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Day: <span>November 21, 2023</span>

The Dunker: Critical Aviation Lifesaving Training | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service flies in small planes over land and often over water for work. Recently, Director Martha Williams took the Water Ditching and Survival (aka “dunker”) training at Chinquapin Park Recreation Center and Aquatics Facility in Alexandria, Virginia, with Noah Matson, Deputy Assistant Director, Migratory Bird Program, and A. Eric Alvarez, Deputy Chief, National Wildlife Refuge System. Nate Olson, Regional Aviation Manager and pilot biologist, from the Anchorage, Alaska, office led the training.

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