Maryland Task Force 1 strives for seamless operations with Team Dover

Senior Airman Scott Lunn, 9th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, keeps watch on the bottom of a 53-foot trailer as it slowly goes up the DAMAS 26K loading ramp and into the cargo compartment of a C-5M Super Galaxy Oct. 18, 2016, on Dover Air Force Base, Del. The loading ramp system known as DAMAS 26K which stands for DOMOPS Airlift Modular Approach Shoring, can be set up by two to three individuals in 14 minutes and was used by the Montgomery County’s Urban Search & Rescue Team during this training event to validate loading procedures and ramp configurations specific to their vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik)

PHOTO BY: GS-09 / Roland Balik
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