Airmen learn essential skills during joint combat training exercise

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Members from the 31st and 33rd Rescue Squadron participate in a joint training exercise on Camp Hansen July 28. The 31st RQS uses various fixed- and rotary-wing insertion and extraction assets providing combat and humanitarian search, rescue and medical assistance in all environments. The 33rd RQS is a combat-ready HH-60G Pave Hawk squadron whose mission is search, rescue and recovery, night or day, over land or water. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amanda N. Grabiec)

First Lieutenant Brian Carey (Left), Combat Recue Officer for the 31st Rescue Squadron, and Staff Sgt. Jesse Barnes, pararescueman for the 31st Rescue Squadron, share a laugh before take off in a HH-60 from the 33rd Rescue Squadron on Kadena Air Base July 28. The Rescue Squadrons were supporting Marines stationed on Okinawa during a simulated attack. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amanda N. Grabiec)

Capt. Rob Wilson, Combat rescue officer from the 31st Rescue Squadron, takes a knee to wait for the other pararescuemen during a joint training exercise with the Marines on Kadena Air Base. (U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Amanda Grabiec)

Staff Sgt. Jesse Barnes, pararescueman from the 31st Rescue Squadron leads the way to a simulated improvised exploded device during a joint training exercise with the Marines on Kadena Air Base July 28.

Staff Sgt. Jesse Barnes (left), and Senior Airman Andrew Nichols (right) both pararescuemen from the 31st Rescue Squadron, write on the foreheads of simulated improvised exploding device victims to anotate the time and any medications administered to the victims during a joint training exercise with the Marines on
Kadena Air Base July 28.
 

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Senior Airman Andrew Nichols (from left) coordinates litter transport with Tech Sgt. Kristopher Burridge and Capt. Timothy James, July 28, 2010, during a joint simulated training exercise at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Airmen and Marines worked together to broaden their ability to treat and transport injured servicemembers safely out of the battlefield. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amanda Grabiec)

Senior Airmen Daniel Flechsenhaar (left) and Andrew Nichols move a simulated wounded Marine on to a litter during a joint combat training exercise July 28, 2010, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The Airmen are pararescuemen from the 31st and 33rd Rescue Squadrons. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amanda N. Grabiec)

Staff Sgt. Jesse Barnes (left) and Capt. Nicholas Wilson prepare to transport a simulated wounded Marine to safety during a joint training exercise July 28, 2010, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The Airmen are pararescuemen with the 31st and 33rd Rescue Squadrons and were training for an upcoming deployment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amanda Grabiec)

Airmen from the 31st Rescue Squadron tend to the medical needs of a simulated attack victim during a joint training exercise July 28, 2010, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Airmen and Marines worked together to broaden their ability to treat and transport injured servicemembers safely out of the battlefield. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Amanda Grabiec)

Staff Sgt. Jesse Barnes is raised with a simulated improvised exploding device victim during joint training with Marines on Kadena Air Base July 28. (U.S. Air Force photo / Senior Airman Amanda Grabiec)
 
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