303rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron Pilots inspect Control Panels during Preflight Check
Time is of the essence when it comes to someone sustaining life-threatening injuries in a deployed location. With the capabilities provided by a combat search and rescue team, time is on their side knowing they are there when we need them the most.
Preparing for a deployment can be a challenging, stressful and exciting task. There are multiple check lists to finish, appointments, briefings and goodbyes to make.
Nine Airmen from the 303rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron (ERQS) collected and distributed nearly 400 pairs of donated shoes as well as 25 boxes of donated clothing and baby supplies to people at the Caritas Djibouti Clinic, Djibouti, May 4, 2014.
303rd ERQS Maintains Constant Mission Readiness Story Album
Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) has been engaging in efforts to build partnerships based on shared understanding and trust by incorporating the foreign liaison officers (LNO) into daily operations such as LNOs briefing in the Joint Operations Center (JOC), the Open-Source Intelligence Course, and tours of different areas on Camp.