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375th AES plays vital support role for Air Force

Contractors worked with the 375th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron to help move a C-130 fuselage trainer, or FuT, which is a platform where aeromedical evacuation crews can perform 100 percent of readiness skills. It is an innovative, cost effective, improved training platform for total force AE and ground support personnel in terms of aircraft configuration familiarization and realistic, high-fidelity task training and mission simulation. (Photos by Senior Airman Tristin English).

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Tristin English
VIRIN: 170213-F-OH119-324.JPG
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