• Sgt. Maj. Brian Card speaks with the crew chief of an Air Force C-130 on Pope Air Force Base, May 25. The paratroopers boarding this C-130 are part of a task force of Army Reserve paratroopers with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Command (Airborne) heading to Normandy, France to participate in Operation Air Drop Normandy. USACAPOC(A) is the only airborne command in the U.S. Army Reserve and has the capability and requirement to be able to respond to any global contingency operation in support of conventional and unconventional forces.

    Getting Ready

    Sgt. Maj. Brian Card speaks with the crew chief of an Air Force C-130 on Pope Air Force Base, May 25. The paratroopers boarding this C-130 are part of a task force of Army Reserve paratroopers with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Command...

  • Paratroopers with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) begin their mission to participate in Operation Air Drop Normandy by boarding an Air Force C-130 Hercules on Pope Air Force Base, May 25. These paratroopers represent Soldiers from throughout USACAPOC (A) which has units stationed in 31 states and Puerto Rico. Operation Air Drop Normandy commemorates the 66th Anniversary of the D-Day Allied Invasion by conducting airborne operations over England and France.

    Ready to Roll

    Paratroopers with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) begin their mission to participate in Operation Air Drop Normandy by boarding an Air Force C-130 Hercules on Pope Air Force Base, May 25. These paratroopers...

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