Scott Air Force Base and MidAmerica St. Louis Airport both hosted more than 20 C-17 Globemaster II aircraft from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The aircraft and supporting personnel planned and executed flights from JB Charleston to three designated safe locations within 48 hours of notification, a move designed to sustain the wing’s airlift capability. Photo by Senior Airman Melissa Estevez
Scott Air Force Base and MidAmerica St. Louis Airport both hosted more than 20 C-17 Globemaster II aircraft from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The aircraft and supporting personnel planned and executed flights from JB Charleston to three designated safe locations within 48 hours of notification, a move designed to sustain the wing’s airlift capability. Photo by Senior Airman Melissa Estevez
Scott Air Force Base and MidAmerica St. Louis Airport both hosted more than 20 C-17 Globemaster II aircraft from Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, in anticipation of Hurricane Florence. The aircraft and supporting personnel planned and executed flights from JB Charleston to three designated safe locations within 48 hours of notification, a move designed to sustain the wing’s airlift capability. Photo by Senior Airman Melissa Estevez