During an engine-running offload, a litter-carry team moves a simulated critically ill patient out of a C-130J Super Hercules to a waiting ambulance bus during 349th Air Mobility Wing Air Force Specialty Code training June 6, 2015, at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. In preparation for the training, the 349th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron transformed the four-engine tactical transport into a flying hospital. In turn, the CCATT teams from the 60th Surgical Operations Squadron and the 349th Aeromedical Staging Squadron established onboard what was essentially a portable intensive care unit dedicated to one very ill, simulated, "patient." The C-130 was from the California Air National Guard's 146th Airlift Wing, Channel Islands Air National Guard Station, California. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lt. Col. Robert Couse-Baker/Released)
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