The Royal Navy, HM Coastguard and Broughty Ferry RNLI took part in a special training exercise on the River Tay.
The exercise was held near Barry Buddon, with the Navy using one of its Wildcat helicopters.
A spokesman for HM Coastguard said: “It was our first time working with the Navy since the national search and rescue contract was taken over by HM Coastguard and Bristow helicopters a few years ago. It’s always good to work with different types of aircraft such as the Wildcat and also good for our crew training in different scenarios, always maintaining a high skill set.”
Broughty Ferry lifeboat coxswain Murray Brown said: “The Navy were on secondment at Leuchars and they got in touch because they had a new winchman they wanted to try some exercises with. We work with helicopters but this was different, so it gave us something else to think about.”