Medical training

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla., - The 920th Rescue Wing Air Force Reserve pararescuemen (PJs) here train extensively to keep current on their many job qualifications. For instance, Senior Airman Brandon Forshaw and Staff Sgt. William Cenna, both reserve PJs here, perform medical training on the Banana River August 18, 2010. Cocoa Beach provides a perfect spot for the 920th PJs to train for potential water rescues. As the Air Force?s special operators, they are the only Department of Defense combat rescuers during peacetime and combat. PJs deploy around the world to conduct air, land and sea rescues in a wide range of environments to extract, treat, stabilize and evacuate injured personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ms. Jen Macklin)

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