AFRC celebrates 100 years of air reserve power with C-130 special missions demo

Major John Gharbi, 53d Weather Reconnaissance Squadron “Hurricane Hunters” navigator, checks the weather during a flight over Maryland June 28, 2016. As part of the 100th anniversary of air power in the U.S. military, members of the media were invited to fly with the Hurricane Hunters and learn about their weather surveillance mission. With ten deployable C-130s, the unit has the only routine aerial weather reconnaissance mission in the world. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Kat Justen)

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