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A C-145A Skytruck lifts off from the runway at Duke Field, Fla.  The 919th Special Operations Wing is the only wing in the Air Force that flies and maintains the Skytruck.  They are primarily used for new aircrew qualifications and flight proficiency missions.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King) Wheels up

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A parachuted bundle soars out of the back of a C-145 Skytruck during an airdrop mission over the Eglin Air Force Base range.  New and prior-qualified loadmasters release sandbags and 300-pound boxes from the 919th Special Operations Wing aircraft to as part of their initial airdrop or proficiency training.  The 919th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron’s Airmen are responsible for packing, securing and recovering the equipment and parachutes.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Sam King)  Gone chuting from C-145 Skytruck
A parachuted bundle sweeps out of the back of a C-145 Skytruck during an airdrop mission over the Eglin Air Force Base range. New and prior-qualified loadmasters dropped training bundles from the 919th Special Operations Wing aircraft to as part of their initial airdrop or proficiency training.
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