Polish armed forces contribute to first-ever training event for United States Air Force

A C-130J Super Hercules prepares for takeoff during the first-ever Joint Precision Air Drop System (JPADS) delivery in the U.S. European Command region during the bilateral theater security cooperation event, Aviation Detachment Rotation Oct. 23, 2013. Several other training events during the two-week period took place, to include take-offs and landings on unimproved runways and air drops of equipment and supplies. Additionally, the combined units practiced air drops of equipment, supplies, and personnel which included both U.S. Army and Polish Land Force paratroopers. (Courtesy photo by Bartosz Bera)

PHOTO BY: Bartosz Bera
VIRIN: 131023-F-IQ718-483.JPG
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