They Man an 'Anywhere Ambulance' Pararescuemen get it done in air, on land and at sea

Carrying a "patient" up a mountain path for nearly two miles, Airmen 1st Class Mark Lillmars and Jared Stidham labor in the 100-degree New Mexico heat. As part of a training exercise, the pararescue students had to get the heavy mannequin to a waiting CV-22 to medevac their "injured patient." (U.S Air Force Photo by Tech Sgt. Matthew Hannen)

PHOTO BY: Tech Sgt. Matthew Hannen
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