Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
RMJF3RP2Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard
RMR6MN2TMaster Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard
Staff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
RMJF3RP5Staff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
Staff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard
RMR6MN2YStaff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard
Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, rides with a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member to drop off his parachute gear after a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The mission allowed 12 service members to parachute out of a C-130 Hercules from an altitude of 1000 feet into Lake Worth using MC-6 parachutes. (Texas Air National Guard
RMR6MN2MMaster Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, rides with a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member to drop off his parachute gear after a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The mission allowed 12 service members to parachute out of a C-130 Hercules from an altitude of 1000 feet into Lake Worth using MC-6 parachutes. (Texas Air National Guard
Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
RMMRA1FDMaster Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, practices safety procedures for exiting an aircraft prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
Staff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas,  May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
RMMRA1FMStaff Sgt. Curtis Humphreys, with the assistance of Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weathermen, adjusts his parachute gear prior to a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Forth Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The jump was part of an exercise to train on tactical skills when operating in hostile and denied territories.(Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, rides with a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member to drop off his parachute gear after a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The mission allowed 12 service members to parachute out of a C-130 Hercules from an altitude of 1000 feet into Lake Worth using MC-6 parachutes. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)
RMMRA1F9Master Sgt. James Henderson, 181st Weather Flight special operations weatherman, rides with a U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member to drop off his parachute gear after a deliberate water drop into Lake Worth in Fort Worth, Texas, May 20, 2017. The mission allowed 12 service members to parachute out of a C-130 Hercules from an altitude of 1000 feet into Lake Worth using MC-6 parachutes. (Texas Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Kristina Overton)