In World War II, the U.S. military pushed cargo out of low-flying planes in order to "airdrop" supplies to troops in remote areas. Years later, the warfighter's demand for airdrops remains, while the method of delivery continues to evolve. Air Force Staff Sgt. Josei Anderson has more.
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