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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Maj. Geoffrey Ulrich, 48th Air Expeditionary Group C-130J Super Hercules pilot, flies at low altitudes over Iceland May 30, 2014, while deployed for Icelandic Air Policing. The C-130 crew’s primary mission for the deployment is to provide search and rescue airlift for the deployed pararescuemen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- A pararescueman deployed for Icelandic Air Policing with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group gathers his parachute after jump training near Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The Pararescueman is deployed from the 31st Rescue Squadron to support the NATO mission of ensuring Iceland’s air sovereignty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Pararescuemen deployed for Icelandic Air Policing with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group perform jump training near Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The fighter pilots protecting Iceland’s air sovereignty during the deployment are able to travel farther out over the arctic because of the quick-response rescue capability provided by the pararescuemen and C-130J Super Hercules crew. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Pararescuemen deployed with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group for Icelandic Air Policing board a C-130J Super Hercules during a training mission at Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The fighter pilots protecting Iceland’s air sovereignty during the deployment are able to travel farther out over the arctic because of the quick-response rescue capability provided by the pararescuemen and C-130 crew. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Staff Sgt. Brian, 48th Air Expeditionary Group pararescueman, prepares for a training mission during Icelandic Air Policing at Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The pararescuemen, coupled with the C-130J Super Hercules crew, enable the U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle pilots in Iceland to travel farther over the icy Atlantic by providing a quick response rescue force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Capt. Paul, 48th Air Expeditionary Group combat rescue officer, packs his parachute after jump training near Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The pararescuemen, coupled with the C-130J Super Hercules crew, enable the U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle pilots in Iceland to travel farther over the icy Atlantic by providing a quick response rescue force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- A pararescueman deployed with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group for Icelandic Air Policing lands during jump training near Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The pararescuemen, coupled with the C-130J Super Hercules crew, enable the U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle pilots in Iceland to travel farther over the icy Atlantic by providing a quick response rescue force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- A pararescueman deployed for Icelandic Air Policing with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group lands during jump training near Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The Pararescueman is deployed from the 31st Rescue Squadron to support the NATO mission of ensuring Iceland’s air sovereignty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Pararescuemen deployed for Icelandic Air Policing with the 48th Air Expeditionary Group perform a static line jump from a C-130J Super Hercules during training near Keflavik International Airport, May 22, 2014. The Pararescuemen are deployed from the 31st Rescue Squadron to support the NATO mission of ensuring Iceland’s air sovereignty. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air PolicingPararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing
Pararescuemen, C-130 crew provide rescue capability during Icelandic Air Policing

KEFLAVIK, Iceland -- Capt. Isaac Leung, 48th Air Expeditionary Group C-130J Super Hercules pilot, prepares to takeoff for a training mission while deployed for Icelandic Air Policing at Keflavik International Airport May 22, 2014. The C-130 crew’s primary mission for the deployment is to provide search and rescue airlift for the deployed pararescuemen. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Impossible rescue remembered 20 years laterImpossible rescue remembered 20 years later
Impossible rescue remembered 20 years later

VODLAVIK, Iceland -- Retired Col. Gary Copsey speaks during a ceremony May 30, 2014, commemorating a rescue mission on the coastline of Vodlavik, Iceland. During the mission, U.S. Airmen saved the lives of six Icelanders stranded aboard their ship, the Godinn. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Posted: 5/31/2014

Impossible rescue remembered 20 years laterImpossible rescue remembered 20 years later
Impossible rescue remembered 20 years later

VODLAVIK, Iceland -- Retired Col. Gary Copsey speaks during a ceremony May 30, 2014, commemorating a rescue mission on the coastline of Vodlavik, Iceland. During the mission, U.S. Airmen saved the lives of six Icelanders stranded aboard their ship, the Godinn. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released)
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Posted: 5/31/2014

    

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