Actively Involved in Supporting
Warfighters and Families

Who We Serve

United States Air Force Combat Rescue forces are deployed world-wide, putting their lives at risk to rescue and save others.  When not deployed, they are constantly training to ensure they are ready for stressful combat and hazardous environments. 

Since September 11, 2001, USAF Combat Rescue forces have maintained a rigorous deployment schedule supporting missions in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Africa. In addition to deployed operations, these same forces must continue their rigorous training and exercise support to maintain and hone their skills for combat operations and train new warriors to prepare them for combat operations. The continuous deployment rate combined with a demanding training schedule continues to be a challenge for airmen at every level.  Despite the continued stress of combat operations and demanding training missions, our Rescue warriors continue to save lives and exceed expectations at every turn.

TOMLF Warfighter Support provides funds for Rescue unit family day outings intended to build unit camaraderie and mission focus. TOMLF also sponsors the annual Air Rescue Ball and Rescue Squadron of the Year Award, intended to recognize our warfighters, provide a sense of community and support, and celebrate the rescue community mission heritage and accomplishments.               

TOMLF Warfighter Support Program focuses on 3 key efforts directly impacting USAF Combat Search and Rescue mission effectiveness

  1. Direct support to deployed personnel
  2. Financial assistance to members and families experiencing hardship
  3. Squadron morale support

Pararescuemen in full gear with rifles, lined up in a row and kneeling on one knee as a helicopter takes off in the background - That Others May Live Foundation

You Can Help

Your gift of support ensures that USAF Rescue Warriors, Veterans, and families get the help they need.  Learn more about our other programs.  

Mali Jones Graduation - That Others May Live Foundation


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Pedro Squadron supported by That Others May Live Foundation


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Visible & Invisible Wounds

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Immediate Tragedy Assistance 

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