Coast guard rescue swimmer
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In both the Navy and Coast Guard the training to become a Rescue Swimmer was challenging both mentally and physically. Jumping out of helicopters into the ocean to rescue someone is no joke and requires superb physical fitness. If you want to stay in shape and love swimming try this workout!
Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers represent one of the most thrilling and challenging roles in the U.S. Coast Guard. The specialists have advanced through incredibly difficult training and testing in order to achieve the rank of an Aviation Survival Technician (AST)/Helicopter Rescue team member. You may have become inspired by the heroics that are reenacted on Read More...
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LAKE ST. CLAIR - U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Brendan Dent (standing) hooks up Petty Officer 1st Class Brad Fitzpatrick to the hoist cable of an Air Station Detroit rescue helicopter while conducting training on the frozen Lake St. Clair, Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011. Conducting rescue airlifts on frozen surfaces presents unique challenges and the Coast Guard regularly practices their techniques to maintain proficiency. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Mark Dukti, Air Station Detroit
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Good day military aviation enthusiasts! Rich Cooper here from the Centre of Aviation Photography (COAP), I'm a relatively new addition to the FPP team and this is my first post. Going forward…
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Today marks the 34th anniversary of the establishment of the US Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers. “So That Others May Live” [750x741]
Today marks the 34th anniversary of the establishment of the US Coast Guard Rescue Swimmers. So That Others May Live [750x741]
Rescue swimmer,from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City,North Carolina,lifts Capt. Alex Arbuckle,334th Fighter Squadron pilot,out of water into HH-60J Jayhawk during search & rescue training mission,Sept.24,2015,off coast of North Carolina.Airmen from Seymour Johnson AFB,North Carolina & sailors from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City & Coast Guard Station Hobucken,North Carolina worked together to locate & rescue simulated ejected pilot & weapons systems officer as part of training…
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With one of the highest student attrition rates of any special operations school, around 75 students enlist in rescue swimmer training school and less than half make it out.
Choppers, drug busts, and Jeff Bridges, oh my! Did you know the US Coast Guard saves 10 lives a day? Study up on these exciting facts and tune into Coast Guard Florida on The Weather Channel for more thrilling action.
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Before dawn on March 23, 2008, the Alaska Ranger ship sank in America's deadliest waters. As 47 souls fought for survival, the Coast Guard launched one of the most daring and dramatic rescues in history.
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