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Before the airdrop - static load training

Senior Airman Alexis Docherty, 96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialist, participates in static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. LRAFB routinely provides the ability for our nation to project power, often going where others cannot, to support our military partners, intergovernmental agencies, and allied nations to achieve our national security objectives. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

Senior Airman Alexis Docherty, 96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialist, participates in static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. LRAFB routinely provides the ability for our nation to project power, often going where others cannot, to support our military partners, intergovernmental agencies, and allied nations to achieve our national security objectives. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to place supplies onto a K-loader during static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to place supplies onto a K-loader during static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

Senior Airman Alexis Docherty, 96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialist, participates in static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. LRAFB routinely provides the ability for our nation to project power, often going where others cannot, to support our military partners, intergovernmental agencies, and allied nations to achieve our national security objectives. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

Senior Airman Alexis Docherty, 96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialist, participates in static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. LRAFB routinely provides the ability for our nation to project power, often going where others cannot, to support our military partners, intergovernmental agencies, and allied nations to achieve our national security objectives. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to load supplies onto a C-130J Hercules during static load training on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to load supplies onto a C-130J Hercules during static load training on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to place supplies onto a K-loader during static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists use a fork lift to place supplies onto a K-loader during static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists align a K-loader to the ramp door of a C-130J Hercules aircraft as part of static load training on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. The 96th APS trains to maintain standards for the integral role they play in global and national security. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialists align a K-loader to the ramp door of a C-130J Hercules aircraft as part of static load training on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. The 96th APS trains to maintain standards for the integral role they play in global and national security. The combat airlift and airdrop capabilities we provide for all services gives flexibility and agility to combatant commanders. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)

LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark. -- Senior Airman Alexis Docherty, 96th Aerial Port Squadron air transportation specialist, participates in static load training on a C-130J Hercules on August 4, 2019 at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. 96th APS Airmen train regularly to be prepared for deployment operations where they play a critical role in supplying the fight. LRAFB routinely provides the ability for our nation to project power, often going where others cannot, to support our military partners, intergovernmental agencies, and allied nations to achieve our national security objectives. (U.S. Air Force Reserve photo by Senior Airman Chase Cannon)