An Air Force program that teaches survival skills to pilots and air crew members has access to 375,000 acres of Colville National Forest as well as some state-managed land in eastern Washington. About 2,500 airmen graduate from the program every year, learning to live behind enemy lines. This photo shows a class in June 2015.
An Air Force program that teaches survival skills to pilots and air crew members has access to 375,000 acres of Colville National Forest as well as some state-managed land in eastern Washington. About 2,500 airmen graduate from the program every year, learning to live behind enemy lines. This photo shows a class in June 2015. Airman 1st Class Nicolo Daniello 92nd Air Refueling Wing
An Air Force program that teaches survival skills to pilots and air crew members has access to 375,000 acres of Colville National Forest as well as some state-managed land in eastern Washington. About 2,500 airmen graduate from the program every year, learning to live behind enemy lines. This photo shows a class in June 2015. Airman 1st Class Nicolo Daniello 92nd Air Refueling Wing

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