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Staff Sgt. Rob Lummus, 15th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, helps medical professionals from Health and Human Services load baggage on a flight from Dulles International Airport, Washington D.C., to Orlando, Florida, Sept. 9. The mission supported HHS as they coordinate the federal medical and public health medical support to the state of Florida. Lummus' first exposure to a C-17 came when he was 17-years old volunteering during Hurricane Katrina. From Katrina to Irma: Airman driven by helping those in need
Rob Lummus was 17 the first time he saw a C-17 Globemaster III. Volunteering with his local church group to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina in 2006, he would watch them land, one after the other, as he worked at a distribution center not far from an airfield.
0 9/20
2017
Maj. Ron Johnson, 437th Operations Support Squadron assistant director of operations and C-17 Globemaster III pilot, holds Zeus after a Pilots N’ Paws mission to Jacksonville Fl., July 22, 2017. Johnson partnered with Pilots N’ Paws to help take Zeus to a foster family. Pilot volunteers to transport, rescue dogs
As a pilot in the Air Force, it seems only natural to desire to fly on one’s free time. However, owning and using a personal plane to fly dogs in need is a different story.
0 8/07
2017
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