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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile CourseExpeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course
Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course set up lights and electricity needed for mission readiness during the tent build up portion of training, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Kirk Winger, 86th Aerospace Medicine public health flight commander, connects a power cord for the lights inside of tents during the tent build up portion of the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course pull a tarp over a tent during the tent build up portion of training, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force Staff. Sgt. Richard Jacobson, School of Aerospace Medicine instructor and public health technician, from Brooks City-Base, Texas, demonstrates the proper way to tie down tarps siding for a tent structure during the tent build up portion of the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course raise a tent structure after assembling during the tent build up portion of EMEDS, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course drive tent pegs into the ground to keep frames stabilized during the tent build up portion of EMEDS, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course spread out tent tarp over frames during the tent build up portion of EMEDS, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

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Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course

U.S. Air Force medical members participating in the Expeditionary Medical Support (EMEDS) Mobile Course spread out tent tarp over frames during the tent build up portion of EMEDS, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 15, 2010. The EMEDS course teaches and evaluates corps specific field situations as well as offers updates in Air Force Medical Service concept of operations and doctrine. It also teaches setup and packing out of a field EMEDS compound, deployed operations, field medical, nursing and operational support equipment proficiency, field exercises to both emphasize and evaluate learning of concepts taught. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Pierce)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

A Place For Our FutureA Place For Our Future
A Place For Our Future

Dorothy Choate, (Center) 86th Airlift Wing Services Squadron, family member program flight chief, poses for a photo with members and volunteers of the Teen Center, Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 4, 2010. The Teen Center is one of many school age programs ran by Ms. Choate which provids a safe and enjoyable environment to empower and encourage teens. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Perry)
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Posted: 3/17/2010

Q & AQ & A
Q & A

The Legends of Aerospace, to include the famous Neal Armstrong, address students at the Kisling Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Kapuan Air Station, Germany, March 5, 2010. The historical visit to the academy was the first stop in an eight-day tour throughout Europe and forward deployed locations, to answer questions and talk to troops. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brea Miller)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

Q & AQ & A
Q & A

The Legends of Aerospace, to include the famous Neal Armstrong, address students at the Kisling Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Kapuan Air Station, Germany, March 5, 2010. The historical visit to the academy was the first stop in an eight-day tour throughout Europe and forward deployed locations, to answer questions and talk to troops. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brea Miller)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

Q & AQ & A
Q & A

The Legends of Aerospace, to include the famous Neal Armstrong, address students at the Kisling Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Kapuan Air Station, Germany, March 5, 2010. The historical visit to the academy was the first stop in an eight-day tour throughout Europe and forward deployed locations, to answer questions and talk to troops. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brea Miller)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

A Star on th Rise!A Star on th Rise!
A Star on th Rise!

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Phifer, 86th Airlift Wing Munitions Squadron, poses for a photo on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, March 5, 2010. Sergeant Phifer, originally from Spokane, Wash., was selected for the world-renowned Tops in Blues team for 2010. After completing a training regimen at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Sergeant Phifer along with his saxophone and 30 other selected U.S. Air Force members will hit the road in May for a 10-month tour including more than 120 shows in 20 countries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Brittany Perry)
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Posted: 3/16/2010

Jump! Jump!
Jump!

U.S. and French paratroopers exit a U.S. Air Force C-130J under U.S. military parachutes in a multi nation jump, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Posted: 3/6/2010

Under the same CanopyUnder the same Canopy
Under the same Canopy

French and U.S. paratroopers land at the drop zone of a combined nation jump on March 2, 2010. The French used U.S. used U.S. equipment durring this jump. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Posted: 3/6/2010

On the way down On the way down
On the way down

A French paratrooper decends to the ground under the canopy of a U.S. parachute during a multi nation jump with French and U.S. military, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Comming Down Comming Down
Comming Down

A U.S. military paratrooper descends to the ground under the canopy of a U.S. parachute during a multi nation jump with French and U.S. military, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Drop Zone Drop Zone
Drop Zone

U.S. and French paratroopers land at the drop zone of a multi nation jump using U.S. military parachutes, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Coming Down Coming Down
Coming Down

A U.S. military paratrooper descends to the ground under the canopy of a U.S. parachute during a multi nation jump with French and U.S. military, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Coming Down Coming Down
Coming Down

U.S. and French paratroopers descend to the ground during a multi nation jump using U.S. military parachutes, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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In The Zone In The Zone
In The Zone

Measuments are taken at the drop zone of an international jump with U.S. and French paratroopers, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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To the Rescue To the Rescue
To the Rescue

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ronald Booth makes his way to the drop zone of a multinational jump to perform communication equipment maintenance. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Can You Hear Me Now? Can You Hear Me Now?
Can You Hear Me Now?

U.S. Army Chief Warrent Officer Pharel Petifrere attempt to establish communications with the U.S. Air Force C-130J from the drop zone of a multinational jump with U.S. and French paratroopers on March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now?
Can you hear me now?

U.S. military communications equipment stands at the ready for use at a drop zone of a multi nation jump with U.S. and French paratroopers. The equipment is used from the ground to establish contact with the aircraft during the jump to update on weather and drop zone conditions. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Feet on the Ground Feet on the Ground
Feet on the Ground

U.S. Air Force Tech . Sgt. Jason Shaffer, removes his gear on the drop zone of a multi nation jump, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Both feet on the Ground Both feet on the Ground
Both feet on the Ground

U.S. Air Force Tech . Sgt. Jason Shaffer, removes his gear on the drop zone of a multi nation jump, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Comms Comms
Comms

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ronald Booth repairs communication equipment on the drop zone of a multinational jump between French and U.S. paratroopers, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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The Air Up There The Air Up There
The Air Up There

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ronnie Wright, an independent duty medical technician, with the 435th Security Forces takes a wind speed reading at the drop zone of a multinational jump with French and U.S. paratroopers, March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Setting Up Setting Up
Setting Up

U.S. Army Chief Warrent Officer Pharel Petifrere and U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ronnie Wright establish communications and document weather conditions on the drop zone of a multinational jump with U.S. and French paratroopers on March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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In the Zone In the Zone
In the Zone

U.S. Army Chief Warrent Officer Pharel Petifrere establishes communications and documents weather conditions on the drop zone of a mutinational jump with U.S. and French paratroopers on March 2, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Pin On Pin On
Pin On

After a week of training and jumping together, U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jason Shaffer presents U.S. military jump wings to French Airborne Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte during a formal ceremony concluding the week, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Pin On Pin On
Pin On

After a week of training and jumping together, Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte presents U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Jason Shaffer French jump wings during a formal ceremony concluding the week, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Pin On Pin On
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After a week of training and jumping together, Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte presents U.S. military members with French jump wings during a formal ceremony concluding the week, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Gear UpGear Up
Gear Up

U.S. Air Force Captain Walter Gray,checks his equipment while donning a French parachute before a multinational jump with French paratroopers , March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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WingsWings
Wings

French military jump wings await presentation by French paratroopers to U.S. military members after a week of training and jumping together. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Pack It UpPack It Up
Pack It Up

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Derrick Drennan collects his French military parachute after a multinational jump, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Jump, Set, Hike Jump, Set, Hike
Jump, Set, Hike

Moments after their jump from a French military aircraft under the canopies of French military parachutes U.S. military members demonstrate a American football play while wearing French paratrooper helmets in celebration of their last jump with their French counterparts, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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Pack it UpPack it Up
Pack it Up

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Randal Komaki and Staff Sgt. Ronald Booth gather gear and prepare it for turn in after a multinational jump with the French paratroopers under French parachutes, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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French Airborne Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte, demonstrates to U.S. Army Specialist Luisa Krogh how to adjust the French parachute she is going to be jumping with, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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French Airborne Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte inspects a French military parachute worn by U.S. Army Specialist Ryan Goole just before a multinational jump with U.S. and French military members, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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U.S. Air Force Captain Walter Gray, Staff Sgt. Ronald Booth, and Tech. Sgt. Randal Komaki, check on each other?s equipment while donning French parachutes before a multinational jump with French paratroopers , March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Tyron Morgan, inspects a French military parachute before putting in on in preparation of a multinational jump with French and U.S. military, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel, KevinTherrien, inspects a French military parachute before putting in on in preparation of a multinational jump with French and U.S. military, March 4, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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A French airborne instructor stands amoung training static line parachute hook-ups at a training facility, March 3, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the ?cole des troupes a?roport?es (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the d?partement of Pyr?n?es-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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U.S. paratroops train under French military freefall instructors on how to use the French jump equipment before a combined jump between the two nations, March 3, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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French Airborne Academy instructor Master Sgt. Stephane Paternotte, demonstrates to members of the U.S. military how to use French paratrooper equipment before a combined jump, March 3, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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French Airborne Academy instructors conduct training with members of the U.S. military on how to use French paratrooper equipment before a combined jump, March 3, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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A U.S. Army soldier receives training from a French Airborne Academy instructor on how to use the French parachute before a combined jump with U.S. and French paratroopers, March 3, 2010. Members of the 435th Contingency Response Group and the 5th Quartermaster Company joined with their French military counterparts for a week of training at the École des troupes aéroportées (ETAP), or School of Airborne Troops, a military school dedicated to training the military paratroopers of the French army, located in the town of Pau, in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques , France. The ETAP is responsible for training paratroopers, and for international cooperation and promotion of paratroop culture. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Jocelyn Rich)
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