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STAFF Sergeant Ben Dorsey, USAF, 93rd Bomb Squadron (BS) weapons loader, locks in a 750-pound unguided, general purpose M117 bomb to the internal racks of a B-52 deployed to RAAF Base Darwin, Australia. The B-52 from 93rd BS Barksdale Air Force Base Louisiana will drop its payload of inert bombs over the Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Exercise TANDEM THRUST 2001. TANDEM THRUST 2001 a combined US, Australian, and Canadian military exercise for crisis action planning and execution of contingency response operations. The biannual exercise is held in the vicinity of Shoalwater Bay training area in Queensland, Australia

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STAFF Sergeant Ben Dorsey, USAF, 93rd Bomb Squadron (BS) weapons loader, locks in a 750-pound unguided, general purpose M117 bomb to the internal racks of a B-52 deployed to RAAF Base Darwin, Australia. The B-52 from 93rd BS Barksdale Air Force Base Louisiana will drop its payload of inert bombs over the Shoalwater Bay Training Area during Exercise TANDEM THRUST 2001. TANDEM THRUST 2001 a combined US, Australian, and Canadian military exercise for crisis action planning and execution of contingency response operations. The biannual exercise is held in the vicinity of Shoalwater Bay training area in Queensland, Australia

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Subject Operation/Series: TANDEM THRUST 2001

Base: Raaf Darwin

State: Northern Territory

Country: Australia (AUS)

Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Jessica D'Aurizio, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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15/05/2001
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