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Images: US Bombs Afghanistan With Food


Members of the 37 Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base Germany, and members of 5th Quarter Master Company, Rhine Ordinance Barracks, Germany, unpack and repack humanitarian daily rations into tri-wall aerial delivery systems (TRIADS) 07Oct01, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class Heather Zokal. (RELEASED)


Still image of a 3D video animation showing a humanitarian airdrop. The containers were placed on board a C-17 Globe Master III and airdropped Oct. 7 over eastern Afghanistan as part of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. The C 17 nose raises approximately 7 degrees prior to opening cargo doors. This animation simulation was created with Lightwave software to brief Air Force and DoD commanders and was also released to the media to demonstrate the operation. Video animation photo by SrA Erich Fink. (Cleared)


Close-up still image of a 3D video animation showing a humanitarian airdrop. The containers were placed on board a C-17 Globe Master III and airdropped Oct. 7 over eastern Afghanistan as part of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM. This animation simulation was created with Lightwave software to brief Air Force and DoD commanders and was also released to the media to demonstrate the operation. Video animation photo by SrA Erich Fink. (Cleared)


C-17 Globemaster lands at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, after humanitarian airdrops in Afganistan, Oct. 8, 2001. (Released) USAF Photo by SSgt Edward Holzapfel

All images from DOD website…. http://www.defenselink.mil/multimedia/

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