36th Rescue Squadron saves injured hunter in Idaho

From left to right, Staff Sgt. Joseph Lopez, 36th Rescue Squadron flight engineer, Tech. Sgt. Amber Schumacher, 336th Training Support Squadron independent medical technician, Capt. Erik Greendyke, 36th RQS operations officer, and Capt. John Harris, 336th Training Group executive officer, pose with the 36th RQS squadron sign. It is squadron tradition to change the number on the sign signifying the amount of people saved by the 36th RQS. This rescue marks the 692nd save the 36th RQS has accomplished. (Courtesy photo)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Nick J. Daniello
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