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    Kessel Run's SlapShot Saves Lives

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    On August 23rd - only nine days after the Taliban unexpectedly seized the capital - more than 21,000 people were evacuated in what was also the largest single day airlift in history.

    Gabriel Stines, a software engineer with Kessel Run that works on SlapShot said that there was a brief outage on that day, due to SlapShot accommodating anywhere from 20 to 200 missions. After fixing the outage, which would cause the application’s user interface to take 3-6 minutes to load, he and other members of the Kessel Run team cut those times down to around 3 seconds, saving precious time, resources and lives.

    SlapShot was also being used for passenger manifest, he said, which involved arguably the most difficult part of the evacuation - the logistics.

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    Date Taken: 09.28.2021
    Date Posted: 09.28.2021 13:40
    Category: Package
    Video ID: 815551
    VIRIN: 210928-O-RU378-130
    Filename: DOD_108596210
    Length: 00:01:22
    Location: AF

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