Bracing against the rotor wash, the students are able to put their new found skills to use after training during day five of the inaugural air assault class, Sept. 26. The students have been training for the past few days on the intricacies of connecting loads weighing as much as 9,000 pounds to an aircraft hovering just above their heads. The new school, which started this month, offers another way to distinguish and enhance leadership skills for Fort Bragg soldiers above and beyond the traditional airborne skill set the post in known for. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Paul A. Holston, XVIII Abn. Corps PAO)
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