The 6-101st Aviation Regiment from Fort Campbell, Ky., recently held their first ever medical evacuation water extraction with Survive, Evade, Resist and Escape instructors from Scott Air Force Base at Carlyle Lake. Lt. Col. Brooke Matson, 375th Operations Support Squadron; Lt. Col. Brandon Dow, 54th Airlift Squadron; and Maj. Madison Basil Jr., Air Mobility Command; received hoist, water survival and flare training to learn how to survive in aquatic situations long enough to be rescued. The 101st Combat Aviation Brigade has served in almost every single military operation since the Vietnam War, including combat, peacekeeping, and humanitarian. By partnering with AMC’s SERE instructors, this training allows for joint-service coordination while preparing aerial crew members to survive in austere locations after being displaced from their aircraft.
The 6-101st Aviation Regiment from Fort Campbell, Ky., recently held their first ever medical evacuation water extraction with Survive, Evade, Resist and Escape instructors from Scott Air Force Base at Carlyle Lake. Lt. Col. Brooke Matson, 375th Operations Support Squadron; Lt. Col. Brandon Dow, 54th Airlift Squadron; and Maj. Madison Basil Jr., Air Mobility Command; received hoist, water survival and flare training to learn how to survive in aquatic situations long enough to be rescued. The 101st Combat Aviation Brigade has served in almost every single military operation since the Vietnam War, including combat, peacekeeping, and humanitarian. By partnering with AMC’s SERE instructors, this training allows for joint-service coordination while preparing aerial crew members to survive in austere locations after being displaced from their aircraft. Photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel Garcia
The 6-101st Aviation Regiment from Fort Campbell, Ky., recently held their first ever medical evacuation water extraction with Survive, Evade, Resist and Escape instructors from Scott Air Force Base at Carlyle Lake. Lt. Col. Brooke Matson, 375th Operations Support Squadron; Lt. Col. Brandon Dow, 54th Airlift Squadron; and Maj. Madison Basil Jr., Air Mobility Command; received hoist, water survival and flare training to learn how to survive in aquatic situations long enough to be rescued. The 101st Combat Aviation Brigade has served in almost every single military operation since the Vietnam War, including combat, peacekeeping, and humanitarian. By partnering with AMC’s SERE instructors, this training allows for joint-service coordination while preparing aerial crew members to survive in austere locations after being displaced from their aircraft. Photo by Airman 1st Class Daniel Garcia

Scott SERE team participates in medical evacuation exercise

June 22, 2017 01:51 PM

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