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'''Combat search and rescue''' (CSAR) are search and rescue operations that are carried out during war that are within or near combat zones.<ref name="ArmyTech">{{cite web|url = http://www.army-technology.com/glossary/combat-search-and-rescue.html|title = Term: Combat Search and Rescue|accessdate = 2009-06-03|last = SPG Media Limited/Army-Technology.com|year = 2009}}</ref>
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'''Combat search and rescue''' (CSAR) are [[search and rescue]] operations that are carried out during war that are within or near combat zones.<ref name="ArmyTech">{{cite web|url = http://www.army-technology.com/glossary/combat-search-and-rescue.html|title = Term: Combat Search and Rescue|accessdate = 2009-06-03|last = SPG Media Limited/Army-Technology.com|year = 2009}}</ref>
   
 
A CSAR mission may be carried out by a [[task force]] of [[Military helicopter|helicopters]], [[ground-attack aircraft]], [[aerial refueling]] tankers and an airborne [[command post]].<ref>Combat Aircraft (European Edition) (magazine), Ian Allan Publishing, September 2003, page 28</ref> The USAF [[Lockheed HC-130|HC-130]], which was introduced in 1965, has served in the latter two roles.<ref>Combat Aircraft (European Edition) (magazine), Ian Allan Publishing, September 2003, page 29</ref>
 
A CSAR mission may be carried out by a [[task force]] of [[Military helicopter|helicopters]], [[ground-attack aircraft]], [[aerial refueling]] tankers and an airborne [[command post]].<ref>Combat Aircraft (European Edition) (magazine), Ian Allan Publishing, September 2003, page 28</ref> The USAF [[Lockheed HC-130|HC-130]], which was introduced in 1965, has served in the latter two roles.<ref>Combat Aircraft (European Edition) (magazine), Ian Allan Publishing, September 2003, page 29</ref>

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