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C-130 travels San Antonio highways

A retired C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft was partially disassembled and transported across major highways in San Antonio from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland to the Medical Readiness Training Center at JBSA-Camp Bullis Sunday. At the MRTC, 937th Training Group, headquartered at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, instructors will eventually train about 1,300 military students each year who are participating in the aeromedical evacuation and patient staging course. The 502nd Trainer Development Squadron members at JBSA-Randolph were responsible for the aircraft's four-hour move and will also accomplish the simulation project inside the aircraft that will simulate sights, sounds and smells of a medic's combat environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dan Solis)

PHOTO BY: Dan Solis
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