Moody Air Force Base hosted the world-premiere screening of Inside Combat Rescue earlier this month. We took our cameras along to capture the crowd’s reactions to watching the airmen of Moody’s very own 23d Wing featured in the first-of-its-kind series.

What did you think of the premiere of Inside Combat Rescue? If you missed it this week, catch the encore tonight at 8P and be sure to tune in next week to an all new episode.

Inside Combat Rescue premieres Mondays at 10P. 

Comments

  1. Netty
    California, MD
    February 20, 2013, 10:29 pm

    Thank you for finally reconizing the Jolly Greens (a.k.a Pedros). It has been a long time coming. Please also reconize the select few females and the roles they play in combat search and rescue operations – they are silent and unseen heros.

    “These Things We Do, That Others May Live,”
    Former SSgt Annette M. Nellis, USAF
    HH-60G, Flight Engineer
    Moody, AFB, GA

  2. Denise
    Beavercreek ohio
    February 21, 2013, 9:36 am

    This is a fantastic show. What hero’s you are. Thank you for your bravery and service.

  3. Bob
    Orlando, Florida
    February 21, 2013, 5:28 pm

    In the first episode “Visions of War” there was a Green Beret Medic saved by the PJs after he ran over an IED. He lost his leg and his arm. He was fitted with a prosthetic arm and leg at Walter Reed. He re-enlisted in the Army and rejoined his unit last month. Just wanted everyone to know how great a job they did. Congratulations on the fine work.

  4. LVSteveo1
    Las Vegss NV
    February 24, 2013, 2:13 pm

    G-d bless the men & women of the AF AR operations!

  5. Lori Cox
    Myrtle Beach, SC
    February 24, 2013, 5:54 pm

    Thanks National Geographic for making this show. The Coast Guard was getting all the glory over on the Weather Channel.
    Hey, don’t forget the maintenance guys who work hard to keep those helicopters flying. They are heroes, too.

    Lori Cox, MSgt, USAF (ret)

  6. chris
    nashville,ga
    February 25, 2013, 10:46 pm

    The true hero’s i’m thankful for the men an women in uniform

  7. James
    Cleveland,Tn.
    February 25, 2013, 11:13 pm

    As a former marine and the son of a jolly green thanks for bringing memories back to my father. Tonights episode brought it all back to him. Now I understand. That Others May Live. Semper Fi flyboys

  8. Michael
    Glendale, Arizona
    February 26, 2013, 10:43 am

    My son saw the show and now has a slight glimpse of my youth as a former PJ.

  9. Beezel
    Bagram AB
    February 26, 2013, 7:07 pm

    I sleep well knowing I can rely on them anytime.

  10. B.A. Black
    Tucson, AZ
    March 23, 2013, 9:55 pm

    The Term “Pedro” was begun long before the HH-3/HH-53s of SEA. The HH-43 was the first to use the call sign Pedro and as such was called Pedro (much like the Bell UH-1 Iroquois is called a Huey). Us old timers remember when every base had a HH-43 hooked up to a Fire Bottle. The counter rotating rotors (no tail rotor to worry about) and the clam shell rear doors made it a great rescue platform.