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Rodeo 2000

Airman First Class Daniel Zappe a Combat Controler with the Air Force helps judge the wind speed for incoming jumpers durning the opening ceremony of Rodeo 2000, at Pope Air Force Base. Teams from all over the world will be competing in areas including airdrop, aerial refueling, aircraft navigation, special tactics, short field landings, cargo loading, engine running on/offloads, aeromedical evacuations and security forces operations. From May 6 to 13, more than 80 aircraft representing more than 100 teams from 17 countries will bring in about 3,500 competitors, observers, umpires, and support people to Pope AFB, NC. USAF photo by Airman 1st Class D. Myles Cullen. (RELEASED)

PHOTO BY: Airman st Class D. Myles Cullen. RELEASED
VIRIN: 080804-F-5712B-074.JPG
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