By Marcella Thum
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More than 2,100,000 sengers and 489,000 tons of cargo through which MAC (SAAMs) . pas- — known is its as opposed to no wonder It is most far-ranging called the ''biggest, busiest, is airlift regularly scheduled service, as is Special Assignment Airlift Missions that aerial ports its passenger and cargo terminals. " MAC The Command Center, located in the big, red brick headquarters building at Scott worldwide airlift Center, the operations. commander As Illinois, is part of his in chief of more than 1,000 of the AFB, aircraft MAC hub the morning is for MAC's briefing at the informed of the status belonging to MAC, as well as all missions currently in progress.
When pressure on their oil dropped toward dropsonde unit and orbited, number three engine zero, they got out of the eye at and sought once a pre- number four engine light They shut number four down, finally viously seen 50-mile clear area. Their indicated a faulty generator. all landing safely in Houston, Texas. 59 The MAC Weather Reconnaissance Squadron was not alone in hurricane hunting that day. its eye of that storm. But this is A not Navy DC-121 just also flew into the an adventure story. The data gathered by the aerial weather squadrons showed that Camille was within a day of striking Louisiana, Alabama, and Florida.
For a month, these —although the Air Rescue Service had —cared safety. A The for the injured until success of this first not yet the party could be parachute rescue team proved that a highly trained rescue force could save survivors a plane when was downed. Demonstration of HH-53 helicopter hoist used in rescue operations. 43 After the war, the question arose as to which service should be responsible for rescue operations. Rescue at sea had always been the traditional responsibility of the United States Coast Guard.
Airlift! The Story of the Military Airlift Command by Marcella Thum