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Officers from the air operations unit conducted an extensive search and located the man using thermal imaging cameras before taking him to safety.
Specialists include an air operations unit, complete with state-of-the-art helicopter, forensics investigators and specialist football unit and ballistics experts.
Chief Mark Polin A North Wales Police spokesman said: "The cost to run the Air Operations Unit during 2009/2010 was pounds 1,718,658.
Sergeant Dave Clark, of Cleveland Air Operations Unit, said: "It is important that people who are injured are found as quickly as possible, and in this instance, it was proving difficult because of the area.
The Air Operations Unit has a team of two sergeants and 12 constables who are all trained air observers.
The Air Operations Unit, which runs the helicopter, was set up in 1989 to cope with an increased demand for a force helicopter.
Staffordshire Police said its air operations unit would be working with land-based patrols to cut the number of traffic casualties at "collision cluster sites." The airborne officers intend to film bad driving, speeding and poor overtaking.
Sgt Brian Reid, of the Air Operations Unit, said: "We are hoping that this initiative will have a major impact on the overall crime figures in the area.
The joint efforts had the forestry department use one aircraft, the British bases two helicopters, the police air operations unit two and the national guard one.
West Midlands Air operations unit said they had "assisted with the apprehension and arrest" of people for a variety of offences from their vantage point in the skies above the region.