Physiology technicians (PT) and loadmasters from Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. configure a C-130J Hercules for a high altitude training mission, Nov. 16, 2016. The PTs are a part of the 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s High Altitude Airdrop Mission Support (HAAMS). The HAAMS Airmen are specially trained to provide in-flight physiological support to aircrews, special operations forces, high altitude parachutists, and other DoD agencies that perform unpressurized airdrop operations at 20,000 feet mean sea level and above. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Brandon Shapiro)

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Physiology technicians (PT) and loadmasters from Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. configure a C-130J Hercules for a high altitude training mission, Nov. 16, 2016. The PTs are a part of the 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s High Altitude Airdrop Mission Support (HAAMS). The HAAMS Airmen are specially trained to provide in-flight physiological support to aircrews, special operations forces, high altitude parachutists, and other DoD agencies that perform unpressurized airdrop operations at 20,000 feet mean sea level and above. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Brandon Shapiro) Stock Photo
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Physiology technicians (PT) and loadmasters from Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. configure a C-130J Hercules for a high altitude training mission, Nov. 16, 2016. The PTs are a part of the 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron’s High Altitude Airdrop Mission Support (HAAMS). The HAAMS Airmen are specially trained to provide in-flight physiological support to aircrews, special operations forces, high altitude parachutists, and other DoD agencies that perform unpressurized airdrop operations at 20,000 feet mean sea level and above. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Brandon Shapiro)
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