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134th Security Forces Squadron Airmen Practice SERE Skills
134th Air Refueling Wing
Video by Staff Sgt. Kaylee Patterson
Sept. 10, 2023 | 0:59
Airmen of the 134th Security Forces Squadron take part in a training exercise of Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) skills. SERE Training provides airmen with skills they can use at their home base, in deployed environments and in their daily life. More

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