After nearly four decades of dedicated work, one would hope they have left a mark on their work center. One 721st Aerial Port Squadron member has done that and more.
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Airmen of the 721st Aerial Port Squadron broke a new record for the highest allowable cargo load for a commercial aircraft July 27.
“The mission of the 721st (Aerial Port Squadron) Safety Office is to advise the commander and prevent mishaps throughout the squadron,” said Master Sgt. Ryan Armour, 721st Aerial Port Squadron safety superintendent.
Copy, KC-10 coming down in 10 mike. Get a K-loader, crew and stairs to it. Forty cargo pallets to final down range.
The Department of State and Secretary of Defense approved the ordered departure of dependents from bases across Turkey.
Cheers of happiness and celebration filled the 721st Aerial Port Squadron when one of their aerial porters reached a significant milestone in his career Oct. 16 on Ramstein.
Airmen assigned to the 721st Aerial Port Squadron upload a U.S. Army AH-64 Apache helicopter from 3rd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment onto a C-5 Galaxy Aug. 18 on Ramstein.
For most people, weekend mornings are reserved for relaxing, but competition, the sound of aircraft engines roaring and a warehouse full of cargo is how air transportation specialists spent their Saturday morning.
The 721st Aerial Port Squadron and members of the 86th Airlift Wing provided support for Air Force One distinguished visitor aircraft as President Obama stopped on his trip to Kenya July 24 and 28 on Ramstein.