352nd SOW Air Commandos clock in at dusk for night training
By Staff Sgt. Micaiah Anthony
/ Published February 23, 2016
RAF Sculthorpe, England --
U.S. Air Force Air Commandos from the 352nd Special Operations Wing worked the 'night shift' during a routine training mission at RAF Sculthorpe in Norwich, England. Activities included fast-roping off a CV-22 Osprey, searching for simulated potential threats, exercising the battlefield treatment of simulated injured Airmen and evacuation.
Training events, like this, provide combat-ready forces to theater commanders 'any time, any place.'