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Members of the Indiana Helcopter Rescue Team are hoisted in to a UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter at Kingsbury, Indiana july 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Brent VanBruaene with the South Bend Fire Department and a member of the Indiana Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team, waits to b  lowered as the UH-60 Black Hawk approaches the target location at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Sgt. Samantha Burns, the the Indiana Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team is lowered form a UH-60 via hoist at Kingsbury, Indiana, July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Sgt. Todd D. Overbeck and Dave Jester assists Brent VanBruaene, all members of the Indiana Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team, as he is brought aboard a UH-60 during hoist training at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Chief Chris Baker, South Bend Fire Department and Sgt. Samantha Baker are hoisted in to a UH-60 Balck Hawk by Sgt. Todd D. Overbeck at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. All are members of the Indiana HART, a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Sgt. Todd D. Overbeck, with Indiana Helipcopter Aquatic Rescue Team guides the hoist cable as team members are reeled up to a UH-60 hovering 100 feet above the ground at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Indiana Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team member Brent VanBruaene, with the South Bend Fire Department is hoisted into a UH-60 Black Hawk during training at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
Brent VanBruaene with the South Bend Fire Department and a member of the Indiana Helicopter Aquatic  Rescue Team, unclips his saftey line as Sgt. Todd Overbeck prepare to lower him with a hoist from a UH-60 Black Hawk at Kingsbury, Indiana July 23. The Indiana HART is a joint miliatary-civilian serach and rescue operation teaming Indiana Army National Guard aviation with South Bend Fire Department rescuers.
A soldier of the Indiana National Guard’s 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team signals they are good to go before a training assault for Orient Shield 2018. Orient Shield is an annual, bilateral, tactical field training exercise cohosted by the Japan Ground Self - Defense Force and U.S. Army Pacific Command. This marks the 33rd iteration of this exercise designed to enhance U.S. and Japan’s combat readiness and interoperability at the tactical level while strengthening bilateral relationships and demonstrating U.S. resolve to support the security interests of friends and allies in the region. (U.S. Army Photo by Public Affairs Broadcast Journalist Spc. Joshua A. Syberg / Released)
Staff Sergeant Barger of 2-151 Infantry Regiment practices clearing a building during Orient Shield 2018. Since its inception in 1985, Orient Shield has focused on the development and refinement of the Japan Ground Self Defense Force and U.S. Army’s efforts in the areas of bilateral planning, coordination and interoperability. This exercise underscores a continued commitment by the United States and Japan to work as dedicated partners in support of the Japan-U.S. security alliance and for peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Army Photo by Public Affairs Broadcast Journalist Spc. Joshua A. Syberg / Released)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Airmen 1st Class Philip Nelson, a triage medic with the 19th CBRN Enhanced Response Force Package, ropes into a tunnel entrance in order to retrieve a casualty during a live exercise for United Front VIII at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center June 2, 2019.
Soldiers with 2nd Battalion, 150th Field Artillery, Indiana Army National Guard, render a 21-gun salute with M-102 105 mm howitzers during a Memorial Day ceremony held at Crown Hill cemetery in Indianapolis May 26, 2019.
Soldiers of the Indiana National Guard’s 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team yell out to others that they have cleared the route during a training assault for Orient Shield 2018. Orient Shield is an annual, bilateral, tactical field training exercise cohosted by the Japan Ground Self - Defense Force and U.S. Army Pacific Command. This marks the 33rd iteration of this exercise designed to enhance U.S. and Japan’s combat readiness and interoperability at the tactical level while strengthening bilateral relationships and demonstrating U.S. resolve to support the security interests of friends and allies in the region. (U.S. Army Photo by Public Affairs Broadcast Journalist Spc. Joshua A. Syberg / Released)