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Thursday, November 23 2017 @ 06:05 pm PST

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New PJ Reserve Video

PJ StuffMSgt Biddle sent the link to the new PJ Reserve video. Sorry I can't embed it yet (we're still tweaking what the site can and cannot do) but here's the link: PJ Reserve
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Regarding "PJ Pics" archives

PJ StuffThis is just a note to beg for patience on hauling the "PJ Pics" over from the old site. Not only do I need to re-upload every single image, but there's also a sizing issue on 99 percent of them. What I will probably do is upload low-resolution images for the pictures I've posted in the past, and then I'll take my best shot at appropriate resizing for new pictures.

So yes, new PJ pictures and news will appear on this blog soon. But it will take some time to get all the old ones up.
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306th Selection Day: February 19, 2010

PJ StuffCongrats to the 306th's recruiter to his promotion to Master Sergeant!

You can congratulate him by showing up well-prepared on February 19th for the 306th's next Selection Day.

Email Master Sergeant Biddle or me (if you're scared of the M.Sgt) for all the details. ;)
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PJ Pics

PJ StuffMembers of the 103rd Rescue Squadron, 101st Rescue Squadron and the 106th Security Forces Squadron worked together during a search and rescue training exercise on November 3, 2009 at F.S. Gabreski (ANG) in Westhampton Beach, New York. The exercise simulated a downed HH-60 with a four-person crew, and was designed to ensure proficiency in patient treatment while working with supporting aircraft in a tactical environment (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Chris S. Muncy)



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Few Good Men...

PJ Stuff"On the last day of the search, it was clear that all of the elements had turned against us. The avalanche danger was so severe that even stable slopes had started to slide, making it impossible for climbers to head up the mountain. Also, a storm system had covered the mountain with clouds, posing a serious challenge to the Army National Guard helicopters that were helping us search from the air...

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PJ Pic

PJ StuffPararescue students work as fast as they can during a mass casualty exercise that
simulated an explosion on a base at 4 in the morning. (U.S Air Force photos by Tech
Sgt. Matthew Hannen)

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PJ Pic

PJ StuffDeputy Secretary of Defense William J. Lynn III greets Air Force pararescue jumpers
while touring a Role 3 hospital in Bastion , Afghanistan , on Sept.10, 2009. DoD
photo by Master Sgt. Jerry Morrison, U.S. Air Force. (Released)