A team consisting of three aircrew, Maj. Kent Reichle, 36th RQS assistant director of operations, Nelson, 36th RQS flight commander, and Pruett, 36th RQS Huey flight engineer instructor, rescued a Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape student who had a medical incident at the Tacoma training area in the Colville National Forest, May 14, 2018 Colville, Washington. Before taking off on a rescue the crew checks the air worthiness of the Make sure the oil didn’t leak out all the cables are plugged in and the general air worthiness of the aircraft. Pruett also prepositions the litter to save time when conducting the rescue. (courtesy photo)

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