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129th helps another firefighter in need

Tech. Sgt. Michael Bendle (left) and Staff Sgt. Seth Zweben (right), pararescuemen from the 131st Rescue Squadron, prepare to transfer a firefighter off of the 129th Rescue Wing-based HH-60G Pave Hawk to an awaiting ambulance at the Chico Municiple Airport, Calif., Aug. 4. The firefighter was working in the Feather River Complex near French Bear, Calif., when he suffered a heat stroke. The 129th Rescue Wing aircrew and pararescuemen hovered over steep terrain and hoisted the firefighter up in to the Pave Hawk. The total number of people saved by the 129th RQW is 561. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brock Woodward)

Tech. Sgt. Michael Bendle (left) and Staff Sgt. Seth Zweben (right), pararescuemen from the 131st Rescue Squadron, prepare to transfer a firefighter off of the 129th Rescue Wing-based HH-60G Pave Hawk to an awaiting ambulance at the Chico Municiple Airport, Calif., Aug. 4. The firefighter was working in the Feather River Complex near French Bear, Calif., when he suffered a heat stroke. The 129th Rescue Wing aircrew and pararescuemen hovered over steep terrain and hoisted the firefighter up in to the Pave Hawk. The total number of people saved by the 129th RQW is 561. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brock Woodward)