Haiti Relief

A multi-national aircrew from the Heavy Airlift Wing out of Papa Air Base, Hungary, loads a C-17 transport aircraft with aid supplies and equipment coming out of Orebro, Sweden, for its second mission to Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The first load of materials was delivered by the aircraft and its aircrew Jan. 18 to Port-au-Prince?s main airport. The air relief is being delivered in response to a massive earthquake that struck Haiti Jan. 12. This is the first humanitarian assistance operation flown by the Heavy Airlift Wing since it stood up in July 2009. The wing is a multi-national force made up of Airmen from 12 nations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Michael T. McCool)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Michael T. McCool
VIRIN: 100119-F-6264M-001.JPG
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