Rescue squadron practises jump rescues over water

US Air Force 31st Rescue Squadron combined with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron and 17th Special Operations Squadron to complete a jump exercise that tested airmen on both land and water. The squadrons took off from Kadena Airbase, Japan.

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