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Gold Thunder 2.0 prepares special tactics combat mission support team for real world operations

A 320th Special Tactics Squadron pararescueman hoists a Gold Team member out of the water into a Kadena-based HH-60 from the 33rd Rescue Squadron during Gold Thunder 2.0 held at Camp Hansen July 24, 2015. The exercise scenario ended with a sanitation and evacuation of the forward operating location by water via rotary wing aircraft. Gold Thunder 2.0 is a humanitarian assistance disaster/relief scenario exercise put together to train the combat mission support personnel in land and water navigation, establishing a special tactics operations center and a forward operating logistics hub along with other skills such as all-terrain vehicle qualification training, Krav Maga training and exfiltration capabilities with rotary wing aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kristine Dreyer)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Kristine Dreyer
VIRIN: 150624-F-AL360-175.JPG
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