Air Force Aeromedical Teams from the 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and the 439th AES complete a training scenerio during a C-5M Super Galaxy AE proof of concept flight from Scott AFB last month. Active Duty, Reserve and Delaware Air National Guard Airmen worked together during the PoC to test the cargo compartment of the C-5M with the goal of establishing the aircraft as part of the universal qualification training program for all AE crews. If approved and certified, the C-5M will have the capability to move three times the current capacity in one mission compared to other AE platforms.
Air Force Aeromedical Teams from the 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and the 439th AES complete a training scenerio during a C-5M Super Galaxy AE proof of concept flight from Scott AFB last month. Active Duty, Reserve and Delaware Air National Guard Airmen worked together during the PoC to test the cargo compartment of the C-5M with the goal of establishing the aircraft as part of the universal qualification training program for all AE crews. If approved and certified, the C-5M will have the capability to move three times the current capacity in one mission compared to other AE platforms. Photo by Joey Swafford
Air Force Aeromedical Teams from the 433rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and the 439th AES complete a training scenerio during a C-5M Super Galaxy AE proof of concept flight from Scott AFB last month. Active Duty, Reserve and Delaware Air National Guard Airmen worked together during the PoC to test the cargo compartment of the C-5M with the goal of establishing the aircraft as part of the universal qualification training program for all AE crews. If approved and certified, the C-5M will have the capability to move three times the current capacity in one mission compared to other AE platforms. Photo by Joey Swafford