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352nd Special Operations Group, Air Drop, Mc-130p Combat Shadow, 21st Tactical Airbase

Airmen assigned to the 352nd Special Operations Group, based at Royal Air Force Mildenhall, U.K., remove the packaging from a dirt bike that was aerial dropped during their static line jump from an MC-130P Combat Shadow aircraft during the Jackal Stone 10 exercise in Swidwin, Poland. Jackal Stone 10, hosted by Poland and Lithuania this year, is an annual international special operations forces exercise. Its objective is to enhance capabilities and interoperability amongst the participating special operations forces as well as build mutual respect while sharing doctrinal concepts. The exercise, which is coordinated with U.S. Special Operations Command Europe, includes participants from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Croatia, Romania, Ukraine and the United States.



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This work, 352nd Special Operations Group, Air Drop, Mc-130p Combat Shadow, 21st Tactical Airbase [Image 5 of 9], by SGT Eric Glassey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.22.2010

Date Posted:09.22.2010 15:22

Photo ID:322160

VIRIN:100922-A-#####-028

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:4.77 MB

Location:SWIDWIN, PLGlobe

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