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  • Rescue squadrons train in Idaho exercise

    BOISE, Idaho – Members from 11 rescue squadrons flocked to Gowen Field in HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters to participate in Spud Smoke 21, an exercise focused on weapons employment fundamentals and dynamic threat environments.The squadrons that participated in the exercise March 8-28 included the 55th