Specialty Summary:  Develops, conducts, and manages Air Force survival, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE) programs.  Develops, conducts, manages, and evaluates SERE Code of Conduct training (CoCT), Code of Conduct Continuation training (CoCCT), and combat search and rescue (CSAR) and personnel recovery (PR) operations.  Conducts operational testing on and instructs the use of SERE related equipment.  Performs and instructs basic, advanced, and emergency military parachuting.  Coordinates SERE activities and conducts observer and controller duties during CSAR/PR exercises.  

Specialty Summary.  Performs, plans, leads, supervises, instructs, and evaluates pararescue activities.  Performs as the essential surface, air link in Personnel Recovery (PR) and materiel recovery by functioning as the rescue and recovery specialist on flying status as mission crew or as surface elements.  Provides rapid response capability and operates in the six geographic disciplines: mountain, desert, arctic, urban, jungle and water, day or night, to include friendly, denied, hostile, or sensitive areas.  Provides assistance in and performs survival, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE).  Provides emergency trauma and field medical care, and security.  Moves recovered personnel and materiel to safety or friendly control when recovery by aircraft is not possible.  Related DoD Occupational Subgroup:  105000.

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