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Team Dover departs for Mobility Guardian 2021

Airman 1st Class Joshua Grant, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, secures cargo to the ramp of a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, May 16, 2021. The aircraft departed in support of Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. Airmen are tested through a challenging, realistic and detailed scenario based on real-world challenges. More than 1,800 participants will operate 18 mobility aircraft at six locations in Michigan and Wisconsin during the exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Grant, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, secures cargo to the ramp of a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, May 16, 2021. The aircraft departed in support of Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. Airmen are tested through a challenging, realistic and detailed scenario based on real-world challenges. More than 1,800 participants will operate 18 mobility aircraft at six locations in Michigan and Wisconsin during the exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

Team Dover Airmen load cargo into a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departure for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian is Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. Airmen are tested through a challenging, realistic and detailed scenario based on real-world challenges. More than 80 Team Dover Airmen departed in support of the exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

Team Dover Airmen load cargo into a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departure for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian is Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. Airmen are tested through a challenging, realistic and detailed scenario based on real-world challenges. More than 80 Team Dover Airmen departed in support of the exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

A C-5M Super Galaxy is loaded with cargo at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departure for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian is the Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. The exercise, led by Air Mobility Command, aims to accelerate change by developing the force and advancing warfighting capabilities to enhance our ability to project the joint force and ensure strategic deterrence. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

A C-5M Super Galaxy is loaded with cargo at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departure for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian is the Air Mobility Command’s largest and longest training event. The exercise, led by Air Mobility Command, aims to accelerate change by developing the force and advancing warfighting capabilities to enhance our ability to project the joint force and ensure strategic deterrence. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

Airman 1st Class Joshua Grant, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, marshals a K-loader to the ramp of a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, May 16, 2021. The aircraft departed in support of Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, a joint force exercise aimed at integrating 18 mobility aircraft with fighters, bombers, special operations forces and field artillery to conduct all-domain operations against a highly-capable adversary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Grant, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, marshals a K-loader to the ramp of a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, May 16, 2021. The aircraft departed in support of Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, a joint force exercise aimed at integrating 18 mobility aircraft with fighters, bombers, special operations forces and field artillery to conduct all-domain operations against a highly-capable adversary. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

Airman 1st Class Laci Churchill, 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp specialist, secures cargo on a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departing for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian tests mobility Airmen through challenging, realistic and detailed scenarios based on relevant real-world security challenges and future conflicts. The 13-day exercise includes assets from five different major commands as well as the Air and Army National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Laci Churchill, 436th Aerial Port Squadron ramp specialist, secures cargo on a C-5M Super Galaxy at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to departing for Exercise Mobility Guardian 2021, May 16, 2021. Exercise Mobility Guardian tests mobility Airmen through challenging, realistic and detailed scenarios based on relevant real-world security challenges and future conflicts. The 13-day exercise includes assets from five different major commands as well as the Air and Army National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Cydney Lee)

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