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As Panic Sets In: Nebraska Airman saved following heart attack

AMC airframes receive airflow testing amongst COVID-19 concerns

625: Blake Silcott, bio defense project manager with S3I, performs real-time analysis of particles, April 7, 2020, to see how they moved and flowed through a C-130 military transport aircraft located at the Nebraska National Guard air base in Lincoln, Nebraska. The U.S. Air Force’s Air Mobility Command, in coordination with the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, conducted airflow tests on several different aircraft at the 155th Air Refueling Wing to assess measures to prevent aircrew and support personnel from contracting or transmitting the virus while transporting COVID-19 patients.

PHOTO BY: Senior Master Sgt. Shannon Nielsen
VIRIN: 200409-Z-WI371-625.JPG
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NIKON D4

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AF-S Zoom-Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED

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5

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1/80

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2500

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As Panic Sets In: Nebraska Airman saved following heart attack