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It takes some pretty specialized training to become a pararescue jumper. For the United States Air Force (USAF), training potential grads is a lengthy and

expensive process.

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In 2009, each PJ trainee spent 21 months in training, focused on airborne skills, combat diving, underwater egress, and paramedic and apprenticeship programs.

When you factor in all the flight time and specialized equipment, the price tag checked in at $250K per grad. So the USAF began looking into ways to increase traini

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