NAVY RESCUE SWIMMER EMBLEM
Navy SAR Swimmers , the Sailors with courage the size of cannonballs, are known as the elite of the Naval Aviation Enlisted Community.
Navy and Marine Corps Rescue Swimmer candidates attend a four-week Aircrew School followed by the five-week-long Aviation Rescue Swimmer School. After graduating rescue swimmer school, students go to their respective 'A' School, also in Pensacola, FL.
Once Navy rescue swimmers have graduated 'A' School, they will go on to their respective Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS). This syllabus can take from six to twelve months.
The last stop for a Navy Rescue Swimmer is SERE School (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape). Upon graduation from the brutal two-week course, they will go to the fleet as operational Rescue Swimmers.
This VERY impressive Navy Rescue Swimmer WoodArt Plaque measures just over 13" in diameter.
Our Artists selected 7 different fine Hardwoods to create this handsome WoodArt. The Wings, Fins and Fouled Anchor are expertly carved individually to create a 3D effect.
An impressive Naval WoodArt Plaque worthy of it's intended recipients!