Airman overboard
The Danish police cutter Sisak IV from Sisimiut, Greenland, hosted an “open ship” here Aug 7


By Air Force Space Command News Service
Posted Tuesday, August 16, 2005

  
Airman overboard
THULE AB, Greenland – Gerald Gromko, Jr., 821st Support Squadron, jumps off a Danish police cutter as Master Sgt. Leanne Ray, 821st Support Squadron, is pulled aboard the ship by crane. The team dove into the Arctic Ocean to demonstrate use of Zodiak water survival suits during an “open ship” event here Aug. 7. The estimated water temperature was 30 degrees. (Photo courtesy 821st Air Base Group Public Affairs)


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THULE AB, Greenland – The Danish police cutter Sisak IV from Sisimiut, Greenland, hosted an “open ship” here Aug 7. Demonstrations of Zodiak water survival suits and the line gun were performed during the event.


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