Kentucky Air Guard supports aeromedical training

CINCINNATI, OHIO -- A loadmaster from the Kentucky Air Guard's 165th Airlift Squadron gives a pre-flight safety briefing at Lunken Airport here Feb 11, 2010, just prior to an aeromedical training sortie. The mission, which will take place in the skies over southern Ohio, is the capstone experience for six Air Force medical personnel participating in a two-week Critical Care Air Transport Team training course. Ground training and simulated-flight training are conducted at the University of Cincinnati, one of four Air Force Centers for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills (CSTARS) nationwide, but the final day of instruction is provided during actual flight. The Kentucky Air Guard began providing C-130s to use as a CSTARS training platform in 2009. (U.S. Air Force by Maj. Dale Greer)

PHOTO BY: Maj. Dale Greer
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