A Bundle of Joy

Rescue Reservist Tech. Sgt. Michael Fuller, 920th Rescue Wing Life Support Technician, assembles a four-wheeler quad bundle at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., to ready it for airdrop from an HC-130P/N Extended-Range Hercules aircraft. The quad will deploy along with pararescuemen (PJs) from the back of the aircraft as part of pararescue jump training. PJs train extensively using a variety of equipment to for rescuing isolated personnel behind enemy lines during wartime. Sergeant Fuller and other life support personnel like him, are vital in readying life-saving equipment. Each quad bundle takes approximately 4 hours to build. (U.S. Air Force Photo/1st Lt. Jaime Pinto)

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