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Snapshot: What goes up must come down

A 60-ton tripod aircraft jack is seated on the right side mid-fuselage jacking point of a C-5M Super Galaxy, June 25, 2015, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. Four 60-ton tripod aircraft jacks at the center and aft fuselage jacking points and two 30-ton tripod aircraft jacks at the forward fuselage jacking points are used to safely raise the aircraft off the ground for landing gear troubleshooting and operational checks by 436th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and 436th Maintenance Squadron personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Roland Balik)

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