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Kadena Japan 2013

May 2013 Okinawa Japan, the 156 Fire and Emergency Services had the great opportunity to train with the best of the best in the United State Air Force; the 18th Civil Engineering Squadron Fire and Emergency Services. This unit, best known by their "excellence in all" achievements as the best F&ES in the PACAF region opened their doors to receive the best ANG F&ES unit in Puerto Rico. During a two week period members worked extensively with the host unit on fire fighting training evolutions or real world emergencies. Each member had the opportunity to train on skills such as: Airfield Familiarization, Vehicle Driving, Vehicle Extrication Aircraft Live Fire, Structural Fire fighting, etc. Besides the proficiency in training, and every day hard work personnel from the 18th CES/CEF showed a great sense of professionalism and most important brotherhood.

Photos by: TSgt Eric Fernandez, PRANG

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