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How are brave special operations -- in swing into the most dangerous corners of the world and rescue prisoners.
Well now you can now National Geographic is launching a new six part series called inside combat rescue.
Which follows an elite unit of the air force that para rescue men.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Well joining us now are two of the men featured in the series air force captain Erik Hanson.
And staff sergeant Matthew Blankenship John thanks so much for -- parents -- evidence this looks very cool there's drained off footage from the rescues tell us what para rescuers do.
Save -- -- anytime anywhere with all sorts of equipment.
I think they -- generally like taken they've been taken prisoner behind enemy lines -- what.
Yes specifically we are not the only -- food they do you dean changed specifically do you personal recovery so mess said we trained to pick up.
Any person in any type situation anywhere and so that could include behind I'm -- certain.
For sure are called PGA is which I thought was funny because there's nothing warm and cuddly about -- I was.
Have to do tell us about some of those scenarios sergeant that you Bennett.
I've -- -- scenarios.
You know helicopter crash is seven and Syria's.
You know more than.
Five patients he -- it like a mass casualties so.
Outside -- you know more than what I had on my team no more patients.
And serious where I have to use other tools to get into.
You know vehicles to remove.
Patients you know a lot of a lot of equipment they'll see that firefighters use like -- life.
Crash -- is lift bags.
Enough fire suppression -- -- you know putting out fires on a regular basis.
And talents captain Hanson have -- -- same deal in the -- he said emissions is lied to include never seeing on our guys is combat -- so.
You know if so if if the soldier Marines give -- if Mallory and -- they'd be -- -- or something on the ocean we're gonna go get that.
And every library as that -- -- -- on jumpers.
And tiger has said -- -- -- whenever he specialties.
We do education confined space flat structure swift water -- -- -- -- -- what I -- -- desert and -- to.
To get out there today and get anybody -- there you do it.
All and very quickly you guys are famous in special operations guys are famously private.
You don't like to be in the limelight how they can -- -- do this.
Well it came it came down -- -- we were doing that we reviewed it when he said we pride ourselves on being sound professionals we were on a huge candidate when the first happened but.
-- guys that National Geographic -- with thirteen -- extremely professional and you -- -- your relations with them.
Well it's great it's great for us the general public to be able to see the stuff that you do it for you guys to get the credits inside combat rescue tune into Nat geo it to be premiering Monday night February -- thanks so much else.
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