Monday, April 4, 1966 - Tuesday, April 5, 1966. Carrauntoohil, FatalityA student from UCD went missing on a solo climb of the mountain. His remains were subsequently located in November 1966 (see below).
Wednesday, April 20, 1966. Carrauntoohil, FatalityA member of an English school party was killed on Carrauntoohil.
Tuesday, September 20, 1966. Brandon, RescueA German student was stretchered from Brandon in a weak state. He had suffered a fall approximately one week earlier and had retreated to his tent where he had been camping alone.
Sunday, November 13, 1966. Carrauntoohil, RecoveryKMRT assisted in the recovery of the remains of a UCD student who died in a fall seven months earlier. The remains were located by members of An Oige and the Irish Mountaineering Club the previous day in an organised search of the east face of Carrauntoohil.
Saturday, July 1, 1967. Gap of Dunloe, SearchA search was undertaken after a car was left unattended by English visitors.
Saturday, July 1, 1967. Carrauntoohil, RescueA member of a Cork scout troop broke his leg in a steep gully on the NE face and was rescued at night in appalling weather. The area is now known as 'Collins' Gully'
Friday, September 1, 1967. Carrauntoohil, SearchA Scottish honeymoon couple were grounded in their tent in bad weather. The search took place over two days.
Thursday, August 1, 1968. Carrauntoohil, SearchAn English hosteller failed to report his descent after a night camp, resulting in a widespread search of the Carrauntoohil area.
Sunday, June 1, 1969. Carrauntoohil, SearchA night search for a visitor from Cork City.
Tuesday, July 1, 1969. Carrauntoohil (Eisc na bhfiach), FatalitySearch for, and recovery of the body of a Dublin walker. The area is now known as 'Brother O'Shea's Gully'.
Tuesday, September 1, 1970, FatalityThe body of an English student was recovered after a night search.
Thursday, July 1, 1971. Gap of Dunloe, RescueA German doctor suffered a broken leg and was rescued at night.
Wednesday, September 1, 1971. Carrauntoohil, SearchA search was carried out for a 71 year old English cycle tourist who benighted on the mountain.
Saturday, January 1, 1972. Kells, SearchA two day search was undertaken for a local resident.
Thursday, June 1, 1972. McGillycuddy Reeks, RescueA Dublin walker was rescued from the Reeks ridge after suffering from a heart complaint.
Friday, September 1, 1972. McGillycuddy Reeks, RescueA young female hosteller from Dublin suffered facial injuries following a fall on the Devil's Ladder and was rescued at night.
Sunday, April 1, 1973. Mullaghanattin, FatalityThe body of a Dublin climber who fell on the Glencar side of the mountain was recovered at night.
Tuesday, May 1, 1973. Brandon, SearchNight search for a Tralee walker who was benighted following the pilgrimage.
Saturday, September 1, 1973. McGillycuddy Reeks, AlertDawn alert for three hostellers benighted in the Hag's Glen area.
Tuesday, January 1, 1974. Kenmare, Fatality (non-mountain)Search for a man from Kenmare, whose body was later recovered from Kenmare bay.
Friday, March 1, 1974. McGillycuddy Reeks, SearchDawn search for two Beaufort men who were benighted on the ridge.
Sunday, September 1, 1974. Lough Brin , FatalityNight search and dawn recovery (in conjunction with the Air Corps) of the body of a local man.
Tuesday, July 1, 1975. Camp, SearchSearch for a Dublin walker in the mountains over Derrymore.
Friday, August 1, 1975. Tomies, SearchSearch for a local man on Tomies.
Thursday, July 1, 1976. Carrauntoohil, SearchDawn search for a Tipperary man who was benighted on the mountain.
Thursday, July 1, 1976. Carrauntoohil, RescueNight search and stretcher party to the ridge. The walker from Belfast had suffered a back injury but walked down by herself.
Thursday, July 1, 1976. Dingle, RescueAn eight year old boy from Paris was rescued from a sea cliff in the face of the incoming tide.
Thursday, July 1, 1976. Carrauntoohil, FatalityA four day search (which also involved a helicopter) concluded in the night recovery of the body of a Dutchman who fell from the Beenkeeragh ridge.
Monday, November 1, 1976. Cloon, SearchDawn search for a Cork climber who was benighted above the lake. The climber was subsequently escorted from the hill.
Tuesday, March 1, 1977. Conor Pass, FatalityRecovery of the body of a local sheep farmer who was killed following a fall near the pass.
Sunday, May 1, 1977. Brandon, SearchOvernight search for a 66 year old Kilkenny woman who was benighted. Escorted from the hill.
Friday, July 1, 1977. Carrauntoohil, RescueOvernight search and rescue of an English walker from a gully near Carrauntoohil.
Tuesday, November 1, 1977. McGillycuddy Reeks, AlertCork school party delayed by snow on the ridge.
Wednesday, March 1, 1978. Carrauntoohil, SearchA teacher from Clonmel and two others lost their way on descent. In a strong gust of wind the teacher tumbled 300 feet down a snow gully over Curraghmore. His friends descended via the Devil's Ladder and alerted the Team. As the Team searched the gully the man was picked up walking out from the Black Valley, despite having two fractured vertebrae.
Monday, May 1, 1978. Beenbo, FatalityA Tralee man died following a fall whilst bouldering on an outcrop. He had been walking with a large group, who recovered his body, assisted by the Team.
Thursday, June 1, 1978. McGillycuddy Reeks, AssistanceDuring the annual organised Reeks walk, two walkers from Dublin and Cork suffering from exhaustion were escorted off the hill by Team members.
Saturday, July 1, 1978. Carrauntoohil, FatalityAn experienced English walker fell while descending the North face of the mountain (a regular navigational mistake due to lack of clarity in the maps used at the time). He was discovered alive by a local farmer, but was dead on the arrival of the Team.
Tuesday, August 1, 1978. McGillycuddy Reeks, RescueAn English walker injured her leg at the ford and was evacuated with the assistance of a tractor.
Sunday, October 1, 1978. McGillycuddy Reeks, AlertA group of Dublin walkers were benighted while attempting to traverse the ridge.
Thursday, March 1, 1979. Knocknadobar, RescueA girl collapsed with exhaustion and was stretchered off the hill.
Thursday, March 1, 1979. Kilgarvan (Borlin Valley), SearchA Dutch girl was reported missing, and the Team searched the area where she was last seen. She was never traced.
Friday, June 1, 1979. Caherconree, RescueA Tralee diabetic failed to take insulin and collapsed unconscious on the hill. Team personnel revived her and stretchered her to an awaiting Civil Defence ambulance.
Monday, October 1, 1979. Dingle (Burnam), Fatality (non-mountain)A German student was reported missing and Gardai request the Team to search the sea cliffs. The victim's shoe was located on the beach 600' down.
Monday, October 1, 1979. Carrauntoohil, RescueAn English walker slipped while descending the North face and sustained severe bruising. One of his friends went for help but got lost and returned to the casualty after five hours. The other then went to raise the alarm, and the Team evacuated the casualty that night.