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Major accident simulation tests 910th readiness

Airmen from the 910th Maintenance Squadron assemble a dunnage system under the wing of a C-130 Hercules aircraft during a Major Accident Readiness Exercise here, April 23, 2014. The dunnage system supports large airbags that can be inflated to lift the aircraft. The Airmen were part of the Crash, Damaged, Disabled, Aircraft Recovery (CDDAR) team. In the exercise scenario, the C-130 aircraft’s landing gear collapsed while landing on the assault strip. Debris from the aircraft hit a private aircraft taxiing nearby. Base emergency response personnel tested their response capability while Wing Inspection Team (WIT) members observed. U.S. Air Force photo/Eric M. White.

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