SERE has answers to survival

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Christopher Anderson, the commander of the 307th Operations Support Squadron, gives a thumbs to the helicopter crew as he grabs a tight hold onto the forest penetrator that will be used to hoist him up during SERE training on May 14, 2016, Claiborne Gunnery and Bombing Range, La. SERE, which stands for Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape, is required training for all aircrew members and provides the knowledge and tools necessary to survive on their own in any environment and under any condition should they have to abandon their aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Greg Steele/Released)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Greg Steele
VIRIN: 160514-F-PF761-142.JPG
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