Moody Participates in Combat Rescue Officer Shadow and Orientation Week

| June 20, 2014

Moody-Air-Force-Base-EntranceMOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Approximately 20 Air Force ROTC cadets from various universities are currently experiencing Moody’s rescue mission during a Combat Rescue Officer Shadow and Orientation Week (CROSHOW).

Hosted by the 38th Rescue Squadron (RQS), the CROSHOW is designed to physically and mentally challenge ROTC cadets who are interested in the Air Force pararescue and combat rescue officer career fields.

During the week, cadets are held to specific standards of the career fields and participate in activities such as physical training, ruck marches and water survival training.

Source: Moody Air Force Base

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