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Cooperation yields training for Airmen, help for those in need

Master Sgt. Timothy Franken, a 76th Aerial Port Squadron rigger, guides a forklift to the rear of a trailer to unload medical equipment and supplies. 76APS Airmen, known as the Port Dawgs, received shipments of the humanitarian cargo from Cleveland-based nonprofit MedWish International, organized it, weighed it and packed it onto 14 pallets. A KC-10 Extender tanker and cargo aircraft picked up the cargo Feb. 25 for delivery to Honduras via the Denton Program after inclement weather postponed the Feb. 19 mission. U.S. Air Force photo/Eric M. White

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