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Joint PJs train for the worst

Japan Self-Defense Forces Senior Master Sgt. Takahisa Azuma a pararescue helps out rest of his team extracting a simulated victim out of a vehicle Dec. 3. The extraction training was part of Keen Sword to bring together United States Air Force and Japan Self-Defense Forces pararescue men to train and share techniques on vehicle extraction. Scheduled for December 3-10, Keen Sword 2011 is the tenth joint-bilateral field training exercise since 1986 involving Japan Self-Defense Forces and United States military forces and will cap the 50th anniversary of the Japan-U.S. alliance as an "alliance of equals".(U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jonathan Steffen)

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