AF Guard Unit Fueled by a Legacy

Members from the 81st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron prepare fuel hoses from an HC-130 Combat King as part of a forward arming and refuel point exercise at Grand Bara, Djibouti on Mar 12, 2015. Providing a FARP allowed several smaller airframes to refuel with engines still running, enabling the aircraft to fly missions almost non-stop. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kevin Iinuma)
Members from the 81st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron prepare fuel hoses from an HC-130 Combat King as part of a forward arming and refuel point exercise at Grand Bara, Djibouti on Mar 12, 2015. Providing a FARP allowed several smaller airframes to refuel with engines still running, enabling the aircraft to fly missions almost non-stop. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Kevin Iinuma)
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