Harrison Ford is both a hero on the screen and off the screen.
The 80-year-old movie star and 800-acre Teton County ranch owner is a volunteer search and rescue helicopter pilot who’s saved stranded hikers on more than one occasion.
With a helicopter, though — not the Millenium Falcon.
In 2000, Ford rescued hiker Sarah George off the 11,106-ft. Table Mountain in Teton County, Wyo., after she was weakened by altitude sickness and dehydration, ABC News reported.
A year later he rescued a 13-year-old boy scout who became stranded in the wilderness.
According to Teton County Sheriff Bob Zimmer, Ford’s volunteer efforts saved the county $1,000 an hour, the amount it would have cost to hire a private pilot.