104th Fighter Wing Airmen Experience Medevac Training with 3-126th Aviation Flight Medics

Senior Airman Christopher Iennaco of the 104th Fighter Wing tightens the straps on the litter to ensure his patient is secure prior to boarding an HH-60 medevac during the Joint Medic augmentee training. Airmen from the 104th Fighter Wing brought their medical skills on board to familiarize themselves with flying while carrying out their medical duties. The 104th Fighter Wing medics and the Det 1 C Company 3-126 Aviation flight medics trained together on flight medic procedures for in route patient care in support of domestic operations for the state of Massachusetts. (Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Julie Avey)

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