The visor cover has wings that are designed to look like helicopter rotor blades, and the mouth cover has a shield with an A on it, for the first name of the pilot’s wife, green feet to symbolise combat rescue, and the banner says “That Others May Live” Which is the combat rescue slogan.
An AFSOC Combat Rescue Officer (CRO) sits on minibike during Exercise Emerald Warror 2012. Combat Rescue Officers (13DXA) lead and command Pararescuemen on personnel recovery and combat rescue missions.
U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Christopher Goetz, a combat rescue officer with the 83rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, walks from an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter during a training scenario May 5, 2014, at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. During the mission, a vehicle struck a simulated improvised explosive device, and Airmen with the squadron flew aboard Pave Hawks to reach the scene and evacuate mock victims.
Pararescue Jumpers and Combat Rescue Officers from the 920th Rescue Wing react to a simulated IED explosion at the Guardian Center in Perry, Georgia on March 10, 2015. During this scenario, the PJ’s were delivered via HH-60 Pavehawks near the area of the blast, moving in and securing the area while extracting and treating wounded personnel from destroyed and burning vehicles.