Air Commandos Conduct Search and Rescue Training with Japanese Air Self Defense Force

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  • By 1st Lt Rachael Parks
  • 353rd Special Operations Wing
An MC-130J Commando II and a CV-22 Osprey both assigned to the 353rd Special Operations Wing fly alongside a Japanese Air Self Defense Force UH-60J assigned to Naha Air Rescue on Nov 9, 2021 during a search and rescue exercise. The purpose of this training is to enhance the Japan-U.S. bilateral response capabilities to real-world emergencies. (U.S. Air Force Photo by A1C Moses Taylor)