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Aircrew from the 29th Weapons Squadron release pallets of 2000 pound water barrels out of a C-130E Hercules over the All-American Drop Zone at Camp Robinson. This semi-annual event is a graduation requirement, in which approximately 55 pallets are dropped for 29th WPS training course students.

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Photo by Airman 1st Class Steele Britton
Volunteer Airmen from Little Rock Air Force Base stack barrels after recovering them at the All-American Drop Zone. The airdrop delivered 55 2,000 pound pallets. Several Airmen from various squadrons of LRAFB volunteered to recover the pallets used in a semi-annual C-130 airdrop by graduating students of the 29th Weapons Squadron.

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Photo by Airman 1st Class Steele Britton
Pallets of 2,000 pound water barrels hit their targets at the All-American Drop Zone at Camp Robinson March 28.

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