even more in the wilderness where your voice may only carry for a few hundred feet, at best. You will also be able to signal for much longer periods of time, whereas your vocal cords will give out very quickly. You should never leave home without a whistle hung around your neck. 
The shrill and unmistakable blast of a whistle repeated three times is a universal signal for help and will definitely attract the attention of anyone within earshot. Blow three clear blasts, pausing for a few seconds between each, then wait for five minutes and repeat until you are rescued. If you hear a whistle, respond immediately with three blasts every time. If you don't have a whistle, you can make a loud signal by banging two rocks together or beating on a dead tree with a stick or rock (but, be careful you don't hurt yourself or that the tree or branches don't fall on you if it is still standing).

At night, your greatest fear is likely the result of an overactive imagination fed by the TV and movies you have seen. While the sounds of the wilderness at night may be unfamiliar, there's nothing out there that has any in interest in harming you. If you think you hear an animal nearby, yell, make lots of noise or blow your whistle. If it's an animal, it will run off. If the noise is searchers, you have been found.

Water

For the limited length of time, you might be out, water is a lot more important for you than food. It's always a good idea to have at least a quart of water with you at all times, more is better, especially in the desert.

The best place to store water is in your stomach, so don't be afraid to drink what you have. Don't drink to excess, but if you have water, drink it when you feel the need. If you don't have any water, keep from sweating and breath through your nose to retain as much as you can.

While it is best to purify water found in the wilderness before drinking, don't let a lack of purification stop you drinking from a stream or spring, as long as the water looks reasonably clear. Keeping your body fluids at a safe level (hydrated) is more important than the slim chance you might catch some bug from the water. There's nothing you can get from the water that a doctor can't easily take care of. Do not eat snow to obtain water, it will just make you colder.

Improvisation

Improvisation, the ability to use things for other than what they were originally designed for, is an important survival skill. It's not what things were that's important, it's what they can become, what they can be used for. Using a garbage bag as a personal emergency shelter is an example of improvisation.

Think of your personal belongings and the natural environment as your own private wilderness equipment store. With a little thought and effort, you can improvise everything you need to survive.

The five rules of improvisation are:

Determine what you really need.
Inventory your available materials, man-madeand natural.
Consider all alternatives before proceeding.
Select the best one that takes the least amount of time, energy and materials.
Do it, making sure it is safe and durable.
Not A Big Deal

Always let someone responsible, preferably an adult, know where you are going and when you expect to return. If no one is around, at least leave a detailed note. That way, if you don't come back when expected, they can start a search and the searchers will know where to look for you. That makes their job much easier and shortens the time until you are found.

The only time the wilderness will bite back is if you panic and forget these basic survival lessons. An unexpected stay in the wilderness is not a big deal if you keep your wits about you. Make yourself as comfortable as possible and wait for someone to find you or for the morningwhen you can see well enough to continue your travels. As with most things in life, dealing with this sort of emergency is a lot easier if you already anticipated the possibility that you might someday find yourself in this situation and have equipped yourself to deal with it, both with knowledge and equipment. If you prepare yourself with a few bits of basic survival gear recommended here, then you will really be set to enjoy, not just survive, your unexpected wilderness adventure.

No matter how bad your situation, you can be sure others have survived far worse with much less. You must never give up. All you have to do is hold out until help arrives. You can do that. Don't panic. Use your brain. Hang in there. YOU WILL SURVIVE!


We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
We were all Refugees at some point, now many 
others need 
our help . 
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors. . .

Dr. David Cleveland: " We were all Refugees, 
now many other Refugees are in need of our help .
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors, because they barely know where they are.
But they can, and are, knocking on our hearts.  
And refugees
are knocking on my heart every day. 

My last large venture into national Tradegy
assistance was with people stuck in Nigeria, while 
the Biafran War 
was raging on. I called all of the aid 
agencies,
I took flyinglessons, as my idea was to fly the women 
and children out of 
Nigeria onto the Ivory Coast. 
The result of all of the aid agencies 
was 
"I wasn't needed, they had everything 
under control". 

However,
 the newspapers showed a different 
story of dead and dying.  

So I gathered some of the glossy pictures and 
stapled them to stick . The pictures  showed 
the children in the
 war, with their huge bloated 
stomachs and weak bodies. I than
 went to 
downtown Boston and with a paper coffee cup 
and started asking for money, everyday for many 
months. 
Note: do not use a coffee cup!
woman passerby dropped $.50 cents into 
my fresh hot,
warming my hands, coffee. It looked 
the same as my
 collection cup. 

It was winter and cold, and yet enough money 
was gathered to 
purchase a printer and with  
leaflets we were able to 
buy $500 dollar ads in the Herald Newspaper. 
Soon with the Help 
of Richard Steckle Dr. Michal Rees 
and April Lee we got into 
action and hired a plane 
(much bigger than what I had
qualified on) and 
airlifted women and children to the 
3 Hospitals we had built, and supported in the 
Ivory Coast. 

We  had a rotating roster of stipend Doctors and 
Nurses arriving at the hospitals. We found 
homes for the women and children refugees to 
share until the war finally ended.  A big success 
then, and Now I can invite all of you to help, 
in any 
way you're able.

So I know that I can do this, and even better. 
You'll notice no 
coffee cup this time.
I have worked as a Minister, a doctorate, 
without religion.
And have worked as a Naturopath for 40 years.
My B.S was in  Earth Science and Secondary ,
Education, these will also be useful.

I was Granted a Masters Degree in Critical 
and Creative thinking from the University of 
Massachusetts and am going 
to use this now, 
along with other training to build communities

for the
 homeless, foodless, love and 
companionship-less, and 
safety and security-less 
Refugees.  With medical care, jobs and 
communities they can stay at, and build a future 
with.
A Greek Gentleman is now in negotiations 
with Greek politicians to purchase two Islands 
that are vacant, in the Lesvos area 
of Greece 
and to 
make them suitable for refugees .

Some of our work will be to help this Gentleman
 to coordinate and arrange for all of the 
building and infrastructure needed to make 
the areas habitable
In addition to the above, we will greet, document, 
and let 
authorities in town have our findings, 
which should help the 
area get some control back 
in the Island of Lesvos.
There are 108,000 Migrants, who have escaped 
by boat, to Lesvos with 1000s more arriving daily. 
The Islands Native population is 89,850. 

We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!


Starting these projects now will save many 
millions of lives. It will also benefit Greece, and 
allow the Greek People of Lesvos 
to have their 
town return to normal, and to benefit from 
the new population of people".

Love, Hugs, Kisses and THANKS!
  
Dr. Dave Cleveland
apptrail@icloud.com
EMERGENCY SUPPORT REFUGEES IN GREECE. TRANSLATES 
TO 90 OTHER LANGUAGES.  URGENT NEEDS. SURVIVAL 

MIGRANT RELIEF State of Emergency
 •Hollywood help
 •terror in encampments
 •cooking outside
 •world wide Tragedy
 •monetary donations
 •immigrants Greece
 •urgent survival information
 •starting a fire migrants
 •personal migrant safety
 •loving support MSIA floods and mud migrants
 •purifying water immigrants
 •U.N. agency migrant help Drs without Borders help

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 

DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

  
 







   
   
   
 
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.



We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A 
DIFFERENCE,ESPECIALLY TO THE CHILDREN, 
MEN AND WOMEN, ESCAPING THEIR 
HOMELANDS BY THE THOUSANDS, 
WEARING JUST THE CLOTHES ON THEIR 
BACKS. Our HUMANITARIAN GROUP 
Operation-Medicorp USES VERY LITTLE 
FOR THE SUPPORT OF our volunteers 
AND, ABOUT 95% OF YOUR DONATION 
GOES TO YOUR CHOSEN AREA. THE 
FOLLOWING PICTURES ARE OF JUST 
2 more of the BOATLOADS OF PEOPLE 
ARRIVING IN 
LESVOS, GREECE, IN 2016 

It is clear that 

every possible effort must be made to 

combat the organized trafficking rings 

in Turkey, so as to prevent the 

embarkation of refugees on unsafe and 

unseaworthy vessels – at night and in 

dangerous, inclement weather conditions 


THANK YOU COAST GUARDS


Indicatively, in the year 2015, on thousands 

of Hellenic Coast Guard search and 

rescue operations. With the assistance of

vessels from the European Unions member 

states that were participating in operation 

“Poseidon”. Over 103,000 refugees and 

migrants were rescued 
from the sea.

   
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
Please Help Generously, in order for us 
to continue to inform others and to take our 
team to volunteer in Lesvos, Greece . 
For now, our 'Go Fund Us' link above, 
is handling your donations.  

Thanks for your visit, and please 
tell others, this Disaster has little
BROADCAST on U.S. TV or on Radio. 

Two and half Million Refugees in the cold, 
rain; wet clothing;little or no food; 
Please help us do our part, many are already
in their 'laters' now.  
  Thank You, for your open Heart ! ! 

'Go Fund Us' link above, or a check to 
Dr. Dave Cleveland 
Operation Medicorp INC. C/O
U.S.P.O. 92 Provincetown, MA.
(Massachusetts) 02657
Refugee Crisis, Humanitarian Aid,
Cambridge and Provincetown MA.

        
 Where do you want to go on ETS?

THE ABOVE IS A DIRECT LINK TO  A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer


A Kid's Wilderness Survival Primer
           
Looking up, you notice that the light is growing dimmer and realize you better hurry back to camp before anyone starts to worry. Brushing yourself off and nodding goodbye to the playful squirrels who scatter with your movement, you start off. Suddenly you stop and realize you don't recognize where you are. Your heart begins to pound as you realize you might be lost. Sweat beads up on your forehead as you try to remember which way to go. Shadows darken as daylight ebbs away. How could you have gotten lost? What are you going to do? Somehow you've got to get back to camp!

STOP! Now is not the time for panic. Right now, you're in no danger. You may not know exactly where you are, but misplacing yourself is only a problem if you allow it to become one. Even the most experienced woodsman has found himself disoriented on occasion, it is nothing to be embarrassed about. The difference is that he knows it is not a serious problem, yet, and it won't become one because he is prepared with knowledge and some basic tools. Now, you won't have to worry either, because we're going to teach you how to survive an unexpected stay in the wilderness.

The above scenario is only one of the innumerable ways that people find to place themselves in a wilderness survival situation, often through no fault of their own. How well things go will be determined by how well prepared you are. Some basic survival knowledge can turn it into little more than an impromptu camping trip.

 S.T.O.P.

In almost any emergency, but especially in a survival situation, it is critical that you first 
S.T.O.P.

"S" is for Stop. Take a deep breath, sit down if possible, calm yourself and recognize that whatever has happened to get you here is past and cannot be undone. You are now in a survival situation and that means . . .

"T" is for Think. Your most important asset is your brain. Use it! Don't Panic! Move with deliberate care. Think first, so you have no regrets later. Take no action, even a foot step, until you have thought it through. Unrecoverable mistakes and injuries, potentially serious in a survival situation, occur when we act before we engage our brain. Then . . .

"O" is for Observe. Take a look around you. Assess your situation and options. Consider the terrain, weather and resources. Take stock of your supplies, equipment, surroundings, your personal capabilities and, if there are any, the abilities of your fellow survivors.

"P" is for Plan. Prioritize your immediate needs and develop a plan to systematically deal with the emergency and contingencies while conserving your energy. Then, follow your plan. Adjust your plan only as necessary to deal with changing circumstances.

YOU WILL SURVIVE!

Stay Put!

It's absolutely critical that you STAY PUT! If lost, the odds that you will find your way out are slim. If injured, you'll only make it worse by trying to travel. If it's just gotten late, you stand a good chance of getting lost in the darkness. However, if you stay put you will be found, likely in only a few hours. Don't make it harder for searchers by moving around.

If you are with another person or a group, always stay together. Do not separate, do not split up, and never move out of sight or hearing of each other.

When you are noticed missing, others will start to search for you immediately. Before long a lot of volunteers and professional search and rescue people will join in the search. All you have to do is stay safe and stay put and they will find you.

There are only a few fundamentals to wilderness survival. You must maintain your body temperature at or near 98.6 degrees (Fahrenheit). Too cold (hypothermia) or too hot (hyperthermia) and you can die. You need to conserve energy. Don't waste it by "doing" before "thinking." Water is vital for your body and mind to function properly. You need bothworking as good as possible. Finally, remember that your only responsibilities are to stay aliveand if at all possible, make yourself easier to find by actively working at attracting attention to yourself.

Shelter

A shelter is a basic necessity. Find or make atemporary shelter. Heat and cold can sap the lifeblood from you very quickly. The Wind, rain, snow or other inclement weather hastens the process. Pick the best convenient location for your shelter, as dry as possible in wet or cold weather, and away from natural hazards. Don't go far to find something better or perfect, make do with the best you can find right where you are.

Your shelter can be as simple as sitting under the overhanging branches of a large tree or rock outcrop. Beneath the bottom branches of a large evergreen, there is often a clear dry area, even in heavy snow. Avoid sitting on the bare ground or snow. Sit or lay on gathered small branches or shrubbery or on a downed tree for insulation.

A large garbage bag (a bright color is best, but any will do) is a very effective, inexpensive and compact personal emergency shelter or poncho that will fit in your pocket. Always carry one or two when you go off into the wilderness. Use the garbage bag to cover yourself and to keep heat in and the weather out.

To use, hold the bag upside down and go to one of the corners (a bottom corner, but now on topas you hold it), drop down about eight inches along the crease, and cut or tear a slit or hole only big enough for your face. Pull the bag over your body so that the corner rests on top of your head and your face sticks through the hole. Be sure to keep your head out where you can breathe, you can suffocate inside the plastic if it covers your mouth and nose. If you have another bag and you're tall enough so one bag won't cover you completely, pull the other bag up from your feet. If you can, stuff the bags and your clothing with dry leaves for added insulation, but be careful not to introduce any unwelcome pests into your improvised shelter.

You can also use the bag as a small shade tarpif the sun is a problem. A cap or hat is always useful to keep you head dryer, and warm or shaded, as appropriate.

Use a tree, downed tree or piled up snow to break any wind. Curl into a tight ball to conserve heat. If there is more than one person, huddle together for warmth. In hot sunny weather, seek shade. If the ground is soft and you can do so without overexerting yourself and wasting precious water, scoop out a hollow in the shade, it can be 30 degrees cooler 12 inches below the surface. Once you have shelter, stay there. If you've taken shelter where it might be hard for anyone to see you, try to leave some sign or marker, sticks or some rocks, out in the open pointing to your shelter.

Attract Attention

The more you can do to attract attention to yourself, the quicker someone will find you. The way to do this is by making lots of noise and by making yourself easy to see. You can be hard to see when wearing dark clothing, so it's always a good idea to wear bright colors when you go out. If you hear a helicopter, lie down in a clear dry space to make the biggest possible target for them to see.

If you are rested, feel up to it and there is a clearing, make a big "X" or "SOS" in the dirt or snow using your feet or a stick to scrape the dirt or stomp the snow down, broken branches and shrubs or rocks. Contrast and size are the keys to effective ground signals. If there is enough room, the letters should be 12 feet tall with lines at least two feet wide.

If you have something to use as a flag (an excellent reason to carry a brightly colored bandanna with you, it also has many other uses), that will be far more effective than your arms and hands alone. If you must use your hands alone, always wave wildly with both hands in an emergency situation. You don't want to be mistaken for somebody just giving a friendly wave.

Most survivors are found by ground search teams and a whistle is the most effective signaling device. A whistle is far superior to shouting because your voice just doesn't carry very far, especially in the woods. The whistle will be heard for 1/2 to 2 miles or even more in the wilderness where your voice may only carry for a few hundred feet, at best. You will also be able to signal for much longer periods of time, whereas your vocal cords will give out very quickly. You should never leave home without a whistle hung around your neck. 
The shrill and unmistakable blast of a whistle repeated three times is a universal signal for help and will definitely attract the attention of anyone within earshot. Blow three clear blasts, pausing for a few seconds between each, then wait for five minutes and repeat until you are rescued. If you hear a whistle, respond immediately with three blasts every time. If you don't have a whistle, you can make a loud signal by banging two rocks together or beating on a dead tree with a stick or rock (but, be careful you don't hurt yourself or that the tree or branches don't fall on you if it is still standing).

At night, your greatest fear is likely the result of an overactive imagination fed by the TV and movies you have seen. While the sounds of the wilderness at night may be unfamiliar, there's nothing out there that has any in interest in harming you. If you think you hear an animal nearby, yell, make lots of noise or blow your whistle. If it's an animal, it will run off. If the noise is searchers, you have been found.

Water

For the limited length of time, you might be out, water is a lot more important for you than food. It's always a good idea to have at least a quart of water with you at all times, more is better, especially in the desert.

The best place to store water is in your stomach, so don't be afraid to drink what you have. Don't drink to excess, but if you have water, drink it when you feel the need. If you don't have any water, keep from sweating and breath through your nose to retain as much as you can.

While it is best to purify water found in the wilderness before drinking, don't let a lack of purification stop you drinking from a stream or spring, as long as the water looks reasonably clear. Keeping your body fluids at a safe level (hydrated) is more important than the slim chance you might catch some bug from the water. There's nothing you can get from the water that a doctor can't easily take care of. Do not eat snow to obtain water, it will just make you colder.

Improvisation

Improvisation, the ability to use things for other than what they were originally designed for, is an important survival skill. It's not what things were that's important, it's what they can become, what they can be used for. Using a garbage bag as a personal emergency shelter is an example of improvisation.

Think of your personal belongings and the natural environment as your own private wilderness equipment store. With a little thought and effort, you can improvise everything you need to survive.

The five rules of improvisation are:

Determine what you really need.
Inventory your available materials, man-madeand natural.
Consider all alternatives before proceeding.
Select the best one that takes the least amount of time, energy and materials.
Do it, making sure it is safe and durable.
Not A Big Deal

Always let someone responsible, preferably an adult, know where you are going and when you expect to return. If no one is around, at least leave a detailed note. That way, if you don't come back when expected, they can start a search and the searchers will know where to look for you. That makes their job much easier and shortens the time until you are found.

The only time the wilderness will bite back is if you panic and forget these basic survival lessons. An unexpected stay in the wilderness is not a big deal if you keep your wits about you. Make yourself as comfortable as possible and wait for someone to find you or for the morningwhen you can see well enough to continue your travels. As with most things in life, dealing with this sort of emergency is a lot easier if you already anticipated the possibility that you might someday find yourself in this situation and have equipped yourself to deal with it, both with knowledge and equipment. If you prepare yourself with a few bits of basic survival gear recommended here, then you will really be set to enjoy, not just survive, your unexpected wilderness adventure.

No matter how bad your situation, you can be sure others have survived far worse with much less. You must never give up. All you have to do is hold out until help arrives. You can do that. Don't panic. Use your brain. Hang in there. YOU WILL SURVIVE!


We Are using a secure 'GOFUNDME' Link 
on our page.
If after watching these 
desperate videos you feel 
you could Donate money, 
THANK YOU. 

Lesvos, Greece to assist 
with the needs of the refugees. 
Your donation will allow us to 
give them blankets,clothing, 
food and Water, Babies supplies, 
and Much LOVE and Caring support.

PLEASE HELP, THANKS, DAVE CLEVELAND
We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
We were all Refugees at some point, now many 
others need 
our help . 
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors. . .

Dr. David Cleveland: " We were all Refugees, 
now many other Refugees are in need of our help .
Most of these people are not able to knock on 
our doors, because they barely know where they are.
But they can, and are, knocking on our hearts.  
And refugees
are knocking on my heart every day. 

My last large venture into national Tradegy
assistance was with people stuck in Nigeria, while 
the Biafran War 
was raging on. I called all of the aid 
agencies,
I took flyinglessons, as my idea was to fly the women 
and children out of 
Nigeria onto the Ivory Coast. 
The result of all of the aid agencies 
was 
"I wasn't needed, they had everything 
under control". 

However,
 the newspapers showed a different 
story of dead and dying.  

So I gathered some of the glossy pictures and 
stapled them to stick . The pictures  showed 
the children in the
 war, with their huge bloated 
stomachs and weak bodies. I than
 went to 
downtown Boston and with a paper coffee cup 
and started asking for money, everyday for many 
months. 
Note: do not use a coffee cup!
woman passerby dropped $.50 cents into 
my fresh hot,
warming my hands, coffee. It looked 
the same as my
 collection cup. 

It was winter and cold, and yet enough money 
was gathered to 
purchase a printer and with  
leaflets we were able to 
buy $500 dollar ads in the Herald Newspaper. 
Soon with the Help 
of Richard Steckle Dr. Michal Rees 
and April Lee we got into 
action and hired a plane 
(much bigger than what I had
qualified on) and 
airlifted women and children to the 
3 Hospitals we had built, and supported in the 
Ivory Coast. 

We  had a rotating roster of stipend Doctors and 
Nurses arriving at the hospitals. We found 
homes for the women and children refugees to 
share until the war finally ended.  A big success 
then, and Now I can invite all of you to help, 
in any 
way you're able.

So I know that I can do this, and even better. 
You'll notice no 
coffee cup this time.
I have worked as a Minister, a doctorate, 
without religion.
And have worked as a Naturopath for 40 years.
My B.S was in  Earth Science and Secondary ,
Education, these will also be useful.

I was Granted a Masters Degree in Critical 
and Creative thinking from the University of 
Massachusetts and am going 
to use this now, 
along with other training to build communities

for the
 homeless, foodless, love and 
companionship-less, and 
safety and security-less 
Refugees.  With medical care, jobs and 
communities they can stay at, and build a future 
with.
A Greek Gentleman is now in negotiations 
with Greek politicians to purchase two Islands 
that are vacant, in the Lesvos area 
of Greece 
and to 
make them suitable for refugees .

Some of our work will be to help this Gentleman
 to coordinate and arrange for all of the 
building and infrastructure needed to make 
the areas habitable
In addition to the above, we will greet, document, 
and let 
authorities in town have our findings, 
which should help the 
area get some control back 
in the Island of Lesvos.
There are 108,000 Migrants, who have escaped 
by boat, to Lesvos with 1000s more arriving daily. 
The Islands Native population is 89,850. 

We will buy a few Apple iPhones, for 
communication needs.  And then download the 
90 language translator apps to those 
phones from Google. That will end the 
confusion, fear and   mistrust many  Politicians, 
Police, Customs officers, Aid Workers and of course 
the  Refugees have  because of
 
their language differences- -neat hunh?

We need to raise money for all of the above and then 
to travel and  set up our plans. We will be 
able to hire small groups of  refugees that would like 
to help build our projects.
And of course we will purchase food, clothing and 
baby needs. 
Making sure that everyone is housed fed and 
clothed. From this success 
we will approach 
other areas with our successful plans and

workers.

You're also welcome to help!


Starting these projects now will save many 
millions of lives. It will also benefit Greece, and 
allow the Greek People of Lesvos 
to have their 
town return to normal, and to benefit from 
the new population of people".

Love, Hugs, Kisses and THANKS!
  
Dr. Dave Cleveland
apptrail@icloud.com

apptrail@icloud.com