Low-cost, low-altitude drop training

Air Force Reserve pilots assigned to the 327th Airlift Squadron, Maj. Jason FURCRON and Maj. Paul Campbell, prepare for take-off for a low-cost, low-altitude drop certification training flight March 3, 2019, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas. A C-130 low-cost, low altitude combat airdrop is accomplished by dropping bundles weighing 80 to 500 pounds, with pre-packed expendable parachutes, in groups of up to four per pass. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Nathan Byrnes
VIRIN: 190302-F-ZP902-0011.JPG
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