18 Jun '12, 7pm

東京の多摩サービス補助施設でサバイバル訓練に励む米空軍横田基地の兵隊さん。スターズ&ストライプ紙報道→ 昆虫や木の実を食べて餓えと渇きをしのぐ。

Related Airmen get water survival training at Yokota View Gallery (3 images) Capt. Stephen Jones, left, of Houston, and Airman 1st Class Giovanny Miranda, of Milwaukee, practice calling for help using radios at Tokyo's Tama Hills Recreation Area last Thursday. The two were among airmen from Yokota Air Base, Japan, going through survival skills training. Seth Robson/Stars and Stripes Lightbox link Lightbox link YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — In past conflicts airmen have evaded capture for weeks behind enemy lines before being rescued or making their way back to friendly forces. In Afghanistan, where a tenacious insurgency has blurred the lines of battle, and it can be hard to tell friend from foe, rescuers give themselves less than two hours to get to a downed airman before the enemy does. According to Japan-based Air Force Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialist Sta...

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iamthewitch.com 23 Jun '12, 4pm

No time to write much… I am at work today but I’m going to rush for my training in no time! Another whole day of listening...