Swift water rescue training equips Airmen with new skills

Airmen with the 178th Civil Engineering Squadron train for swift water rescue missions May 17, 2019 at Ellis Dam in Zanesville, Ohio. This certification training allows the 178th Wing to be one of the first, fully operational Air National Guard units to provide these real-world rescue services during times of need. 178th CES Airmen learned how to understand river currents, operate rescue boats and save lives of individuals affected by swift water disasters. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Simones)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Rachel Simones
VIRIN: 190517-Z-GB362-1446.JPG
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