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  • 920th Rescue Wing develops enhanced combat rescue structure

    After two years of assessment and validation the 920th Rescue Wing has developed an enhanced Personnel Recovery Task Force (PRTF) structure along with overhauled tactics, techniques, and procedures with a specific design to deny competitors exploitation of isolated personnel.The structure

  • 920th Rescue Wing flight chief essential to developing new Airmen

    As newly-enlisted Airmen leave for basic military training (BMT) they have many things to prepare for. This includes both mental and physical preparation for the challenging eight weeks they will have ahead of them. Guiding this next generation in preparation for BMT, the 920th Rescue Wing

  • Maintenance squadron support section critical supplier for operations

    For the 920th Rescue Wing to be mission ready, everyone involved must be equipped to achieve success and the combined effort with personnel from the 920th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 720th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron support section’s ability to keep the right maintenance tools in the right

  • 920th Logistics Readiness Squadron outfits wing for mission success

    To get Airmen around the world and supplied for operations requires a team of dedicated professionals and the 920th Logistics Readiness Squadron’s critical role keeps the 920th Rescue Wing moving to meet mission requirements.The 920th LRS is made up of a team that includes material management

  • The Red Tail legacy continued through art

    Slim, tall, with a contagious smile, Senior Airman Mia M. Evans, 332d Expeditionary Force Support Squadron services apprentice, incorporates art as a way to carry on the Red Tail legacy.

  • 920th RQW enhance tactics for combat in contested environments

    The 920th Rescue Wing assessed and validated combat applications developed over the past two years during their annual FURY HORIZON 22 exercise here Feb. 5.In a scenario replicating Indo-Pacific region major combat operations, 300 military personnel were isolated on a remote island used for agile

  • Combat casualty care

    More than 200 members of the 920th Rescue Wing have been trained in the Defense Department’s new Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course here over the last two months.TCCC is a set of evidence-based, best practice prehospital trauma care guidelines customized for use by all military branches.