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CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

Instructors from the 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

CDDAR's BestCDDAR's Best
CDDAR's Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

CDDAR BestCDDAR Best
CDDAR Best

The 362nd Training Squadron, Crash Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team, used 26-ton airbag modules and associated equipment to completely lift a KC-130 Stratotanker July 29, 2014. Students work as a team to lift the aircraft off the ground a minimum of 8 inches, which can be applied to any aircraft that has skidded off the runway or is stuck in the mud, snow or any other terrain. (U.S. Air Force photo/Danny Webb/RELEASED)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

Flying in formationFlying in formation
Flying in formation

Pilots from the 80th Flying Training Wing, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, fly in formation in T-38 Talon aircrafts during training July 24, 2013. The Talon is a two-seat, twin-engine supersonic jet trainer used to train pilots in the international Euro-NATO Joint Pilot Training Program. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 7/24/2014

Pilot Training Pilot Training
Pilot Training

Pilots from the 80th Flying Training Wing, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, practice touch and go maneuvers in a T-38 Talon aircraft during training July 24, 2013. The Talon is a two-seat, twin-engine supersonic jet trainer used to train pilots in the international Euro-NATO Joint Pilot Training Program. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 7/24/2014

Aiming HighAiming High
Aiming High

An air crew from ENJJPT, 80TH Flying Training Wing, practice maneuvers during pilot training in T-38 Talon aircraft on July 22, 2014 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Pilots practice take offs, landing, touch and goes and tactical formation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Danny Webb/Released)
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Posted: 7/24/2014

RestorationRestoration
Restoration

Tech. Sgt. Michael Barreras, 362nd Training Squadron instructor, volunteers his time to restore a T-38 Talon at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, July 19, 2014. Once completed, the T-38 will be on display next to a 98-year-old Jenny biplane inside the newly renovated Wichita Falls Municipal Airport, embodying the partnership shared by Sheppard and the local community. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Robert L. McIlrath)
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Posted: 7/23/2014

Navy Pole Top RescueNavy Pole Top Rescue
Navy Pole Top Rescue

Navy Seaman Lissett Hernandez Construction man student, 366Th Training Squadron, practices climbing the utility pole during the pole-top rescue course July 15, 2014 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The Navy Seabee Construction Electrician “A” school held pole climbing qualifications, which simulates a climber who has been injured and the students need to provide assistance in retrieving them from the top of the pole. (U.S. Air Force photo by Danny Webb/ Released)
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Posted: 7/17/2014

Navy Pole Top RescueNavy Pole Top Rescue
Navy Pole Top Rescue

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Guerreiro, Navy Unique Block 7/CMCT Instructor, 366th Training Squadron, were performing pole top rescue procedures for the Navy Seabee Construction Electrician “A” school initial pole climbing qualification July 15, 2014 at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The pole top rescue climbing qualification simulates a climber who has been injured and the students need to provide assistance in retrieving them from the top of the pole. (U.S. Air Force photo by Danny Webb/ Released)
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Posted: 7/17/2014

    

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