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Japan Air Self-Defense Airmen await the greenlight to airdrop two bundles during Operation Christmas Drop 2018

Japan Air Self-Defense Airmen await the greenlight to airdrop two bundles during Operation Christmas Drop 2018

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam (Dec. 12, 2018) - Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Koku Jietai) Tech. Sgt. Masaaki Hayakawa, right, and Master Sgt. Toshinori Konishi, left, both 1st Tactical Airlift Wing, 401st Squadron C-130 Hercules loadmasters out of Komaki Air Base, Japan, await the greenlight to airdrop two Low-Cost, Low-Altitude bundles to the atoll of Pingelap, Federated States of Micronesia during Operation Christmas Drop 2018, Dec. 12, 2018. OCD is a trilateral training mission designed to give C-130 crews from the U.S. Air Force, JASDF, and Royal Australian Air Force a chance to airdrop supplies on unsurveyed drop zones throughout the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Matthew Gilmore) 181212-F-GA541-0225

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Photo taken on 19 December 2018 (© #PACOM / Flickr)

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