This Sunday, WND reporter Geoff Metcalf interviews Jack Brehm, a
member of one of the most elite military groups in the entire U.S. armed
forces. A Pararescue Jumper, or PJ, for over 20 years, Brehm's
little-known unit of the Air Force/Air National Guard performs daring
rescues in both military and civilian settings. The rigorous training of
PJs combines the specialty schools of the Green Berets, SEALs and other
elite units. Brehm's book, "That Others May Live," chronicles his life
as a professional rescuer in the United States military.
"I have interviewed a long list of special warfare types -- Navy
SEALs, Army Special Forces, Marines Force Recon," says Metcalf. "I am a
graduate of a bunch of the Fort Benning and Fort Bragg schools. However,
after reading 'That Others May Live,' I am humbled to recognize that
what these guys in the Pararescue Jumpers, 'PJs,' do is just way, way
over the top," says Metcalf. "These guys really are kind of a cross
between a Jedi Knight and Superman."
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Don't miss Geoff Metcalf's in-depth 'SUNDAY Q&A' interview with
pararescuer Jack Brehm.