A Fuel Rats public relations official has announced that the collective has now succeeded in rescuing more than 10,000 stranded pilots.
Comprising a widespread network of voluntary search and rescue agents, the Fuel Rats has maintained a success rate of over 95% since its foundation in June 3301. On average, the group saves 36 pilots a day.
“The Fuel Rats is the only collective entirely dedicated to such rescues,” said the representative. “For a cooperative based on volunteers, donations and goodwill to reach such a milestone in less than a year is impressive.”
“When I look back at our anarchic beginnings, and see this ragtag bunch of misfit explorers expand into this remarkable cooperative, I am humbled.”
The representative also explained that the group is planning a memorial service for all those the Fuel Rats failed to save. The service is currently planned for the 5th of May 3302 and is scheduled to run for one week.