920th Rescue Wing Guardian Angels train with the UF swim team

The 920th Rescue Wing hosted 38 members of the University of Florida's swim team Jan. 4 at Patrick Air Force Base Fla. The 920th performs combat search and rescue as its primary mission, but also supports civilian search and rescue, humanitarian relief and safety, and security during all Space Coast rocket launches.

The 920th Rescue Wing hosted 38 members of the University of Florida’s swim team Jan. 4 at Patrick Air Force Base Fla. The 920th performs combat search and rescue as its primary mission, but also supports civilian search and rescue, humanitarian relief and safety, and security during all Space Coast rocket launches.

The 920th Rescue Wing hosted 38 members of the University of Florida’s swim team at Patrick Air Force Base Fla., 4 January 2013. The 920th RQW Guardian Angles perform combat search and rescue as its primary mission, but also supports civilian search and rescue, humanitarian relief and safety, and security during all Space Coast rocket launches. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephany D. Richards)(released)

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