NY Air National Guardsmen leap into Atlantic to save lives

Combat Rescue Officers and pararescuemen assigned to the New York Air National Guard 106th Rescue Wing’s 103rd Rescue Squadron provide medical care to a badly injured sailor on board the ship Tamar in the Atlantic Ocean west of the Azores on April 25, 2017. Seven members of the 103rd Rescue Squadron jumped into the Atlantic Ocean in the dark in order to provide medical care for two badly injured crew members. (Courtesy photo)

PHOTO BY: Capt. Michael O'Hagan
VIRIN: 170425-Z-F3857-1001.JPG
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