021001-N-3228G-005 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Oct. 1, 2002) -- Search and Rescue (SAR) Instructors and students use a winch to lift a fellow SAR swimmer , Operation's Specialist Seaman Chris Elliott, in a Stoke's stretcher to the edge of Richardson Pool. The rescue is a part of refresher training to maintain their qualifications. The Pearl Harbor-based SAR swimmers practice various types of escape and release maneuvers to prepare for rescues involving combative or panicky victims as well as helicopter, forecastle and rigid hull inflatable boat rescues. The swimming instructors, assigned to the A

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021001-N-3228G-005 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Oct. 1, 2002) -- Search and Rescue (SAR) Instructors and students use a winch to lift a fellow SAR swimmer , Operation's Specialist Seaman Chris Elliott, in a Stoke's stretcher to the edge of Richardson Pool. The rescue is a part of refresher training to maintain their qualifications. The Pearl Harbor-based SAR swimmers practice various types of escape and release maneuvers to prepare for rescues involving combative or panicky victims as well as helicopter, forecastle and rigid hull inflatable boat rescues. The swimming instructors, assigned to the Afloat Training Group, Middle Pacific (ATG MIDPAC), provide SAR proficiency training, 2nd class swim testing, and SAR candidate training. U. S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 1st William R. Goodwin. (RELEASED) US Navy 021001-N-3228G-005 Search and Rescue (SAR) Instructors and students use a winch to lift a fellow SAR swimmer