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  • Oregon Airmen train to save lives

    Non-salvageable vehicles usually end up sitting in a scrap yard or are crushed and recycled. But one squadron here routinely uses junked cars as a training tool in order to potentially save lives.Oregon Air National Guardsmen from the 125th Special Tactics Squadron participated in extrication

  • 125th STS dives into new underwater capability

    Note: Names have been left out of the following article due to mission requirements.It would be pointless to swim subsurface into enemy territory in regular scuba gear, as the adversaries may notice bubbles coming out of the water. That’s why members from the 125th Special Tactics Squadron recently