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Aviation Rescue Swimmers (AIRRs) practice their escape from a downed helicopter that has gone underwater.
Army Reserve Soldiers participate in a nighttime cargo drop exercise.
Army Reserve Soldiers train to become MPs (Military Police). MPs help keep a military installation secure, protect travel routes and maintain law...
In a training exercise, Army Reserve firefighters tackle a fire in the desert.
Army Reserve Soldiers participate in a daytime cargo drop exercise.
Army National Guard recruits crawl, climb, pull and jump their way through an obstacle course during Basic Combat Training (BCT).
Army National Guard recruits showcase their physical strength as they complete a demanding obstacle course.
Members of the Army National Guard engage in high-altitude low-opening (HALO) parachute training in Arizona.
Service members train to use cannons as members of the armor and field artillery team.
Petty Officer William Armstrong describes the intense training that goes into becoming a surfman for the Coast Guard.
As part of its service obligation, the Air Force Reserve 610th Aerospace Medical Flight trained at a hospital in Belcourt, N.D.
At McGuire Air Force Base, Air Force Reserve Capt. Dennis Castro and his unit prep an aircraft and simulate loading an injured passenger.
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