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Download full resolution image Members of the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron train for extended patient care at FS Gabreski Air National Guard Base  on July 2nd, 2014. The training is designed to allow Pararescue Jumpers, Combat Rescue Officers and other rescue

Para Rescue Jumpers Hone Medical Skills

WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NEW YORK - Members of the New York Air National Guard's 103rd Rescue Squadron train for extended patient care at FS Gabreski Air National Guard Base on July 2nd, 2014. The training is designed to allow Pararescue Jumpers, Combat Rescue Officers and other rescue-related personnel to care for injured servicemembers in geographically isolated locations.



(New York Air National Guard / Senior Airman Christopher S Muncy / released)

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