Multiple first-responder agencies left no stones unturned as they performed various search and rescue exercises Tuesday.Teams from the Northport Fire Rescue, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Aviation Unit, Red Mountain Search Dog Association and Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue participated in the exercises.After two mock victims were placed strategically in remote areas away from one another, teams searched for them with GPS technology, Project Lifesaver, tracking K-9s and helicopters.“Overall I think it went really great,” Northport Fire Rescue Captain Jason Norris said. “A lot of things were learned and it just puts us that much closer to being comfortable with situations like this.”After the simulated victims were found and rescued, the teams got together to discuss what went right and what challenges were presented.“I believe we’re at an A,” Tuscaloosa Fire and Rescue Service Deputy Chief Chris Williamson said. “I mean, we’ve done very well, we’ve learned a lot of things. No big hiccups but we’ve identified some good challenges to work through and that’s the point of this training. You want to find out what didn’t work well so that you can fix it.”Officials said they hope to make this multi-agency search and rescue effort a part of their regular training.