• FORT BRAGG, NC - A lone Soldier from the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command(Airborne) walks back to the rally point after making a successful combat equipment jump from a C-41A CASA airplane onto Sicily Drop Zone here on 27 July.  USACAPOC (A) Soldiers continually conduct sustain airborne training to maintain their jump proficiency in airborne operations.

    "Long Walk Home"

    FORT BRAGG, NC - A lone Soldier from the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command(Airborne) walks back to the rally point after making a successful combat equipment jump from a C-41A CASA airplane onto Sicily Drop Zone here on 27...

  • FORT BRAGG, NC - U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Amanda G. Dodd-Conner collects her parachute lines to store her chute after making a successful jump from a C-41A CASA airplane onto Sicily Drop Zone here on 27 July. She was one of five jumpmasters responsible for sustain airborne training within the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Command (Airborne).

    "Post-Jump"

    FORT BRAGG, NC - U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Amanda G. Dodd-Conner collects her parachute lines to store her chute after making a successful jump from a C-41A CASA airplane onto Sicily Drop Zone here on 27 July. She was one of five jumpmasters responsible...

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