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SLINGLOAD DUST

SLINGLOAD DUST
Army Sgt. Darryl Wright, right, and Army Pfc. Brandon Verano wait for the dust to settle after hooking up a water buffalo to a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter to practice slingload operations on Fort Jackson, S.C., July 13, 2014. Wright and Verano are guardsmen assigned to the South Carolina National Guard's 351st Aviation Support Battalion.
U.S. Army National Guard photo by Capt. Jamie Delk

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