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Airman serves community through local search, rescue team

Staff Sgt. Nathaniel Juarez, 49th Communications Squadron base assets manager, stands in front of his New Mexico Search and Rescue truck at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M., March 13. Juarez has been part of New Mexico Search and Rescue for about six months and is a member of the local detachment. NMSAR is an all-volunteer organization that represents the largest group of wilderness search and rescue teams in New Mexico, according to the NMSAR website. NMSAR offers training on rappelling, map and GPS reading, Self Aid and Buddy Care, and basic radio communication (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Turner/Released)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Joshua TurnerReleased
VIRIN: 130314-F-QE361-003.JPG
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