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A Secret Service driver discusses vehicle loading operations with SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Phillip McDonald, 93rd Aerial Port Squadron.  The men are taking part in VOLANT SILVER, a joint Military Airlift Command/Secret Service operation coordinating vehicle transportation and Secret Service protection for Pope John Paul II while he visits the United States

A Secret Service driver discusses vehicle loading operations with SENIOR MASTER Sergeant (SMSGT) Phillip McDonald, 93rd Aerial Port Squadron. The men are taking part in VOLANT SILVER, a joint Military Airlift Command/Secret Service operation coordinating vehicle transportation and Secret Service protection for Pope John Paul II while he visits the United States

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: VOLANT SILVER

Base: Andrews Air Force Base

State: Maryland (MD)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Dave Mcleod

Release Status: Released to Public
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10/09/1987
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