RQWRescue Wing (USAF)
RQWReal Quality Wrestling (UK)
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The 102nd RQS, which is part of the 106th Rescue Wing (RQW), currently operates a legacy fleet of HC-130P/N variant Combat King I aircraft, which will be replaced by four new HC-130Js.
"The specific capability of the 920th RQW's Guardian Angel Airmen, combined with its air refueling and extended-range airpowcr make it uniquely able to accomplish the mission where few others in the world can."
The 347 RQW Safety Office validated the hazard and Sergeant Sampson helped establish interim control measures until a safer permanent modification could be implemented.
The critical concept of the RQW arises in two other instances in Title VII litigation--evaluation of allegations of disparate impact and determination of whether past discrimination has been remedied (requiring that a Title VII-based preference be terminated).
Like others in the US Air Force Rescue community, the 129th RQW lives by the motto, "These Things We Do, That Others May Live," which reflects its mission of supporting combat search and rescue anywhere in the world.
The 45th SW airfield management office ensured funding was available from the 920th RQW, secured design approval from Air Force Space Command and determined the proper placement for the landing pads.
"That others may live," is the last line of the oath all pararescuemen take at the end of their training, but the words are taken to heart by all members of the 920th RQW. This unit is unique in the Air Force as it is made up of more than 1,500 Reservists.
(Wyant is assigned to the 920th RQW public affairs office at Patrick AFB.)
This innovative tracking system has spread throughout the 920th RQW and its geographically separated unit, the 943rd Rescue Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.
"This is an easier and faster way for the Reservists to get technical data," said Rebecca Mitchell of the 920th RQW Technical Order Distribution Office.