To the Rescue

Wright, Ken; McKenna, Pat
February 2000
Airman;Feb2000, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p17
Recounts the experiences of United States Air Force combat search and rescue team in fighting the Serbian forces in Kosovo on May 2, 1999. Role of Lieutenant Colonel Steve Laushine as mission commander; Obstacles faced by the airmen during the rescue; Lessons learned from the experience.


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