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An HH-60L Black Hawk helicopter, part of Joint Task Force-Bravo’s 1st Aviation Regiment, 228th Battalion, Charlie Company, United States Air Ambulance Detachment-Honduras, sit ready to provide medical evacuation and search and rescue support Sept. 21, 2016, for UNITAS 16, Panama Pacifico, Panama. The 1-228th aircraft were deployed to Panama from Soto Cano Air Base, Republic of Honduras, to provide airlift and MEDEVAC and SAR. UNITAS is an annual exercise that allows the U.S. military to train with Caribbean, Central and South American counterparts, further developing professional understanding in the Western Hemisphere, security cooperation in the region and reassures Caribbean, Central and South American allies and partners of the U.S.’s commitment to peace and security cooperation in the region. (U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Richard Tucker)
160921-A-XX000-004.JPG Photo By: Lt. Col. Richard Tucker

PANAMA PACIFICO, Panama - An HH-60L Black Hawk helicopter, part of Joint Task Force-Bravo’s 1st Aviation Regiment, 228th Battalion, Charlie Company, United States Air Ambulance Detachment-Honduras, sit ready to provide medical evacuation and search and rescue support Sept. 21, 2016, for UNITAS 16, Panama Pacifico, Panama. The 1-228th aircraft were deployed to Panama from Soto Cano Air Base, Republic of Honduras, to provide airlift and MEDEVAC and SAR. UNITAS is an annual exercise that allows the U.S. military to train with Caribbean, Central and South American counterparts, further developing professional understanding in the Western Hemisphere, security cooperation in the region and reassures Caribbean, Central and South American allies and partners of the U.S.’s commitment to peace and security cooperation in the region. (U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Richard Tucker)


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