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Interior view of an aircraft from Zantop airlines, ready for take-off, with high priority cargo designated for delivery to a military installation. The aircraft is part of an air-cargo system called Log Air, operated by private airlines under contract to the Air Force

Priority cargo is loaded aboard an Electra aircraft from Zantop airlines, for delivery to a military installation. The aircraft is part of an air-cargo system called Log Air, operated by private airlines under contract to the Air Force

Air cargo and aircraft support facilities on the ice near McMurdo Station in Antarctica. The facilities house operations support for cargo and personnel flights arriving from Christchurch, New Zealand, during Operation DEEP FREEZE 2001

US Navy (USN) Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) return home to Naval Station (NS) Norfolk. Nearly 260 members of NAVELSG returned to Norfolk after deploying to provide combat service support through logistics port operations in Kuwait and air cargo handling operations in Iraq in support of the global war on terrorism (GWOT)

US Navy (USN) Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) are welcomed home to Naval Station (NS) Norfolk. Nearly 260 members of NAVELSG returned to Norfolk after deploying to provide combat service support through logistics port operations in Kuwait and air cargo handling operations in Iraq in support of the global war on terrorism (GWOT)

Fairbanks, Alaska, Aug. 7, 2013 -- Air Cargo is the only method of transport for goods, supplies and tools to reach the disaster communities and provide the residents with recovery measures. FEMA is working through the State of Alaska to ship critical supplies to those who are in need of disaster assistance. Adam DuBrowa/FEMA

Galena, Alaska, June 12, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the villages, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Galena, AK, June 13, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the village, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Galena, Alaska, June 12, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the villages, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Galena, Alaska, June 12, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the villages, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Galena, Alaska, June 12, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the village, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

Galena, AK, June 12, 2014 -- FEMA logistics is underway moving millions of pounds of building supplies, and tools to inner Yukon villages by air cargo because there are no roads. After severe flooding in 2013 inundated the villages, FEMA continues to rebuild during the summer months, coordinating shipping of supplies, labor and resources. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA

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