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Members of the 81st Computer Science Corporation, a civilian contractor with the 81st Training Wing, check for serial numbers on the gas mask for Tech. Sgt. Joel Wilson, 41st Aerial Port Squadron air transportation craftsman. 403rd Wing members processed through the simulated passenger terminal during the pre-deployment portion of the Readiness Assistance Visit 2 held during the July unit training assembly. 81st CSC members took inventory of the training gear issued to 403rd WG members and ensured their mobility folders had accurate documentation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Ryan Labadens)
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Posted: 7/10/2011

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Ready to Load

KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE, Miss.--Senior Airman Zachary Zieman (left) and Staff Sgt. Dana Kelley, 815th Airlift Squadron loadmasters, hook up a chain to the back of a M35 2.5 ton cargo truck, also known as a "deuce-and-a-half." During the 403rd Wing's August Unit Training Assembly, Citizen Airmen of the 815th AS and the 41st Aerial Port Squadron practiced loading and offloading the truck onto one of the squadron's C-130J-30 aircraft. The C-130J-30 is a "stretched" version of the J-model with 15 additional feet in length allowing crews to load more cargo than legacy C-130s. Rather than backing the vehicle onto the plane, they used the truck to simulate heavy, stationary cargo that needed to be on-loaded using a system of chains, hooks and pulleys. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Tech. Sgt. Ryan Labadens)
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Posted: 8/3/2008

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SFMR Ready for 2007

The Stepped-Frequency Microwave Radiometer is a state-of-the-art instrument designed to continuously and accurately measure the winds at the ocean's surface directly below the aircraft. As the plane flies through a storm, the SFMR senses microwave radiation naturally emitted from foam created on the sea by winds at the surface. Computers then determine wind speeds based on the levels of microwave radiation detected. The SFMR can also determine rainfall rates within a storm system. This, in addition to wind speeds at flight level, provide structural detail of the storm. (Photo Courtesy of Lockheed Martin)
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Posted: 5/10/2007

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Fire Team Training

A fire truck arrives on the scene ready for action during upgrade training for 403rd CES firefighters.
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Posted: 2/9/2006


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