Flightline first aid

Firefighters from the 932nd Civil Engineer Squadron perform first aid to a "sick" crew chief on the flightline during a training exercise. The drill included using two fire trucks, fire suppression and a search and rescue operation. The egress proficiency training is held at least twice a year on the C-9C aircraft, said Master Sgt. Reginald Moore, assistant chief of firefighter training. The 932nd CES firefighters also perform egress training on the C-40C. The 932nd Airlift Wing is the only Air Force Reserve flying unit that flies the C-40C and C-9C. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Gerald Sonnenberg)

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