The United States Air Force received the first two HH-60W Jolly Green II Combat Rescue helicopters. On November 5, the 23rd Wing and 347th Rescue Group received the newest combat rescue aircraft at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia.
These capabilities will ensure that its crews are able to carry out their critical combat search-and-rescue missions and personnel recovery operations for all the U.S. military and its allies in contested and diverse environments. The HH-60W will be able to conduct day or night operations in hostile environments to recover isolated personnel during wartime, while it can be used in other military operations including civil search-and-rescue, medical evacuation disaster response, humanitarian assistance, security cooperation, NASA space-flight support, and rescue command and control.
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