In a `Galaxy' Far, Far Away

McKenna, Pat
October 1999
Airman;Oct99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p2
Reports on a United States Army military operation in October 1999 which transported a Mark V special operations boat from Norfolk, Virginia, to Rota, Spain, with the use of the C-5 Galaxy cargo jet. Role of the crew chiefs, engineers, and loadmasters; Information on some of the jet's previous operations; Features of the places visited by the crew during their mission.


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