Air National Guard Airmen Complete Military Training

Three 106th Rescue Wing members are being recognized for completing a combat survival training course.

Three members of the 106th Rescue Wing, based at Gabreski Airport in Westhampton are being recognized for recently completing a combat survival training course. 

According to Air National Guard Commander Col. Thomas J. Owens II, Staff Sgt. Lauryn Armusewicz, Airman 1st Class Sarah Forrester  and 2nd Lt. Christopher Landsiedel all completed the training which was given at the Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington. 

"The 106th Rescue Wing is very proud of the achievements of our Airmen," Col. Owens said. "The various training courses they complete improve not only their skills but they are then able to better our entire wing in the mission of personnel recovery, ultimately saving lives, both here at home and abroad."


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