25th CAB Soldiers Participate in Underwater Egress Training

A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier jumps into the pool during Underwater Egress Training. Soldiers attending the training faced scenarios that could potentially happen during training flights or actual missions while flying over water.
A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier jumps into the pool during Underwater Egress Training. Soldiers attending the training faced scenarios that could potentially happen during training flights or actual missions while flying over water.

A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier jumps into the pool during Underwater Egress Training. Soldiers attending the training faced scenarios that could potentially happen during training flights or actual missions while flying over water.

A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier swims to the bank of the pool during Underwater Egress Training. The soldiers exited the UET under conditions that simulated real-world occurrences to prepare them for potential survival situations.
A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier swims to the bank of the pool during Underwater Egress Training. The soldiers exited the UET under conditions that simulated real-world occurrences to prepare them for potential survival situations.

A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier exits the Underwater Egress Trainer at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, wearing goggles with lens that have been painted. The goggles simulate darkness during a ditching emergency which require the soldiers to rely on there training.

A 25th Combat Aviation Brigade soldier jumps into the pool during Underwater Egress Training. Soldiers attending the training faced scenarios that could potentially happen during training flights or actual missions while flying over water.

A soldier assigned to the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, stands in the staging area during Underwater Egress Training at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe Bay awaiting instruction.

The Underwater Egress Trainer (UET) is suspended over the training pool prior to being re-submerged. The training provides aircrew members and passengers with the knowledge and skills needed to react to an aircraft ditching emergency in water.

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